One of the greatest challenges to new and seasoned business owners alike is the struggle of finding a sense of balance, a concept so many people will fight for years to establish. If you’re desperate to find harmony between spending time with your loved ones and running a successful business, you are SO not alone! Balance is something that will come in highs and lows like waves and there are so many little things you can do to be prepared to ride it out successfully! This is one of the most common issues and it’s important to remember one thing along the way that could change it all for you…you became your own boss for a reason, it’s time to start treating yourself better and be the best boss you’ve ever had implementing more balance in your life and business today that will leave you feeling less guilty and more productive!
WAVES OF BALANCE IN BUSINESS
Hi pals! I'm Amanda Hedgepeth, a wedding photographer living in the beautiful Outer Banks of North Carolina! I'm a mother of two little girls with a third little girl due this Christmas Eve (December 2015!)...we have a full and happy house of all things pink and girly! I'm also a wife to an amazing and supportive man I married just five years ago on the beach in Nags Head. My business and my family have quite literally grown together, the first wedding I ever shot on my own I was pregnant with our first daughter..and I finished that wedding season shooting at around 37 weeks pregnant. As Cammy grew, so did my style and business. And then, my family grew again when I shot my third year in business pregnant with our littlest, Ellie and then again this past year with our third daughter! Although it's not easy, I've been balancing business and family together and figuring it all out as I go along! There is nothing I love more than spending time with my brides and grooms on the biggest days of their lives and then coming home to that salt air of the banks to my growing little family!
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