I've been gone for a month! WHAT? Where has the time gone? Why does everything just move so much faster in the Summer? I hit the ground running when we got back from New Orleans with a bunch of different projects and am struggling with the balance thing. Oh, the balance thing. That said, today is a Holiday Monday here in Ontario and I'm having one of those days where I feel so grateful that I get to live a life where long weekends are irrelevant. Working from home can be filled with pitfalls (so much mom guilt, so many yoga pants) but it is also a lifestyle that affords me dizzying freedom and creative outlets of every kind. Right now, I wouldn't trade it for anything.
So, what have I been up to? Other than staying up way too late and obsessing over this Jay Z video?
I had the opportunity to work as a Staff Photographer at the Toronto Jazz Festival this year. So much fun, you guys. So much fun. You can see all the pics here.
I've been continuing my jazz writing as well, over at Torontoist.
I had the absolute pleasure of getting to know Nicky and Art and shooting their wedding photos. I love shooting weddings. It's a lot of responsibility but there is so much inspiration there and I get such a thrill out of getting to know my clients, especially during this special time in their lives.
I've been keeping super busy with my Social Media clients and invite you to follow The Tim McCarver Show on Twitter and Facebook and Butterball Canada on Twitter, Facebook and Pinterest. If you're curious about some of the other projects I've been working on in this area, let's hook up on LinkedIn.
So, the moral of the story? I love ALL of my jobs! I'm so grateful that I get to wake up every morning and have breakfast with this girl before I make the commute upstairs to my home office.
I've got a lot more that I want to talk about coming up including some great recipes, great shopping and great reads! I've also met a few new babies (there will be pictures) and The Robeau's record is almost done so there will be a lot to share about that. You know, with all that spare time I've got.