You know what ‘they’ all say…take care of your skin, you’ll regret not wearing that sunscreen when you get older, wash your face before you go to bed. What do ‘they’ know anyway??? Apparently a lot and as it turns out, I’m a ‘they’ now. Oh, if only my twenty-something self would’ve heeded the advice of the ‘theys’ 15, even 10 years ago! Today on the blog I’m sharing my (humble and non-medical) opinion on self care and my go-to skin care products for my mid-30s face!
Picture this: collaborates with Nashville fashion blogger, Caroline, with Polished or Not, spends over two hours walking the grounds of Hewitt Garden Center with endless creative freedom and gorgeous natural lighting you can’t live without. This, my friends, was yet another amazing opportunity I had to shoot with someone new, make beautiful photographs, and make a new friend. #Ilovemyjob Continue reading “Green House Photo Shoot with Nashville Fashion Blogger”
Summa, summa, summa time!! Now that summer is officially here I’m already thinking of what Brooks and I can do around the Nashville area to make these next few months fun and memorable during our free time together. I’ve got a running list of a few local and day trips that are kid friendly, and I thought it’d be fun to share them here with you, plus a free template for your very own summer bucket list! Continue reading “Summer Bucket List – Free Template”
We say Happy Memorial Day without a real thought into the meaning of the holiday weekend…or maybe that’s just me. Even being a military wife for 6 years, from time to time I say the words without the realization of it’s true meaning and if it is, in fact, a ‘happy’ memorial day to all.
Do you remember it? The hope, endless possibilities and excitement for what lie ahead. Whether it was high school or the college days the anticipation for graduation was such a special time in the lives of hopeful seniors. A few weeks ago I got together with my beautiful neighbor for a special golden hour portrait session. Continue reading “High School Portrait Session in Nolensville”