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Why I don’t think I am vulnerable for sharing my life on social media

I feel like I need to say “nooooo” to people when they call me vulnerable or brave for sharing on social media!
I totally don’t see it that way…. TO ME, vulnerability is sharing gut-wrenching emotion
in front of another REAL human. Human to human.
Not human to a device. Human to human vulnerability is REALLLY hard for me sometimes.
Vulnerability is different for everyone! So, its not hard sharing my life on social media, not at all.
I feel like I freely share on here because I don’t care what people think of me, my life, or my marriage etc. because I KNOW the truth of those things. I am solid in the truth of who I am and how I live my life
that I put It all out there knowing I’ll receive criticism and judgement,
but more so hoping for love and support hahaha.
I think I’m different in that way, so that’s why I share…. because its easy for me to share so freely, I should use it!!
Also, anything I share is after I’ve come through it. I’ve dealt with it already so that I’m not fragile
with peoples opinions or judgements.
To share while going through deep shit, is definitely a different ballgame!!

 

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Dylan and Marisa

ahhhhh my first “styled shoot” ever! Its only taken me 9 years:)

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Kevin + Taylor = Baby Sims

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My Favorite Human to Photograph: Gus

Gus is my FAVORITE person to photograph- but soon his little brother Archie will grow up and I will have to have an equal amount of photos of each of them in future blog posts haha:):):)

This was such a hilarious moment about the reality of stay at home moms: ) Stickers on her face!!
I was in awe of Kelly the entire time- and I have a massive appreciation to all mothers-
but especially mothers with 2+ kids hahaha

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Zion National Park Wedding + Mike and Jenn

Oh lord this wedding was perfect.
Mike and Jenn wanted their wedding at Clear Creek Ranch to be simple:
partying in nature with their closest people.

I LOVE that they trusted me about adding in buffer time into their wedding timeline!!
We scheduled the First Look at 2pm with the ceremony at 5pm.
On paper that looks nuts! 3 hours for photos?!?!
No– what it means is that there is an hour of “buffer time” in case things run late….
And they did!!! The First Look actually happened at 3pm,
but we were all able to relax and have a great time taking portraits in Zion National Park,
prior to the wedding at 5pm! It was perfect!! Being “an hour late” didn’t matter
AT ALL because we accounted for that in the timeline already!
I would guess 80% of wedding timelines run late…
But if you expect it and account for it, you will remain stress-free on the wedding day!
This is the most important advice ladies!

And…I shot this wedding by myself and I am So Proud of it: )

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