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For Business Owners: Two More Gmail Hacks

I’ve written two other posts with Gmail tips and tricks already (you can view them here and here, but Gmail is such a powerful tool, I’m always learning something new I can do with it. Both of these tips I’m about to share with you guys today have been game changers for me, so I […]

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Finances for Photogs Part 2

I’m sure everyone has their own way of doing their finances, but I remember it being somewhat confusing when I first started, so I thought this was a good topic and a great follow up to my last post about setting goals! I definitely recommend that everyone work with an accountant if possible, but I […]

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For Photographers: Busy Season Survival Guide

It’s that time of year again! Busy wedding season! Without fail, October rolls around and our calendar is jam packed with weddings and sessions. It’s only the prettiest time of year, so it makes sense that people naturally want to do photos now. My first couple of seasons I struggled with making busy season manageable […]

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Winter Workshop Announcement

I am so excited to announce the next workshop to you guys today and officially open registration! We’ll be hosting the third edition of the Katie Nesbitt Workshop in Richmond, Virginia on 12/06/15!  These workshops have been such a fun thing for my business! I love being able to share what I’ve learned over the past […]

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For Photographers: Rainy Day Weddings

With a hurricane coming this weekend and the uncertainty of the weather during the Fall wedding season, I thought this post would hopefully be timely and helpful! Shooting on a rainy wedding day is never ideal, but they’re still do-able. I know I stress less if I have a plan in place to tackle it, […]

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Finances for Photogs #1 Setting Goals

I’m a planner at heart, and goals really make me feel happy inside. I love a good spreadsheet or two! When I took the business full time three years ago, my goals were something that helped it be so much less scary! Having set goals helps you gauge your success (in more tangible ways than […]