A good night's sleep made all the difference in the world. We woke up in our Dallas hotel refreshed and rested. Headed to Northpark Center for a stroll and breakfast (and Starbucks. Of course). Northpark Center is really interesting; it's a mall that's also an art museum. Once we left Dallas we were out into the great emptiness (with trains!). Walked around a bit at the [closed for the evening] New Mexico Welcome Center. (This is my only "new" state for this trip.) Stretching is always good, but holding hands is my favorite way to relax. The sun started to go down as the landscape started to change. At first it was blinding, but ended up being beautiful. And we found a gas station sitting by itself right off of the interstate, hawking Route 66 mementos and sporting ancient gas pumps (with the clicking numbers and retro styling-- wait, vintage, not retro). It was also the local general store... and the post office. Made it Albuquerque just in time to collapse into bed. Exploring tomorrow! xoxo Emily, Pogo Photo Remember to follow the #designaglowdiaries hashtag to see our adventures!
As a small business owner, we’re sure that you’ve got a lot on your plate. You want to do what you love, and make a good living doing it, but at times it can feel like you’re doing everything besides photography to keep your business running. Besides all the workflow tasks of being a photographer, we know the one BIG project that almost never gets done: marketing. It’s on all our to-do lists, but it’s huge. It’s daunting. And, where do you even begin?