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My Not-So-Secret, Guilty Pleasure

One of my guilty pleasures as an interior design photographer is getting a glimpse inside other people’s homes. Call me crazy or even creepy (I promise I am not :)), but I have always been so fascinated by design and what makes someone’s house, a home…to them! For most of my childhood, this fascination stemmed from...

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    The 7 Best Podcast Episodes for Beginners

    I first came across podcasts about 2 years ago and it was a world I knew nothing about. Since then I’ve subscribed to 20 podcasts and listened to thousands of episodes. They are the first thing I pop on when I do chores around the house or when I drive somewhere in the car. There’s...

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      Three books that every creative entrepreneur needs to read!

      A couple of years ago, when my YouTube obsession was just getting started, I remember hearing Shay Carl say that he reads books because “Successful people read books,” and he wanted to be successful. That may or may not have been his exact quote, but the lesson remains the same. To be successful, you must...

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      • Omonivie OkhadeReally enjoyed Big Magic, and Girl Boss is on my list!ReplyCancel

      Why Blog?

      I remember sitting on my bed in my parent’s home in early 2009, frantically searching the internet for a support system. My boyfriend had recently enlisted in the Army and we began talking about marriage. I didn’t know the first thing about the military or what being married to someone in the military would be...

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      The one question I never know how to answer

      There’s a funny question that I get asked quite often. And it’s not funny because it’s a strange question to ask, it’s funny because I truly don’t know how to answer the question. When people ask me how long I’ve had my photography business, I laugh a little. You see, there wasn’t a defining moment...

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      • KelliI love this! It is so true! Photography is something that we continually grow and learn in!ReplyCancel

      • Laura MatneyCongratulations on an exciting journey!ReplyCancel

      • Heather Kirtland GerkinSo true! I love your response! I liken it to people asking me how long a painting takes me. :-)ReplyCancel

      • Justine HwangI totally hear you! My first “business” moment was advertising and selling hand made cards and hand made “rubber stamps” made out of styrofoam meat trays to my Grade 4 classmates, advertised in our class newspaper, back in 1986. And there have been many moments since then of “already living the dream” :) Thanks for sharing it’s really about the journey!ReplyCancel

      • Rosaura UnangstTRUTH.ReplyCancel

      • Sarah Olsen PotterLove this! Such truth about our journey! ;)ReplyCancel

      • ColleenI struggle with this as well.
        “I was creating the foundation for where I am today…” Can i just say how much I love this?ReplyCancel

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