Emma said: "I turned to dating sites after divorcing my husband in 2013.
"As I travel a lot with my business, I'm never living in the same place for very long, so being able to travel with a bit of company seemed really appealing to me.
"My friends and family are super supportive of me using the site, as they all consider me to be quite youthful, and they can see how much fun I'm having." Paige Berger, spokesperson for Miss Travel added: "The appeal of Miss Travel for wanderlusts such as Emma is the simplicity in which you can find a travel partner.
"After we enter adulthood, it becomes increasingly difficult to find friends or romantic partners that are able to travel on the same schedule as you.
A DIVORCEE who only goes out with rich men says she has travelled the world thanks to lavish dates – costing £10,000.
Emma Rogers, 45, from Miami, in the US, claims rich bachelors pay for her flights, accommodation and shopping sprees so that they can enjoy her company on dates.
Out of the 140 million tax returns filed in the United States every year, about 1.4 million make an adjusted gross income of over 0,000 a year.
Now imagine if there were 1.4 million undead zombies roaming the country. Most would agree that a top 1% income is rich wherever you live.
Given it is one of our mantras to always describe ourselves as middle class, being called financially average is a blessing.If there's one thing I've learned from the fabulous young women in my office, being single these days can be tough - especially since anyone can pose as someone else through the anonymous magic of Internet dating sites.There's the awkward silence when you find the young wealthy jetsetter you met online is anything but, the blind dates with all the "nice young men" your mom knows, and the realization that you may be better off with a DVR and a couple of cats than you would be with any one of the people you've gone out with recently.Dating can be especially hard for those professionals who work long hours to make big money and move up the career ladder.Not only does this lifestyle leave little room for socializing, but many of the single and ambitious complain they have trouble meeting people with whom they share professional goals. What if the answer is the real estate agent's maxim: Location, location, location?