The words, “I’ll do it in the off-season”, or “It can wait” have become all too familiar…
That editorial shoot keeps getting pushed back, your portfolio hasn’t been updated since last season and you haven’t submitted a wedding yet this year.
Those late night editing sessions are draining you and all those items on your to-do list are still unchecked.
The reality? You know these are the very things that you need to be doing to get your art out in the world …
… but, they’re usually the first to get pushed to the bottom of the list because life just gets busy with all the things you need to get done. I totally get it!
I know you didn’t begin your photography journey to be stuck behind a computer screen day in, day out!
You are first and foremost an artist, so things like …
Editing, Blogging, Submissions, Album Design
… Are time-consuming, overwhelming and can weigh you down.
Even 5 hours a week spent on your must-do list adds up to 260 hours a year. Being able to free up that time in your schedule, creating some breathing room would allow you to get back out shooting or spending some much overdue time with family and friends.