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April Goals

For Creatives

April 11, 2016

I cannot believe my “off season” is officially winding down! April is a time for me to spring clean in both life and business, and prepare for the upcoming wedding season craziness. I am so thankful to be starting my 2nd wedding season in Wisconsin with an absolutely stellar line of up of couples. May […]

March 25, 2016

  As you all know, I love me a good podcast (you can find a list of my favorites here). They are such a great way to enrich your day, and the topics are endless. As much as I love to listen to podcasts about ancient history, or Gilmore Girls, while I’m working I try […]

February Goals

For Creatives

February 1, 2016

February, how are you here already?? It’s time to celebrate anniversaries and love this month, yay! January wrapped up pretty nicely! +entered & prepared 2015 taxes (yay) + painted our bedroom Benjamin Moore Gravel gray and made a new headboard + Wrapped up all my 2015 Phoenix Boxing Day sessions, now to blog them! + […]

January Goals

For Creatives

January 13, 2016

At our Milwaukee Tuesdays Together meeting yesterday, we discussed our 2015 goals and how we reached them and what we plan on dreaming up for 2016. I have to say, as much as I have wanted to sit down and really write down my goals (rather than them being all over my brain all the […]

October 12, 2015

In the spirit of building a strong community of creatives, I thought I would start sharing some of the tools I use daily in my business. I wanted to start with the biggest one, my amazing studio management software powered by Pixifi. It’s my all in one virtual assistant and I don’ t know how […]

September 1, 2015

Confession time, I’ve never done a bridal show. I’ve always entertained the idea of doing one, theres nothing wrong with them, but I wanted to find a show that was a good fit. I knew I didn’t want to do a huge show, I wanted to be able to talk to brides without all the […]


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