So as I am about to type up my this years 2018 resolutions when I see my 2017 resolution draft!!! Like, what!? I never ever posted that??? Umm.... is that a sign of how well my 2017 resolutions turned out? haha!! Below my 2017 --->
well 2016 turned out pretty well with my photography resolutions!
I completed a beautiful lifestyle in-home session!!
Photographed adorable Cohen within his first 48hours of birth!!!
OH and I am onto my second boudoir special for the 2017 year!!!
2017 here is goes...
1. More lifestyle sessions! In-home if possible! (CHECK that off!!)
2.lifestyle of more baby's birthdays or first 48hours (UMM 2 births for 2017! YAY! Check,check.)
3.Bring back the magical quality of my photography that first inspired me to major in this art form (ohhhh no!! :( not so much check)
So, not too bad on my 2017 resolutions I'd say. I like to post every year my photography resolutions. Now with 2 little ones at home my photography life and family mix, A LOT. So thats the base of my 2018 NEW YEARS RESOLUTIONS!
1. set a schedule and stick to it for:
-all the rest FAMILY TIME!
This means lots more time with the girls and less time worrying if I replied to an email or message on my phone! It going to be tough, but it needs to be done! (5AM here we come!)
2.Add doula services onto my Birth Sessions!
I have been saying it since Georgie was born, I want to be a DOULA!!
...SOOOOO book your Birth with me and I will teach you how I gave birth with no pain! You heard me, no pain. Birth isn't something to be feared! Birth is normal, natural, and safe! ..And that's the secret society tries to hide from us women. We are powerful! #normalizebirth!
3. Capture an Adoption Story! of course I am going to love building up my birth portfolio but I really want to document an adoption story. From start to the day those proud parents get to hold their little treasure!
4. Capture a Home Birth!!
5. IN PERSON SALES!! Every.single.year. I start out doing this, but then I give up! Come on Destiny, you can pull this off this year!
5 goals, not so bad. Not so bad she says... we shall see!
Kansas Photographer, and teacher inspired by birth, imperfections, giggles, thrift shop treasures, & acts of randomness