As I am sitting here this morning with my little cup of java, my son playing on the floor with his cars, and listening to ‘Rehab Addict’ on HGTV playing. I find myself dreaming of my future photography goals. Is it wrong that I keep wanting to dream BIGGER and BIGGER ??? I think NOT! The way I see it… The moment I stop dreaming and setting goals for myself. Then I STOP growing as a photographer and as a human being. I believe that we all should always dream and set goals in life. It’s what keeps the fire that burns in us all. So why not dream big?
As 2015 is coming to a close I realize I haven’t set any goals for 2016 and that I must do that now! So here are just a few things I WANT to achieve in the year 2016. ❤
JUST SOME OF MY DREAMS + GOALS FOR 2016:
- Wake up everyday being thankful I get to do what I do.
- Make sure every client who comes my way is treated with the love and respect they deserve.
- Book and capture 15 weddings in 2016 !!!
- Capture another wedding in Kitty Hawk, North Carolina at the ‘Kitty Hawk Pier’
- TRAVEL out-of-state of Virginia to capture at least 1 or more weddings !!!
- Save up for and go to the next ‘Creative at Heart Conference’ ❤
- Enter in 3 more photography contests with pride!
- Save up for and get my dream camera The 5D Mark lll
- Add to my camera lens family
- Continue to challenge yourself everyday!
- Blog at least 3 times a week.
- Challenge yourself by going to more photography workshops.
- Capture a ‘Trash The Dress’ session in a wedding gown.
- Set up a ‘Stylized’ shoot with local vendors in the Hampton Roads community !!!
***Most Of All*** Remember to enjoy the ride! Thank our Lord daily for these blessing and clients who trust in you. Remember to challenge yourself. Remember to take time for family because they should always come first. Remember to thank your Husband each day for always being your biggest supporter and friend in this journey of life.
NOT MATTER WHAT NEVER GIVE UP! PUSH. FIGHT. LOVE. CREATE. AND ENJOY THE RIDE OF LIFE.
A wedding I was blessed to capture in Iowa at the beautiful The Brenton Arboretum.