Project Life | Week One

Last fall I started reading The Happiness Project, by Gretchen Rubin (which I highly recommend). Motivated to try it for myself, I created “twelve commandments” and a goal to journal my experiences. #10 on my list is to take a “real camera” picture daily, with the idea that each commandment is focused on for a month. I took this challenge a step further when defining my goals for 2019, and committed to myself that I would take and share a photo everyday for an entire year. This project is special to me — I’ve been a photographer for nearly 20 years (portraits and weddings), and have lost some of my youthful enthusiasm for seeing life through the eye of the lens. I hope to rediscover my love for photography by doing something that’s truly for myself.


Published by Brooke Oliphant

I'm an aspiring author exploring the art of writing as an avenue to dive deep into my human experience; to learn, grow, spread light, and inspire others. Together we can live authentically, push ourselves to new heights, face our demons and put them to rest, and live and love without holding back!

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