Posts with tag: "Inspiration"
Accepting Your Story-Living Life with our Negative Labels
Thursday, February 11, 2016
Accepting Your Story-Living Life with our Negative Labels

One of the hardest things I have done in my life, is to accept my story.  Own up to it.  Really learn that it’s mine, and also learn how to tell it to others.  It’s scary.  I mean, you are basically telling people times you screwed up, fallen, and ultimately looked like a failure.  You are laying yourself out there, and hoping the people who hear it, read it, don’t kick you further down.  You are hoping that maybe just one person connects with it, and you give them hope along the path of accepting theirs.   Most of my life, I have always heard that I’m crazy.  I’m out of control. I have a bad temper.  It goes on ...

New year New Goals? My thoughts on how to keep up with those resolutions.
Thursday, January 07, 2016
Accepting Your Story-Living Life with our Negative Labels

It's a new year and you are feeling invigorated to start some new goals. You want to repaint the house, lose 20 lbs, take piano lessons, recover that old chair and volunteer more! Sounds amazing right?! The new year promises the gift of a fresh start and how to get your goals in motion.  But what happens when January 1st comes and goes?Did you know that 92% of people who make New Years resolutions don't continue them?  According to statisticbrain.com only 8% of Americans are successful in achieving their resolution.  Many of these resolutions center around self-improvement, weight, and money.  Why is it that such a small percentage actually acquire these goals?  I ...

How to choose your special location for your portraits.
Monday, October 26, 2015
Accepting Your Story-Living Life with our Negative Labels

It's no secret. I'm a photographer.  I don't need to tell you that. I also know that you know about 15+ other people who are photographers. And this is not an exaggeration.   It's not a secret, you want to get photos that capture who you are, and creates a moment that you will forever cherish, and forever remember.  Whether it be one year old portraits, family portraits, or what I specialize in, High School Senior Portraits, you want them to be memorable.  So why does it seem like an over whelming fear of PANIC sets in when you hear the photographer ask, "Where do you want to take your photos?".  Over the last 15 years studio portraits have had a ...