Cheers to 2019

December 31, 2018


Happy New Year Everyone!!

As we head into 2019, I want this year to be a year of intention. I know that’s easy to say on the first of January when everyone is excited for a fresh start. And while it can be challenging to remain as focused as the year goes on, I think that’s when it’s most important to be intentional. To be self-aware enough to acknowledge where you’re at, assess what needs to change & create a plan of attack to get you back on track.

I read a quote that my dear friends posted this morning & I think it’s the perfect reminder that while certain circumstances are beyond our control, we do have a choice in how we live the life we’ve been given

“The best way to predict the future is to create it.”

Abraham Lincoln


So my intentions for 2019 are as follows:

  • To grow

  • To overcome

  • To be more kind

  • To be more forgiving

  • To be less reactive

  • To be more patient

  • To learn to let things go

  • To be more grateful

  • To be less pessimistic

  • To be less emotional

  • To stop taking things so personally

Sometimes I just need to take a breath, be present enough to address why I’m feeling the way I am & adjust my perspective. And I don’t mean just sweeping the way I feel under the rug, but rather, I need to learn to move forward & not harbor frustration, anger or resentment.

What are your intentions this year?

Let’s do this 2019!!

  1. Allie says:

    1) Patience. With myself, Michael and others. I’m pretty awful regarding this.
    Love you Tiffany. Happy New Year to you and your Michael.

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From the delicate details, to the fleeting moments, to the candid expressions, my number one priority as your wedding photographer is to create imagery that takes you right back to how you felt in that exact moment.

Through intentional composition, I strive to zero in on the moments you likely didn’t even notice. Memories are so much more than details … they’re feelings. With every click of my shutter, I want to bring your vision to life while allowing you to be deeply present.