Not too long ago, I sold $100 worth of our daughter’s baby gear in one weekend, so my husband and I could afford a date night out. The stuff held sentimental value, but it was…
Phyllis and I deep dive into our past selves, our unique struggles with worth, and how self-discovery and our unique friendship has allowed us to grow and support each other in coming back to confidence when we’re feeling challenged.
Judith Richmond will help you on the path of owning your WORTH. Judith is one of our ’empty-nester’ Momtographers who reflects back on her experience raising her two creatively wired boys. She talks with us about how her own self-worth was affected along the way, and why it’s led her to want to give back in a big way.
Through her photos, she will inspire you to treasure life’s ordinary moments. When she is not taking photos, you can find her homeschooling her five kids. I know you’re going to absolutely be inspired and hopeful after listening to her share about her personal projects and imaginative approach to picture taking.
Dayna and I chatted about how the more we talk about these truths, the deeper a connection we can make with our communities and with ourselves.
And we talked about how when we learn to embrace the things that make us and our children different, we are granting ourselves permission to show up in life with more creativity, curiosity, and imagination.
Natalie and I chat about her process and the world of fine art photography. We talk about what happens when you step out of your comfort zone, use your imagination, and step forward with a healthy dose of patience and consistency.
In today’s episode of Capture What Matters, I’m talking to Valerie Schoenfeld, a mom of three who decided, at seven months pregnant with her third baby, that she was ready to start a photography business.
We’ll not only look at her journey through the lens of her business success but we’ll also explore her surprising realization about how a camera could bring a more meaningful connection to her family, as well as the unexpected desire she discovered for self-care.
Then one day I had the idea to try a little experiment. What if instead of rushing straight from work to daycare, I took myself out to coffee and journaled for 10 minutes before moving on with the rest of the day?
Those after-work coffee dates were exactly the reset button I needed.
When I took those 10 minutes of creative connection, I was able to show up for everything and everyone else with more focus, energy, and attention.
And the same thing is true for today’s guest, Tammy Blefeld.