If I was still photographing weddings, yesterday would have been my 14th anniversary. It’s crazy to think I photographed my first wedding over a decade ago. It’s also crazy how much my life has changed since then.
The whole thing, paired with other things I’ve gone through over the last fourteen years, has made me realize that having a plan for your life is good, but holding tight to a plan isn’t always good. I think one of the best parts about life is how much it changes and sometimes turns out even better than you could imagine, I know mine has.
So if you’re thinking about things you “should be doing,” “should have done,” or “wish you had done,” I want to remind you to not get too caught up in the “should haves,” but embrace the “ares.”
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