If you didn’t already know, last year I started a YouTube channel. (That’s actually the reason I’ve been behind on these blog posts.) If you’re not really into YouTube (I wasn’t until I started my channel), I’ll let you know that there are certain “clichés” that you’ll hear in the YouTube community. One of them … Continue reading Why You Should Celebrate Small Victories
The short answer to this question is: Yes. You can travel with debt. Perhaps the correct question should be: “Should you travel with debt?” I’m not a big finance person, but I do have personal experience with this since I have debt, but still make it a priority to travel. I thought the easiest way … Continue reading Can You Travel with Debt?
A few weekends ago, I had to go down to Jacksonville, Fl to visit family. Even though I wasn't feeling great, I've made it a goal to bring my camera with me everywhere. I didn't have any specific plans of what to shoot, but I knew I needed to get to the beach. In the … Continue reading Getting the Shot – Sunrise
Find your inspiration series: If you’ve ever looked up the Twitter hashtag #GrowingUpAverage , you’d be reading about my life. I’m not complaining about my childhood by any means, but there is nothing extraordinary about it. I was always expected to follow the rules and play it safe. While I wish I could say that … Continue reading Let Them Laugh
As someone with a regular 9-5 job, routine can get to me. It feels like a real life version of the film Groundhog Day. The alarm rings at the same time every day. I take the same route to work every day (although I try to change it up from time to time). I leave … Continue reading 5 Ways to Find Inspiration
Growing up and maturing is obviously something that is necessary as a part of life. We can't be kids forever (though there are some people who don't ever get that memo - but that's an entirely different topic). There is one thing, however, that tends to get lost somewhere along the line of adolescence and … Continue reading Microadventures – What They Are and Why They’re Important
Not to date myself, but my first cell phone didn’t have a camera. Those that did were amazing and “luxurious.” It didn’t matter that it was three megapixels and you could barely make out what you were taking pictures of. It was crazy to think you had a camera at your fingertips all the time … Continue reading Phone Cameras – Resist or Embrace?