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There is no right or wrong

I’m working on a behind the scenes post about my workflow and as I’ve been screen capturing the things thatView full post »

Blogging tips for new bloggers

Blahhhh. Blogggg. Ha! I was going to write out a post about how I prewrite and schedule ALL of my posts in advanceView full post »

Two weeks in | a self employment update

Today marks two weeks since I left my full time job and so far I think it’s everything I thought it would be…View full post »

Book Review – Worth every penny + The glass castle

I finally bought a kindle just a couple of weeks ago, and since then my love for reading has come back in full force!View full post »

For photographers: figuring out your brand

Let me just preface this by saying I’m nowhere near an expert on branding. I’m not even close! But I doView full post »

tips for balancing your day job and a photography business

Like everything else in life, working a full time job and trying to start a photography business is a delicate balancingView full post »

A peek at my showit site!

So if you follow me on Facebook or twitter you might have seen me hint that I’m rebranding! What started as just theView full post »

Big plans and a feature!!

Hey! I just wanted to say thank you for all of the support I’ve received over the past couple days. All of yourView full post »

My big news

For the past week or so, I’ve been somewhat annoyingly hinting all over Twitter and Facebook about some reallyView full post »

Kelly Moore B Hobo bag review

Gee, the title of this post couldn’t be much more obvious, could it? Unforunately, I’m on a little bit tooView full post »

For Photographers – Branding tips!!

So where we last left off I explained how important branding is, especially for new photographers. Now I want to shareView full post »

For photographers – Va business one stop

This post is more for Virginia photographers (or business owners) than people in other states. It also mostly applies toView full post »