In my last post I mentioned that I love my job. And I do. But that doesn’t mean it’s easy. I’m not on the other end yet where a lot of people I listen to talk about, Like @jennakutcher “I left my corporate job and now I make 6 figures running my own company.” I’m at that part where “I left my school teacher job and now I don’t make any money!” Haha I’m laughing, but inside it's tough. I’m so grateful to have a husband that is supporting me in this crazy dream of mine to be and entrepreneur and have our own company together. I’m so grateful to have family encouraging me. I’m thankful to be shooting several weddings in the next couple months and to hopefully have more work soon. There’s so many lies I battle everyday. Thinking, ok, I have my Masters degree, I’m almost 30 (wow that’s terrifying to admit) and I’m making the smallest income of my life. I started working when I was 14 years old as a lifeguard. But I’m here to remind myself, and you if you need it, that our worth doesn’t come from money. I told myself before I started all this that every part of what I want to do is for God’s glory, and that’s more important to me than money. It’s been so weird to go from working with hundreds of people a day and literally having 10 bosses telling me what to do, to seeing sometimes only 1 person a day (my husband) and being my own boss. I realized I’m not always the best boss to myself- too demanding, harsh and critical but I’m working it. I’ve been taken anywhere from 1 to 5 classes a day almost every weekday for the last 6 months to learn more about business, photography etc. and I know I’ve grown by leaps and bounds but there’s so much more to learn. I’m so grateful for this opportunity and I’m working my butt off and praying for good things to come! This is scary to share... and one day I hope to be at the other end but want to share honestly now too. Can you relate to anything? Would love to hear from you!