Please excuse the dust…

Hello my lovelies!

Last September, I celebrated an anniversary. Of the day that I moved to California and started a new life. It’s, to this day, one of the bravest things I’ve ever done. I’m extremely proud of the move, and can’t imagine my life had I not done it. To celebrate, the universe gave me this sunset:

 

Not bad, right?!

It was a day of reflection, and I then decided to throw all my energy into fully realizing my dreams. I wanted to do photography FULL-TIME. Big step, yes, but it’s my dream. Time to focus, people!

So….

Two weeks ago, I let go of the safety net and left my day job. YIPPEEEE!Β  (Yes, I’m jumping up and down while I type that!)

As part of my transition, I’m dusting off my website, Facebook page, and portfolios to make sure they fully reflect what I’m about. I. Can’t. Wait!! πŸ™‚

In the meantime, please excuse the cyber-dust while things get up to par. This website will be here (always!) for you to see, but I ask that you *please visit my Facebook page* as that will be updated more often and with the latest and greatest work.Β  If you’re on Facebook and want to make it easy, then ‘like’ my page and you’ll see updates on your news feed!

As always, you can still contact me via this website or at full.circle.natalia@gmail.com for any questions or comments.

πŸ™‚

xoxo

~n

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4 thoughts on “Please excuse the dust…

  1. not too shabby πŸ™‚ gorgeous, love it ! And yes, transitions are scary and exhilirating at the same time. Congratulations and good luck with your decision to let go of the safety net !!

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