My Busy Season Was October

Y’all, October was crazy busy, but in a good way. I finally have a system down where I’m not glued to my computer and I’m able to do all the things I want, including family time, fun nights, cooking, and workouts (beachbody is my favorite). It includes waking up at 5am, but to be off in the evening with my kiddos and husband is worth it to me! I kicked my coffee addiction for good now. I never thought I would say it’s been eight weeks since I stopped consuming cups of coffee a day. Energize is my go to drink in the morning now!

I added up the other night how many weddings I edited in October, and it was 30! Phew! My average catalogs are 500-1000 images. I always put my images edited on my monthly tracker along with images sent. Here’s the official stats: Actual images edited: 16,229 out of 18,105 sent. The images not edited are anchor images sent to me so I know exactly how that photographer wants their photos edited.

October was my busy season. But I checked tonight, and I already have edited 15 weddings in November. So move over, October. November may be busier! 😉

I had a fun mom’s night out the other week out to eat with my good friend (aka partner in crime) and the we joined a group of friends for Painting with a Twist. This was our group that went together. We made up about 1/3 of the class that night! It was fun! I’m the 6ft1in giant in the back row. 😃 These are just mobile pics. 🙂

I can’t say enough how incredibly thankful I am to be able to do all.the.things. and still be able to be there for my family, take care of my health, cook yummy meals, and work at home. This is crazy and I’m blessed. It’s all because of wonderful clients like you!

I only have two full time spots left for 2018, for two wedding photographers who edit in Lightroom, looking for someone to be on their team. Check out my website for more details and send me an email. I’d love to hear from you! 🙂


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