“Focus on revealing what you already have.” Simply put, isn’t it? But we can so easily get caught up in all that we think we don’t have. All the we think we need. And that then becomes a very, very slippery slope of ‘what if’s’ and ‘should have’s’. Focus on right now, and what you can do right now that you enjoy, that makes you happy. It doesn’t have to be complex, but you should really do it because it […]
Well, not completely. I’m about 90% recovered. And I’m faced with a Monday that I can get back on track with – again. It always feels like I’m starting over. I guess I should be used to it by now, having done it so much, it seems. Maybe it’s an incremental growth. I keep taking these teeny tiny little moves forward and though at times it may feel like I’m being blown all the way back to the beginning, in […]
“When I grow up I wanna be happy.” Doesn’t that sound simple? And I think it’s true. The crux of what we all want, going back to when we were children. As a child, you lived entirely in the moment. You were either happy or sad and generally you were trying to do something that made you happy. Run. Play. Jump. Eat. And if someone (a caring parent or friend) got in the way – you didn’t comprehend the why […]
It’s Monday. Again. Funny how it – Monday – keeps coming back. Keeps offering second and third and zeentheenth chances. Start again, ’cause it’s Monday and a new week and the Sun is shining.
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From a recent #PhotoShoot: The lovely Se’lah Genesis | Keep Ya Head Up Someone asked me my advice on getting started in photography. Me. And while I’ve been shooting a few years now and I’m proficient in what *I* do, I’m still not there yet, you know? This advice sounds pretty good. I should take it. If it comes to making photos, I say the biggest thing to finding your voice/style and getting ahead in photography/building a career, is to: […]
Do not give up, the beginning is always the hardest.” A road block. A stop sign. A do not enter. Private property. Signs trying to convince you not to start. Start anyway.
“Sometimes, you need to step outside, get some air, and remind yourself of who you are and who you want to be.” – Anonymous This is what I am doing. Right now. Reminding myself of all the things I am. Remembering what it is I love. And getting back to really doing it. Who are you? Who do you want to be?