It’s been some time since I’ve sat down to write a post without much knowledge of what I was going to say. The last month or so has been wonderfully hectic – our trip to New York, a family trip to Florida, many new clients, and the start of (what I can only hope is) my last year of classes. During our trips, I went online for maybe five minutes a day, long enough to respond to any urgent emails only. Funny how difficult it is now to get back into the swing of Real Life, and how much incorporating leisure time online seems just out of reach.
Because of this, I’ve been putting a lot of thought into my online presence lately, and the lack of time I have to adequately keep up with this blog. In just a week, I’ll be shooting my first wedding. There is so much joy and anticipation wrapped up in that very defining event, although I feel quite confident that I’ve built up to it in the right way. I have so much left to do in terms of building though – not only a style and experience, but also the business side of things. What I’d like to do, I think, is eventually integrate everything into one website – have a more organized approach to entries, with less wedding and food blogging, and more of the most important things, posting personal, travel, and Anni Cee photos in the same blog, with the occasional text entry updates as well. I hope that will bring a little more care to my photography blog, which I think is lacking, and that I’ll be able to focus more on having a clear “feel” to it.
I also want to put my all into a few projects that I have up my sleeve – I’m in the early stages of putting together a boudoir marathon here in Chicago (and will need a model for a free mini session, please let me know if you’re interested!) and I’m finally taking a real French class that has been quite the treat.
I’d love to hear all of your thoughts on this — I love keeping up with everyone on here, and I do value your opinions!