How to Be Your Own Cheerleader in Life

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Not all of us are lucky enough to have a support system of people who love us and are there for us during our darkest and happiest moments. Some of us are alone with only ourselves to keep us going. Whether by choice or circumstance, being your own cheerleader in life is a daunting task… Read more »

Questions to Ask Your Boudoir Photographer

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Deciding to book a session with a boudoir photographer is nerve-wracking and exciting. Intimate portraits can be intimidating, but asking the right questions can help you feel more comfortable and ready for the experience! Here are a few questions you should ask your boudoir photographer to ensure you are confident and know what to expect…. Read more »

4 Ways to Start Prioritizing Self-Care

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In today’s world, self-care is often left on the back burner. Our busy lifestyles make it difficult to prioritize time for just us. Self-care means listening to your body, taking moments to check in, intentionally tuning in to the thoughts going on in your mind, and challenging your behaviors and belief systems if things feel… Read more »

Common Myths about Boudoir Photography

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In the modern era, boudoir photography has evolved into a movement championing women’s empowerment, liberation, and independence, but it hasn’t always been seen in this light. There is a growing separation from its origin of sexual intrigue to vulnerability and showing natural beauty. Boudoir photography is continually moving past its historical stigmas, but if you… Read more »

How to Not Lose Yourself in Motherhood

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They say it takes a village to raise a child, so where are the villagers at? Being a mom in the 21st century can feel like a truly isolating experience, especially during a global pandemic. We are social creatures by nature and instinctively rely on others for support and encouragement, but in today’s age, we… Read more »

How to Feel Comfortable and Confident in Front of the Camera

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Whether you have a scheduled photo shoot or a family gathering where lots of pictures are bound to be taken, it’s common for people to experience some camera shyness. This shyness is usually sourced from a lack of self-value and inner confidence. You might feel like you’re not worthy of the attention and prefer that… Read more »

Top Tips for Your First Boudoir Session

Top Tips for Your First Boudoir Session

So, you’ve finally mustered up the courage and booked your first boudoir session. Congratulations! There are many excuses people tell themselves as to why they shouldn’t try boudoir photography, and it takes a lot of self-love and confidence to finally make the decision. Here are a few tips to help you prepare and feel confident… Read more »

Simple Ways to Feel Confident in Your Body This Summer

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As the weather begins to warm up, we get excited about all the outdoor adventures and opportunities during the summer months. From days spent at the beach to outdoor patios for lunch, the long, hot days ahead are bound to be fun. With warmer weather comes fewer layers of clothes that protect us from the… Read more »

How to Make EVERY Body Feel Included through Boudoir Photography

How to make every body feel included through boudoir photography

People with marginalized bodies rarely make it into the spotlight, and when they do, they are usually exploited to benefit the media’s twisted perception of them. When we see plus-sized bodies, it’s when they are a “before” photo. When we see Black bodies, they’re often highly oversexualized. When we see bodies with disabilities, it’s depicted… Read more »

4 Reasons to Spend Money on Yourself

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From a young age, it has been instilled into our minds that saving money is always better than spending it. If you spend your hard-earned money on items just for yourself, you are told that you are wasteful and frivolous with your cash. Yes, it is important to save your money for rent, bills, and… Read more »