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Opportunity for a photo shoot

Nov 25, 2015 | Featured, Life & Business, Personal - development | 0 comments

December/January of this year was energetically difficult for me. 
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Coming off a high in November where I had been focusing on a goal for a few months (placing Top 5 in a Pro show; international show none the less!), the following weeks left me…..empty.
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I didn’t feel like I could step back into a rhythm with my growing business team. I felt disconnected with those around me and more importantly, with myself. 
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With the new year starting, I had goals but wasn’t motivated. No motivation to be productive, eat well, or workout, let alone lead a group of business professionals. I felt like I was carrying a ton of emotional weight. I lost my passion. (Anyone else relate?)
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I was in a funk and needed to get back in touch with me. I found myself following my heart.  I was compelled to shoot with a woman who did storytelling with her photography. I struggled with going ahead with it, as it seemed selfish and pointless. I made arrangements anyway. 

I do find it stressful preparing for a shoot, but once I’m there, I’m in the zone. It’s like meditation for me, where I am alone with my thoughts and I can be quietly creative and let my inner voice speak. 
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I had an opportunity to shoot with Lynn Dao of Highline Images in Phoenix, AZ in January. What an experience. ❤️ Although physically demanding, I found it cathartic & peaceful at the same time. 
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I haven’t felt comfortable enough to share them until now. More to follow….
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