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There is a lot to be had when you spend the day off of work and off of social media. I decided to partake in the International Women’s Day by avoiding work, shopping and social media. So I filled my day with a 4 mile cross country run in the morning with my dog. Baked cupcakes to give away. Cleaned out and re-organized my fridge. (there was no where to put the cup cakes, it was a must!) Cleaned my kitchen and the floors. Cleaned my window seals watched Moana and helped Adam catch a hurt Robin bird in my back yard which resulted in both the bird screaming and then me screaming. There were no causalities (I’m talking about myself here) and the bird is in safe hands at the theÂ Lindsay Wildlife Hospital where he can get fixed up and hopefully set free again. Let me tell you, that drive to the hospital was very nerve racking! All I could imagine was this wild bird getting out of the box it was in and hopping around my car while I’m screaming and driving on the freeway. The drive home was less stressful.
Below you can see images of my cupcakes! They are a butter sponge cake with a lemon curd filling. Raspberry cream cheese frosting and sugar flowers I molded myself!
2017 is about mind body and soul for me. My goals this year are (continuing) to take care of all three this year. This includes in paying more attention to my future financial stability which involves in paying extra on my mortgage every month as well as investing the max amount of what both Adam and I are able to invest in our IRA’s each year. Sure it might mean less money now but later in life when I’m older I will be more financially secure. A wedding photographer doesn’t get a pension when they retire and I may not be able to work forever. Now that I’m in my 30’s it seems as though this needed some extra thought and planning for the best success possible!
Focusing on my body. I have been pretty good over the last 3 years. I’ve lost about 30lbs and am considerably stronger! Â Focusing on my body from the inside out is a high priority for me. Watching the types of foods I eat. Working out whether its’s running, doing yoga or lifting weights. paying more attention to my skin. I’ve decided to spend less money on makeup and invest more in skin products. The nicer the skin the less makeup we need right?! And I love products as well as photographing them so this is kinda an added bonus for me.
My soul. I’ve decided to take more time out for myself to practice meditating and reading. I listened to a lot of audio books last year but I didn’t get to actually read as many books as I would have liked. There’s something about using your eyes to take in the story. Creating the personalities of the charactersÂ in your head all while in a really comfy area of your house. My computer desk working on photos isn’t necessarily the most comfiest area to take in a story. Saying more no’s to make room for the important yes’s.
These are some of the personal things I’ll be working on during 2017. I thought I might blog about them every once in a while too. Share the foods and the products. Maybe even some of my workouts. =) Could be fun! We can start off with some of the new products I recently got at my last trip to Sephora. Farmacy Beauty. I was browsing around the isles when the large bottle of the very well packaged Honey Potion caught my eye. It’s aÂ warming face mask that looks like honey in a jar! It’s supposed to be super hydrating and sinceÂ I have dry skin to begin with, during winter months the more hydrating the better! I wanted to try it but also wanted to try some of their other products as well so I got the gift set. Â I’m super happy with the products. makes my skin feel moisturized and soft. The products are a little wax-y. when I put on the Sleep tight It felt like I was putting Vaseline on my face. Adam even mentioned that I was “shiny” when I came out from the bathroom. I was a little worried it would brake me out but it didn’t and in the morning it was all absorbed and my skin felt so nice!
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From her bubbly personality to her amazing heart, she is one of the most beautiful souls I have ever met. She carries herself with grace and this amazingly calmÂ demeanor. He looks at her with passion and would do anything to make her happy. A gentlemen himself adored the true meaning of their wedding and to celebrate with those they loved. Â This stunning Grand Island Mansion Wedding Is one to be cherished for a lifetime. I did miss the motorcycle though!! Wink winkVenue, Catering, Desert, Coordination-Â Grand Island MansionÂ
D.J- Terry Newberry, Cinematography- Eventfilming,Â Beauty- I got your pretty
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San Francisco Bay Area Wedding Photography by Nicole Blumberg
A sneak peak of this insanely elegant Kenwood Inn And Spa wedding.