Happy February, Friends!
Chrissy here. Well, confession time. Januarys are hard and our (well, my) goals were slightly over-zealous. Good to know and helpful for future goal-setting. While it can be tough, I like being humbled, so I admit to you that I did not successfully complete all of my goals. We did do well on some, though, so we’re excited to celebrate the little victories 🙂
The quote above is such a refreshing one to me. It is so easy to get caught up in comparison, in the “what’s next,” in fear. It’s sadly hard to remember to just soak up the beauty around you and receive the moments you are given now as precious ones. There is always more to do, ways to grow, and things to expand your life and business. I am striving to thank God for each day that He has given me and being thankful for where He has me now, instead of yearning for something else.
January was a month filled with books read, training, candles, tax education, Wedding Collection revision, connections with other local photographers, cleansing, baking, the addition of many new clients, and for me – completing my study on the Song of Solomon. It was a busy and fun month, and we look forward to all that February has to offer!
Chrissy + Eddie
++ The Irvins ++
Record all mileage and expenses from 2012
Meet with a tax professional
Website remodel – start brainstorming, map out the new look
Send out agreements and welcome notes to all of our lovely new couples!
Go to Disney World together!
Continue to wake up earlier every day until 7am becomes the norm.
Plan for our first Styled Shoot in early Spring
Shoot our first wedding in Nashville
Post Winter Sessions on the Blog
++ Chrissy ++
Stick to my training schedule, run at least 4xs a week, add 1 mile per week for long run
Run my first Half Marathon in Disney World! The Princess Run 🙂
Read: Love Does by Bob Goff
Photograph our new packaging and do a blogpost on it
++ Eddie ++
Fly Tricopter with a camera on it!
Write more music and settle into a schedule with it
Keep reading like a madman on the Kindle (thanks to the public library’s ebook collection)
Finish the Song of Solomon Study