My last spring break was for SURE the best one! Traveling with my best friends to Charleston, South Carolina was an absolute dream! I wasn’t planning on sharing this on the blog initially, but it was just such a fun trip with so many great memories that I wanted to write everything out before I […]
One day I was scrolling through Instagram when one of Caroline Logan’s photos popped up in my feed. I’ve been following Caroline’s work for awhile now and admire her beautiful work and the way she runs her business so much. I decided to look on her website to see if she had any sort of business mentoring available, and in the process of doing that, I came across her workshop! As I skimmed through the information about it and saw there were still spots available, I immediately called my parents to make sure they were cool with it if I skipped a couple days of school to go. My parents, being the incredible people they are, were totally on board and encouraged me to sign up right away!
Brighton & I are SO excited because I just finished completely REBRANDING!!! I’ve been hard at work completely redoing my logo & website so it’s more aligned with my vision for my business going forward!
I wrote this post my freshman year of college when I was in the midst of a season of pretty severe anxiety. Since I published it on my old blog which doesn’t get used very often, I thought I would move it over to this site. It’s still so relevant, and I still need to be reminded of the things God was teaching me back then.
I have absolutely loved my time so far in college, but I must say, it’s brought some not-so-positive characteristics of mine to the surface. Characteristics that weren’t so noticeable in high school have been intensified in college, probably brought on by the lack of sleep and way too much caffeine. I sometimes find myself impatient, judgmental, apathetic to the struggles of others, and many other things I don’t want to admit. God in his grace reveals those things to me, leading me to repentance, but I’m still not proud of those ugly parts of my heart.
About a month ago, my photography professor assigned us a project based on the New York Times’ “One in 8 Million” series. He encouraged us to find someone with an interesting story to tell, photograph them, interview them, then put it all together into a short video.