Lately I have become really thankful for the hour a day I have been spending working out because it is helping me stay focused and keeping my stress level low. There is a lot happening in my life right now so those low stress levels are very important!
Next week, expect my photography blog to be flooded with work. I am going to spend tonight and most of Sunday loading in shoots from the past few weeks. It is imperative that I get them blogged now because the rest of spring is packed with portrait sessions (and a boudoir party)!
In other news, Bobbi from Ready to Blog and I are hard at work getting this blog design perfect before officially announcing the launch and moving on to rebrand my photography site! (Ok, she is really doing all the work)!
John and I are planning to travel to North Carolina this summer and we are currently getting some final details together for our trip. We are also thinking that a trip to Savannah, GA may be in order this summer. That will all have to wait until after tomorrow though because at 8AM tomorrow morning, John and I are taking a four hour drive to Tallahassee to pick up my brother from Florida State University. After a day of driving, I have an 8AM photo shoot planned for Sunday morning but that evening, I will be loading images in my photography blog while rewatching Orange is The New Black for the umpteenth time. (I can’t wait for June 6th)!
Be sure to check back early next week for the new completed blog design but in the mean time, here are some things that I have loved from around the world this week:
I hate, hate, hate what is happening over in Nigeria but I am happy to see that people are not allowing it to continue. People across the globe are spreading awareness of the mass abduction of more than 200 young girls in Nigeria and are demanding that something be done about it. You can help spread awareness by sharing #BringBackOurGirls on social media. You can also sign this petition at Change.org and write to our world leaders to demand they bring these girls back home.
Global protests over abduction of Nigerian schoolgirls
Why the World Is Finally Talking About Nigeria’s Kidnapped Students
After public outcry, the White House announced Tuesday the U.S. will send a team to Nigeria to help find the hundreds of abducted schoolgirls who’ve been taken by terrorists.
On a Lighter Note
If this doesn’t put a smile on your face, I don’t know what will.
Do you want to go to Starbucks?
The Internet Being Awesome
Let’s take the sexism out of headlines!
Have a great weekend!
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