I'd Rather Be Working

Everyone knows that I'm a workaholic. Since my return from Europe I've spent hours upon hours working. Which, for most is normal, but seeing as I have two months off of work every summer, I could definitely be doing a lot less. No matter how much work I do, I have this annoying habit of always telling myself "you could have done more," which makes intentional time off both a necessity and a chore. This summer, though, I've been in overdrive with school just around the corner, and have been trying to suppress the stress of a massive writing deadline this fall (yikes!). I am so excited to completely overhaul most of my school curriculum. I'm really happy with how my first two years of teaching

Ben & Erin Wedding

Picture this: rolling hills lined with rows of glistening green vines, framed by a flowing white wedding arch. The sun was shining and the setting was perfect. All eyes were on the action happening on a small, wooden stage, perched atop a hill looking over the vineyard: the marriage of Ben and Erin. I had been looking forward to this wedding weekend for almost a year. Ben and Erin approached me last fall with an amazing vision for their special day, and I couldn't help but feel extremely grateful that they chose ME as their photographer. I ended up being able to work with Ben and Erin twice before their wedding day, which really helped us learn about each other and figure out how we all work

Back At It

I'm sitting at a Starbucks in Dublin on a Saturday night. It's not exactly where I want to be, but I'm in the city until my flight tomorrow morning (Sunday). Me and my friends have gone our separate ways, and here I am, trying to catch up on the work I've put off for the past three weeks. I have a wedding to finish editing, school work to start planning, and of course copy to write for the book project I'm working on. So, THIS IS THE HIGHLIGHT OF MY TRIP. FUN. Diving back in to the ordinary, the flow of life, is really hard for me. It's hard for me to get out of (flashback to sleepless nights pondering work), and it's hard for me to get back into. You know me; I LOVE to work. I love drowning

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