Category Archives: By State

This Saturday, please shop small or local! I’ve been passionate about ambitious small-businesses and dedicated entrepreneurs ever since becoming a small-business owner myself. What brought it home for me was exploring and developing a relationship with the fellow small-businessses off-the-beaten paths (from Virginia to Alaska!). There are too many awesome local shops and small-business to […]

loading...

I finally–and bravely–attempted my own maternity portraits, and at 35 weeks!!! I knew I was delaying it as much as possible, perhaps because I enjoy being behind the camera more than being in front of it. My friends were puzzled why, considering of all the mommas out there, I would be the one who was hesitant to […]

loading...

Friends, I deeply apologize for not posting in a long while; it’s unusual for me. Last month has been a joyous yet trying month! Between third trimester discomfort to a brief trip back to my hometown in Northern Virginia, this lady was one exhausted, happy momma. Only the beginning of parenthood right? I’ve been very blessed with […]

loading...

And so it begins! In the next few weeks, my blog will feature my family’s 10-day cross-country road trip from Georgia to California that took place last month. If you feel out of the loop, check my “We Made It To Southern California!” blog post announcing our arrival to California in the eyes of my Instagram feed. As mentioned in […]

loading...

Meet my awesome neighbors. Well, technically they were my neighbors in Columbus, Georgia until we moved to Southern California last month. They were my last Georgia portrait session before my family hit the road to our new life in Southern California. The wall that divided us in the building we lived in didn’t stop us […]

loading...

Last year, around this time, I ran my first marathon, the 52nd Equinox Marathon in Fairbanks, Alaska. A few days later, I dedicated a blog post sharing my experience. Although I written about my experience, I realized I had more to share about the reason why I wanted to run it. A few weeks later, I posted […]

loading...