A Burned Out Bryant + Throwback Thursday

The great thing about my blog is that I can share all things with you -- both good and bad. I'm human and I have things going on all the time, I'm an open book. I firmly believe that some times you have to get things out, fix the issue, and move on. So I'm going to vent to you today. Lol. Ready?

I was torn on actually sharing this today because I didn't want to come off like I'm complaining about having taken on so much, but I have to share these moments with you. Like I said earlier, I'm human... I have emotions... and I want you to see that vulnerable side of me that needs to, "get it together".

Ok. This week has been crazy, to say the least. Between balancing coaching my step team, photography, blogging -- and oh yeah, I recently took on a part time job for a few months to help out a friend -- my days are so hectic. I can't lie, I've been procrastinating so much on getting things done and now it's more important than ever to map out my days so that I'm being productive on all fronts. I have to be.

I've been slacking on keeping up with to-do lists and organizing my life. Let's face it, it's hard. You all know, I'm not one to complain but I have to do better. Much.... Better. Lol. I've been creating beautiful work, but I can't enjoy it if I'm continuously stressed because I have so much to do.

Honestly, it probably isn't that much, but I haven't written anything down. Tasks are so much easier to see and accomplish when you can actually see them. Get it together, Bryant.

Anyway, it's thursday again and it's time for a little #TBT.

I can't believe it's been two years since this moment. Wow. Time surely does fly.

I've told you all about my niece a few times on my blog -- on her birthday and on a post about how much she helps me out on my sessions. She's so amazing.

This photo is from her last cheerleading competition during her Freshman year in high school. I got a photo of the entire Farmville Central High School JV Cheerleading team after their first place V.I.C.T.O.R.Y.

She's a junior now and I can't wait to see them in action this year. They've been working so hard all summer long and into this first half of the school year. I'm sure they're going to do great things this year. Good luck ladies.