Tis the crazy season for Colorado wedding photographers, and this has been one of the busiest on record. It's a season I adore, yet if I'm not careful, an entire summer can blow by like a gust of wind, leaving my life windblown.
Last year was one such season. I was so twitter-pated by wedding season that I missed out on exploring life with the man of my own dreams. I was busier than I had ever been, and loving life. Midway through the season, I started mourning the adventures that I was missing out on in my own life, and decided to re-evaluate the pace I was keeping.
Love is important to me. I'm almost embarrassed to say that out loud. After all, love is a vital part of who I am and what I love about weddings, and during the last wedding season, I neglected cultivating love with my own family.
I decided to be intentional about protecting the time that I spend with my husband, and in turn, creating creative space that allows me to bring my very best to every. single. wedding. I believe we can have anything we want, but not everything. Setting boundaries is helping me to have exactly what I want and crave in life. I hope it will inspire you to do the same.