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Get more info. Loving yourself can seem like a vague idea, indulgent or even unnecessary. Putting self love into practice and creating habits that fill you up is key to a fulfilled life. Daily self love will make you a better human, mother, wife, photographer… a better you. I think. Kate Northrup KateNorthrup. I Jedi mind trick myself into taking time for myself because I know other people will benefit.
So I get the self love, ultimately, and everyone else gets a better me too! When it comes to self love, I admit that there are days when it is easier than others. I have a few little reminders that get me through those days. So many of us are so mean to ourselves in our head—a big part of self love is recognizing that, and taking steps to delete those ugly messages from our minds.
I never deny myself an opportunity out of fear. Fear is an incredibly powerful force that robs us of the ability to live life fully. That kind of fear serves no real purpose and to give it too much control is essentially a lack of trust in yourself and your abilities. I think there is way too much guilt in our society—we feel guilty about the food we eat, the things that turn us on, what we read or watch on TV, about taking vacations or even sick days, the list goes on.
Part of self love is accepting that everyone deserves to enjoy things, and that those things are unique to every individual. But there is no need to feel bad about all the wonderful little things that bring you joy in life. That might be different for different people, but for me, going to the gym and running, plus lifting weights makes me feel bad ass.
And I sing along and speak those same words to myself. I do this several times per week, and it really does make me feel powerful.
The other self-care thing I am committed to is bath time. Whenever I am stressed, feeling uncertain, have too many outside opinions swirling around in my head, I take a hot bath. And while I am in there, I just feel the hot water, relax and let my mind wander. When I come out of the bath, I always have clarity on my next move. Literally every single time without fail.
So I think in both cases, whether I am at the gym or in the tub, I am meditating on my own power, my own greatness. I dream my dreams and reflect on all of the past dreams that have come true and recognize my power to make my current dreams my reality, too.
Practice kindness and compassion towards you. Being easy on yourself is the best form of self love. The best way to do this is to begin to hear the conversation you have with yourself in the privacy of your own mind. Two, when creating your to do list — check it: are you on it? But do you show up on your to do list?
Every week, make sure to do something just for you: either read a favorite book, have coffee with a friend, go to an exercise class — make it be just for you. Three, look at the things you already do in life and give it new meaning. For example, when I had my first born, my whole life revolved around the baby of course, as it should — I was exhausted all the time. But I took a bath every day no matter what.
Even if it was just 10 minutes and sometimes with candles or a book. Getting a massage or a pedicure is easy, but not feeling guilty that I took time just for me is the hard part. Every week, I look at my schedule and set aside time for me — it can be one hour a day, every other day, or three times per week.
I set the intention to take that time to do something that I want to do. The most important piece is not to give.
The not giving at all is SO key. Own your individuality. The size of my ass- is it going to matter? If my kids leave their soccer cleats in front of the door, again — is it going to matter? When people think about self love they usually go right to things they need to do: eat better, exercise more, get a massage. What I noticed was that letting go of things brought me more joy and peace than any scented candle or spin class.
I ask myself how would I treat or talk to myself as a little girl. Probably inspired by my 7 year old niece, Olivia. What inputs would your unique body, mind, and spirit require in order to operate at max potency? More: Hours of sleep? Blocks of unstructured time for creativity?
Which soul-filling relationships would you lavish with attention, and which would you clean up or limit? What kind of self-talk would you allow inside your brain? I dare you to aim for max potency. We need your most amped up contribution. Stop holding out on us. Spend it wisely with people who want to spend it with you! Practicing self-love is exactly that—a practice. I try and remember to treat myself with the same compassion I treat others—especially when things get tough.
I think we can be so much better at being kind to others, but we must be kind to ourselves too. I plan it during the work week, and I make myself get away from the office to do it. Honoring my body and treating it well are my favorite ways to practice self-love. In our busy lives and with so many competing interests pulling us in many directions, it can be hard to take care of ourselves. Mind Have a routine of making your environment positive. Place it by your bed or in your bathroom so you see it when you go to sleep and wake.
Body Practice words of affirmations about your body. Focus on your favorite parts and send love to the areas that you make a habit of avoiding or criticizing. Thank your body for taking care of you and for supporting you. Embrace masturbation and self pleasure. Vary your routine if you self pleasure regularly so it feels exciting and fun.
Watch yourself masturbate or use a different rhythm and pressure point. Give yourself 20 uninterrupted minutes to explore your body and see where you find pleasure rise within you. Soul Make a playlist of music that fills your soul. Play it loudly. In the car, in your kitchen, in your bathroom. Keep adding to it.
Call it a fun name and let yourself get lost in the mood of the music. Find a daily devotional that speaks to your spiritual beliefs or inspiration points.
Read it at the same time every morning. Make the routine sacred and no more than 5 minutes so you have no excuse to skip it. Light a candle or drink your favorite tea as you read it.
You are worth this self care time and the reconnection with your mind, body and soul will sustain you ten fold. Enjoy and prioritize you! There was so much positivity, strength and sisterhood amongst the almost one million people that were there that day. Women, men, even kids — with such clarity of purpose. One of my secrets to capturing the essence of someone is including a lot of outtakes in the final set.
The shot above and just below of Mrs. H a bad ass businesswoman, devoted wife and mother of five! So maybe you grabbed the shot so quickly you accidentally cropped off the toe, like I did here, below. BUT the essence of the human being is there. They can be elegant, tasteful, and provide a lot of coverage or a little.
These were all shot during a live in-person workshop in NYC, during a mini-demo with one window as our light source. Check out some other nudes with fringed shawl here. Here are three lighting set-ups from a personal branding shoot in Los Angeles with the brilliant and bad ass Justine Musk.
The main light with octobox is raised above head level and just to my right. Back light directly opposite angled just slightly toward camera. Then we switched to the seamless studio background Dove Grey, my fav , keeping mostly the same lighting set-up above for the first shot below. Note that we simply inched the back light further out to my left here so that it created an edge light on the right side of her face, arm and body.
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Get more info. Loving yourself can seem like a vague idea, indulgent or even unnecessary. Putting self love into practice and creating habits that fill you up is key to a fulfilled life. Daily self love will make you a better human, mother, wife, photographer… a better you.
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Meola, Christa. Cultivating sex appeal and looking great naked is not about crash dieting or Photoshop, but rather is about a woman's attitude, confidence, playful personality, and feeling good in her own skin. This beautifully illustrated guide will not only enhance your understanding of how to bring out the best in every woman, but also sharpen your photography skills in order to capture her successfully. Whether shooting with a pro model, plain-Jane, curvy gal, or soccer mom, Christa gets to know her subject intimately in order to help her look and feel beautiful, sexy, and confident. Christa shares her personal tips and techniques throughout the entire process, creating an amazing experience that produces photographs packed with emotion. She covers every step in creating a successful boudoir shoot, including how to prepare a subject who has never posed before, coaching sensual movement, beautiful lighting setups with minimal equipment, how to flatter every figure, and more. With "Before and After" profiles and "Do and Don't" scenarios throughout, essential lists, practical tips for male photographers, metadata for every shot, as well as post-processing techniques in Adobe Lightroom and Photoshop, this book offers clear and inspiring instruction.
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