I have now lived in London for two weeks, it feels pretty good and pretty bad sometimes. I’m getting used to that in the bathroom there is one tap for cold water and one for hot. I don’t find gluten free liquorice in my supermarket and I hear English words that I have no clue what they mean. After I did my internship in NYC I notice people are nicer here when it comes taking the underground. No screaming or random people starting to sing. I didn’t mind when it was someone that could actually sing.
I got a job straight away, so every morning I read business books on the tube (I commute 45-55 min to work), I listening to podcasts and I write down ideas how I will grow my business. I did a schedule yesterday how many hours I can put in, in my business and it was little bit hard because I don’t know my work hours yet. I don’t to lose motion, I want to grow!
It feels nice to start getting a feeling how my days will be. I’m off today so I’m happy to read my books, watch some shows and just think what next step is.
I feel this pressure to keep going at it, learn new things, adapt and be even better for every photoshoot that I have. It’s a good kind of pressure because it forces me do keep moving and learning. It’s very cool when I work with photography the time just flies, I work hard and sometimes I get so inspired so I get little bit scatter and multitasks but most of all I love what I’m doing. Most of all I love to get to know my clients. I hope they feel the same for me that I do for me – I see them as friends that I care about and they have hired me for their biggest day! That makes me even more encouraged to take the best pictures for them!
It’s so beautiful to see how everyone is different but love is always something that combine people. Loving someone is not always easy but is it worth it? You bet! This world need more love! People that doesn’t give up and fight for each other and what the best for the person they love! I read a blog today about a woman that is afraid to lose her husband. I totally get that. We don’t know when it’s our last day and we have to make the choice to everyday love ourselves, our loved ones and have the bigger picture in mind. I never want to take anyone for granted in my life and it’s very important to take every chance possible to make life better for other people, for yourself and for those you love. Love is sacrificing, it can hurt but that good kind of hurt that sometimes changes does to a person.
Since moving here I have felt that hurt. Hurt of letting things go that is not good for me, hurt of seeing where I need to be better at and change otherwise I’m going to fall out of the calling that I have in my life.
Everyone is different, but love – it speaks many languages. It motivates people, it changes people and it gives hope. “Love suffers long and is kind; love does not envy; love does not parade itself, is not puffed up; does not behave rudely, does not seeks its own, is not provoked, thinks no evil; does not rejoice in iniquity, be rejoices in the truth; bear all things, hopes all things, endures all things. Love never fails.” 1 Corinthians 4-7. I have heard that verse so many times at weddings and that verse still gives me goosebumps!
Love is always worth to celebrate! Love to animal, to a friend, to your special someone, to a stranger that is hurting, to your family, to your co-workers. Love changes everything!