Since exchanging contracts for my new business last Friday, I’ve been in the middle of a whirlwind of research, study and emails galore. I begin a three day training workshop tomorrow and then it’s all systems go to find venues for my classes and get pregnant bums on mats. Very exciting times indeed.
And if that wasn’t enough, this week I’ve also begun a photography course. As you do when you’re in the throes of starting a new business.
This course is something I’ve been wanting to do for a long time and was a Christmas present from my lovely husband (although I booked it myself, so it was kind of a Christmas present from me to me!). Anyway. It’s called Manual Overdrive, and is the brainchild of Kat and Kat from Capturing Childhood. I know some of you have already taken part in these online courses, so I’m pretty confident it’s going to be great. And it's also lovely to see some friendly blogging faces on the Facebook and Flickr groups.
I'm getting ready for an interesting and inspiring four weeks of learning. Hopefully the world of ISO, shutter speed, white balance and all the rest of those slightly confusing photography terms will soon make perfect sense and I’ll be working manual like a pro. Well, almost. I hope I can find the time to fit it all in!
How’s your week panning out so far? As mental as mine?
*photo of me and my camera and my slightly squashed face, by the lovely Janine Speake