“be fearless in the pursuit of what sets your soul on fire” – unknown

The word invigorate is defined as ‘to give life and energy to’. This theme was chosen after one of our contributors expressed feeling like she had been stuck in a creative rut, and felt invigorated by this project. It didn’t take long before we found that most of us were experiencing the same thing, so the theme was chosen.

The above quote speaks to the sentiment of being in a rut and coming out on the other side feeling inspired or invigorated. We all find ourselves wondering what we are doing, or if what we are doing even matters to anyone besides ourselves. Whether it is enough that it matters only to ourselves. But if it sets your soul on fire, no matter why you do what you do, and no matter who cares about what you are doing, you need to be fearless. You need to pursue the act of feeding that fire in your soul.

So I encourage anyone reading this to take a few minutes out of your day to see how we all interpreted this theme, and to reflect on your own life to determine what sets your soul on fire, and be fearless in pursuing it.

Sonja Stich Fotografias

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Monica Hart Photography

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Chelsea Cronkrite

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Linn Marlen Photography

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Thirty7 Photography – Johanna Hood

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Heather Chang Photography

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Danielle Stevens Photography

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Billie Mae Photography

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Three Sons Images – Anita Cline

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Green and Grey Photography – Amanda Brooke

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Abigail Fahey

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