Food for thought on picking friends, lovers, or business partners: They say it's better to read a person by their actions and not by their words, but no one ever really explains why. The reason why you want to read a person by their actions is because it shows who is really in control of their life. People who say they hate partying and want to be successful and yet are seen at the club every weekend spending all their money are people who are not in control. Their cravings control them. People who constantly say one thing and do another let the things they crave, their ego (the kind of person people think they are), and other elements such as that, run their life. These kinds of people can hardly be expected to be a good friend, lover, or business partner because no matter how good their intentions are for you, they are not the ones in control of how they treat you. This does not mean they are bad people, just trapped people. Look for the people that do what they say they are going to do. The ones that are consistently setting goals and reaching them. The ones that are honest even when it's tough to be honest and do so in a kind way. The ones that motivate you and inspire you for your sake and not theirs. These are the people you should keep your eye out for. And when you find them, hold on with everything you've got 💫
On a second note Happy Birthday to this awesome human: @nikkiblackketter
Go send her some birthday love 🎉
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Overflow of happiness because it’s finally the weekend (for me) 😭❤️
It makes it so much easier for you to get an amazing headshot when your photographer models exactly what they want you to do.🙋♀️📸 Hi! I’m Casey Jade... this photo is of me this morning taking headshots at the Tenacious Queen Incubator in a ballroom at @themiragelv. 🙌👑 These women are all learning how to value themselves higher and get where they want to go in their businesses. To get there, they needed amazing headshots and I am honored to have been the artist they chose.💃 How are you valuing yourself??
Born on Wednesday February 20th, 2019 | 7:30 PM ...I met the Jamroz family when they were about 12 weeks pregnant, and they've asked me to capture their journey. At their maternity session I could see how much love they had for this little one. And being able to capture the birth, well let me tell you, was amazing.
The first photo really says it all, the joy from Dad, the loving look he gave mom when he caught little Mila. And the joy in grandma's eyes just peeking over the shoulders.
I cannot wait to share more of their birth story as it truly is an amazing one!