Just a little reblogging

I have this wild fly up my ass to simplify my life again. When we first moved to Texas, it was my plan to move everything to www.iamkimkravit.com. I wanted to keep everything in one place. You see I have at least 4 different “accounts” on most social networking sites, 4 different websites, and 4 different blogs. It gets a little tiring trying to updated everything and keep track of what goes where. Some of the time I publish something to the wrong instagram account or publish something twice on the same account, etc. etc. I already have pregnancy brain that never went away from both of my pregnancies and you get the same thing with each deployment. If I don’t write something down no ways, I forget it. I blame that lol. So you can see how trying to keep up with my on-line “life” can get a little over whelming right?

Well here is my plan to simplify. Two blogs, one here and one over on Shop Talk 4 Photographers. 4 websites, still thinking about this one. Depends on how the designing goes and what I can cut out. I’m getting rid of two Facebook Pages and one Facebook Profile and going to one Facebook Page for everything. The truth is, yes, I shoot Boudoir and I shoot Seniors. I thought I needed to keep these far far away from each other when it comes to displaying my work of each. But if a potential client doesn’t want to see my boudoir work, then they probably don’t want to work with me. There are some really useful tips I put over on my boudoir page/blog that could easily apply to my senior work too. But because I put it on my boudoir side of the house, I’m guessing most of my senior audience misses it. My boudoir images are classy and tasteful, so I don’t see the harm in putting everything back together.

I would rather my time be spent on serving YOU, my client, instead of updating 9 million social networking sites and blogs. Seems silly, don’t you agree? ;) So, now you will find my boudoir work, my senior work, my fitness blogging (trying to get back in to shape here lol), tips about your sessions, what to wear, and anything else I feel like blogging about.

Now because we are visual people here, I’ll share a few images with you. Meet Missy. She is a bullmastiff that came to see me a few days ago at my home studio here in Harker Heights, TX. She currently with a foster home and is hoping to find her  forever home soon. If you are interested in adopting Missy, contact Save the Giants.

So, until I make the big announcement that I have moved everything over here, please excuse the mess and the broken links. Some things might now work. BUT check back soon because they will. ;) Now, LET’S GET READY FOR SOME FOOTBALL!!!!!! My Niners are playing today in the NFC Championship!!!!

  • January 20, 2013 - 7:59 pm

    Dina - I love love the one where you are looking up at her nose. That shot is totally awesome! How’d you get her not to lick you when you were at that vantage point?ReplyCancel

    • January 20, 2013 - 8:13 pm

      Kim - Dina, That is all bribery. lol Had a treat up there out of the frame. ;)ReplyCancel

  • January 21, 2013 - 1:09 am

    Melissa VanLeeuwen - My sister owns a bullmastiff and he is a little softy :) Great shots of Missy!ReplyCancel

  • January 20, 2013 - 8:29 pm

    Bonnie - I love it. I love that you have no fear of putting everything together… and Your boudie stuff is freaking awesome. I think it will compliment your senior work well :DReplyCancel

  • January 21, 2013 - 3:28 am

    Lisa (Tout Petit Pixel) - Awwww Missy is adorable, I hope she’ll find a home soon!!ReplyCancel

  • January 24, 2013 - 6:10 pm

    Vicky - Aww, Awesome pictures Kim. What a beautiful dog, I LOVE that face! If we were back in the states I would SO adopt her!ReplyCancel

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