My interview with LadyT
Last Wednesday was March 17th which as everyone knows is St. Patrick’s Day, our Irish national holiday (and also one of my favorite days of the year!) As my regular readers already know I’m Irish through and through – no really - I was actually born there and lived the majority of my life there so it really is a special day for me!
Anyways, I just thought I’d let you know that I spent this glorious St Paddy’s day morning being interviewed on Blog Talk Radio on “For Powerful Women Only” about Adapting and Changing (to my life here in the US) and entrepreneurship and all sorts of other chit chat. The interview was such fun and was with Lady T “The Business Coach for Moms.” She an awesome coach! Even through the course of the interview, she was able to pull out of me some really interesting and thought provoking insights. Being a work from home/homeschooling/ mom of 5, she knows a thing or two about all the trials and tribulations that moms have while endeavoring to run a business. I am, as ever, a huge fan of hers and recommend her highly.
So, if you are interested in finding out a little about me and my background you might want to give the interview a listen here
And don’t forget to check out LadyT’s blog here for really awesome tips for women starting their own business.
A little late but none the less – Happy New Year!
So how many of you got a new digital camera for Christmas? Judging by my inbox – a lot of you! That’s my excuse for not being blogging as much lately. I’ve been out helping my clients around Atlanta get to grips with their new DSLRs. It’s been great fun but I just realized that I had gone a month without posting here and I’ve been neglecting my readers. So from now on I promise to write more regularly, with more tutorials, recommendations, reviews and all round great photography advice for beginners and anyone else who wants to listen!
So for this post I’m just going to try to encourage you to get out and start shooting and make 2010 the year when you really learn how to move out of Auto mode, get creative and really master your camera. I’m planning on learning a few new techniques myself and I’m challenging myself to improve my skill set to bring my photography to the next level. So let’s learn together – it’s always more fun that way, isn’t it?
If you are in the Atlanta area and would like to book a One-to-One private instruction lesson with me email me for my availability and more info at firstname.lastname@example.org