Hey, I’m Liz!
The most important part of what I do is telling your love story on your special day. I don’t just show up to your ceremony. I want to know the you beyond the camera so the photos I deliver are keepsakes that’ll be with you for decades. Your love story is the best inspiration for photos that last for decades.
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I’m honestly shocked at how quickly April went by. I know I say this every month and every year but dang!! May is about to be NUTS! I have a wedding or event every single weekend this month. I will also be in the Louisville area every weekend this month. I’m about to be doing a lot of driving and a lot of shooting. I can’t wait! Because of my packed May schedule, I’m going to be keeping my May goals a little more minimal than I did for last month. I don’t want to overwork myself and am practicing emptying my plate. If you want to read more about how I’m doing this head over to last month’s #livingyourworth blog.
So let’s get started…
That’s it. Now I know….it seems like a lot but it’s totally doable with some patience and time management. So how will I get it done?
There’s only one thing on the list for personal goals this month and that is going to the gym at least 3 times a week. I started PWR at Home from the Sweat app last week and am loving it!! It’s so much more fun than BBG and I don’t feel like I’m dying the whole time. Want to learn more about PWR at Home? Head here: Sweat App-What is PWR at Home
I’ve also made myself a promise. If I complete on one full month of PWR at Home then I’m going to buy myself a fancy new set of workout clothes. I haven’t decided which ones yet. Which workout clothes do you recommend? Leave it in the comments below.
So that’s it. Aside from trying to get as much sleep as possible and still hanging out with friends, that’s my plan for this month. I think it’s very doable. So far I’m really loving these #dear(month) posts. I think writing out my goals and then checking in mid-month is really helping to hold me accountable. It’s also helping me to not feel so overwhelmed all the time.