Thoughts from my head and Samm Blake

I went to see Joanna Brown and one of the things that she said to me (she said many – more on that to come) is that I should read this article as she thought that it would resonate with me.  Well, I did and well, it does:

What I have to say by Samm Blake for the Define Journal

Not only is she talking complete sense but it is like she is talking directly to me.  I am struggling a bit at the moment with keeping up with my part time photo job at the university, my blossoming business and also some quite/me time not to mention time with loved ones.  I havn’t been to visit my Grandparents for waaaaaay to long and this need redressing.  Also taking the time to create for creating’s (is that a word?) sake is something that has not been a time priority recently which it should be.

I like this quote from the article:

–  Your imagination is like a muscle that needs a constant workout routine to stay in optimum shape. You cannot just decide to run a marathon tomorrow. You need to train for that. For months. Vigorously. View your imagination in the same way. When was the last time you took your imagination on a 5k run?

So true, changes are coming I think…….

ps.  The photo at the top of this post is from Rob and Lucy’s wedding.  I LOVE it because is full of apprehension and anticipation in the nervous moments leading up to her wedding.

pps.  I realise that this is similar to this post a little while ago but I guess that these topics are on my mind at the moment and I really just want to be the best that I can be and a bit of soul searching is never a bad thing!

ppps.  ALL of the articles from The Define Journal are worth reading – get lost in them for a while.


  1. Ashley Moore -

    It’s very true that your imagination is a muscle… I know I often get caught up in the craziness of life and don’t slow down to take it out for a spin.

    The Define school might be exactly what I’ve been looking for to stretch and push myself to improve my photography! Thank you for the link!


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