Must Have Lenses for Bloggers Everyone told you to buy a nice camera. That nice camera was supposed to solve all of your problems, right? You’ve taken a few pictures and they haven’t turned out as good as you’d hoped. Well, don’t despair my fun, creative friend. The problem is they only told you have […]

3 ways to get out of the writing rut. It is getting to be summer and the thought of staying in doors and writing for your business may get you down. Well, my friend, let me help you get out of the writing rut and back on the road to feeling like a writing wiz. 1. […]

In home session with Randi Garrett Design. If you haven’t heard of Randi Garrett Design, you should be.  She is one amazing and talented woman.  She is also my sister-in-law.  Whenever we get together, I get to capture her amazingness.  This is her home, her real life home.  It always looks this amazing and so […]

The 50 mm 1.2 L lens is my go-to lens. I use it on 90% of every session. It is ideal for portrait shots. It is a little pricey, so I recommend the following lens for beginners: the 50 mm 1.8 (it comes in at $125 and it is worth every penny). It is a […]

5 tips to better pictures for your blog   One of my favorite clients and sister-in-laws is Randi Garrett of Randi Garrett Design.  She is beautiful.  She is talented.  And she sure knows how to take an amazing picture.  Here are my 5 tips to better pictures for your blog . 1.Good lighting.  Almost all good […]

How to create a blog schedule in 5 easy steps! I know what you are thinking: A blog schedule in 5 easy steps? No way! Well, my friend, I say, “yes, way!”. Remember my goal for you is to simplify writing for the creative mompreneur, like you. So, step back and be prepared to be […]

Hey Friends, 3 Reasons you need a blog? The Great Blog Revival starts today! Lesson 1. So, I know what you are thinking.  You are a creative, not a writer.  You don’t have time to blog and who even knows what to write about.  Well, I am here to tell you that YOU are a […]

Growing up, our Sunday dinners were very home-grown. I grew up on a ranch so our beef roasts came from our cattle, our peas and new potatoes came from my Grandpa Ray’s garden and my mom made homemade rolls. It was all very traditional except for our salad. I love Asian food and always have. […]

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