Changing things up around here


The challenge to photograph every single day of 2020 has been so rewarding. I intend to finish the year strong and am even contemplating continuing the challenge in to 2021. The hardest part of the project has been finding a home for the ever-growing collection of images. In July I decided to start posting them here everyday and additionally write a little something alongside every image. Four...

One night in Driggs


{Photo of the day: Camping for the night in our friend’s driveway. Driggs, Idaho.} Before turning South and returning to Colorado, we made the trip to Driggs to visit our friends Cade & Becca. They surprised (and spoiled) us with made-from-scratch carrot soup and sourdough biscuits, made with fresh-off-the-farm produce. The perfect comfort food for a chilly night. It’s obvious...

A day of indulgence


{Photo of the day: In-N-Out, the one and only fast food chain we can’t pass up} This morning we put the trailer in storage and hit the road for leg 1 of our road trip to Idaho. Our very loose plan was to get an hour or two past Salt Lake City, which would put us a little more than halfway, where we would find somewhere to camp for the night. That plan went out the window when we decided to...

To my parents, with love (and endless respect)


When I was 10 years old, my parents decided to move our family from a bustling suburban life in Los Angeles to a small town in the Arizona desert.  To say I was both heart-broken and angry is an understatement.  I didn’t want to leave my friends.  I didn’t want to be the new kid at a new school.  I was painfully shy as it was, how would I ever make new friends?  They told me it was temporary, we...

Our first week in Idaho


It’s the end of our first full week living in Idaho.  This week has been about catching up on work, settling in to our new normal and becoming acquainted with the uncertainties that accompany a complete life/career change.  I’ve had a defeatist attitude this week.  My inner dialogue has been anything but empowering.  All week I’ve questioned my abilities as a business owner.  Am I capable of and...


Hi, I'm Michele, a nomadic wedding photographer and lover of the great outdoors. I live on the road full-time and document my adventures daily. This is my personal blog where I share and record my thoughts on living simply and intentionally with less stress and more joy. Check out my wedding and portrait photography at


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