Category Archives: Family

Learning With Less: A Conversation with Ayelet Marinovich

On the Recapture Self podcast it’s our intention to give you a peek at the lives of moms and women who are balancing daily life, motherhood, and a commitment to their creative selves. These are women who are making time and space for their passion projects whether that be writing a book, designing a blog,…

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Embracing Your Superpower: A Conversation with Dayna Abraham

On the Recapture Self podcast it’s our intention to give you a peek at the lives of moms and women who are balancing daily life, motherhood, and a commitment to their creative selves. These are women who are making time and space for their passion projects whether that be writing a book, designing a blog,…

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Monday Momtographer: Finding the Extraordinary in the Ordinary

Today’s post is brought to you by Recapture Self Community Manager, Jen Doolittle A few weeks ago, I asked my daughter to pick up her toys downstairs. An hour later I realized that while she did pick up her toys, she didn’t actually put them away. Instead she did what she usually does –  moved…

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The Best Photos Celebrate Love

Today’s post is brought to you by Recapture Self Community Manager, Jen Doolittle Every Friday, we ask our Recapture Self Community to share one of their recent photos on our Facebook page. It’s one of my favorite days of the week. The range of images that come in is inspiring. There’s moments of love, connection,…

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That time we had our best Christmas photo shoot ever, at Target.

I was determined to cut down a real tree this year. It’s been a dream of mine since getting married to take part in this classic tradition. (I grew up Jewish so naturally I want ALL THE CHRISTMAS TRADITIONS that I missed during childhood) I longed to fill our house with the aroma of pine…

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How to develop as a momtographer: photograph how it feels

Best mom ever. That’s what my mug says. I don’t always feel like it though. Like during the first of our summer break. I’ll be honest. It was rough. I was trying to balance my needs with those of my kids and failing miserably. Even though it was still early days, I already felt guilty…

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