I would say one of the most emphasized aspects of education in our home is creativity. I highly encourage the arts on a daily basis and as such, our children are always creating. Whether it’s with building blocks, cardboard boxes, costumes, or pretty much anything they find around the house, they come up with some awesome widgets. Today, I wanted to get in on the fun! Continue reading →
It’s a pretty cool thing when my husband and I get to cross creative paths. It happens more these days than ever before. We are officially both full time entrepreneurs which means the hours get long and the work is plentiful, but the passion is at its all time highest! …for our work, of course 😉
After doing his headshots, I thought it would be great to show you a few of the different poses that can be done. Below are some sample ideas for how to pose men in a studio setting. It’s best to take portrait shots from direct eye level or above. A combination of seated and standing poses will serve your client well. Also feel free to use props that are relevant to their industry, and have fun!
Pierre is in marketing and just launched his new daily podcast – Spiritual Entrepreneur – for the career professional transitioning into full-time entrepreneur. It is chock full of tips, secrets, interviews, and motivation. You can catch it on his website, Soundcloud, iTunes, and Stitcher. He rocks, if I do say so myself. And I do. Often. Continue reading →
If you’ve been believing for the fulfillment of a biblical promise for any length of time, it’s possible you’ve hit the wall of frustration. You’ve sowed your seed, confessed the scriptures, fasted and prayed, praised and received by faith, but nothing seems to have changed. Your situation looks the same, if not worse. At that stage, I have a question for you.
What do you want more, the promise or the person? Continue reading →
The past couple of days the world has been divided over a seemingly insignificant issue – the dress. A Scottish girl posted the photo of the garment on Tumblr because it was meant to be worn for a wedding and all her friends were disagreeing over the colors. Everyone was vehemently convinced what they were seeing was the truth, so the dress quickly went viral. All day I was seeing it in two different color combinations, so I thought there were two different pictures. Then I took a screenshot of it in one color, but when I looked at it later it was another. At this point I assumed it was an animated gif that was changing somehow, even though you can’t screenshot animation. When I showed it to Pierre later that evening, we had a full on disagreement about what color it was. We were both looking at the same exact picture at the same exact time. I thought he was joking. How could he possibly see something so different? Commence “Dressgate”. Continue reading →
I asked my husband to do a Marriage Q&A video with me and used social media to get questions for us to answer. We waited until the kiddos were in bed and started recording. The whole thing seemed to go off without a hitch, until I checked the camera and saw that it wasn’t recording. I reviewed the footage to find that it had stopped less than a third of the way through. Now we had to answer the questions all over again. This time I stopped to check after a couple questions, and saw that again my camera had stopped recording – the card was full. So by the time we actually got through all the questions we had answered them several times (never as good as the first time, of course) and were pretty delirious. Then Continue reading →