Here’s what workplace transparency really means—and why it matters to the long-term health and wealth of your business.

If you’re always exhausted, in pain, and dissociated from the world around you, you might be a spoonie. And you’re not alone. Today, I’m almost out of spoons. So here’s a photo of me from Thanksgiving—a “plenty-of-spoons” day. I wanted to infuse my kitchen with GOOD ENERGY, so I wore my handmade apron from 42

Before you wax poetic about brand archetypes: Carl Jung did NOT invent them. The true story is so much better…

Being “dramatic” doesn’t mean you’re not in real pain. Here’s how to process the question, “Am I depressed or just dramatic?”

My divorce is devastating. But I find power in the past. And I embrace a future that promises: yes—there is hope after divorce.

When I finally got diagnosed with ADHD, my entire outlook changed. But the journey that got me there was full of shame and anxiety.

Couples spend exorbitantly to have a “perfect” wedding. But what does that mean, exactly? A wedding photographer looks for answers in this viral Huffington Post editorial. What, precisely, is a “perfect wedding,” anyway? In what has become a quarterly ritual, I submitted a selection of wedding photos to a well-known wedding magazine. They were all weddings

Save time, tears, and money when you nix these wedding myths and throw the party of your dreams. I love weddings. Weddings were the soul of my work as a photographer. But they’re also the foundation of a multi-billion dollar industry rife with questionable traditions and irrational expenses. Before you dive into wedding planning, here