How Can I Support My Partner Who Has a Creative Business?
Y’ALL! When I say I am excited for today’s episode, that kinda doesn’t even cover it. I roped my husband into being my first ever podcast guest for Your Photographer Mom and this episode is just so much fun. My husband, who is seriously the most supportive spouse ever (the man’s always hyping me up!) shares some tips on how to support your partner when they run a creative business.
This episode is great for photographers, their partners, or any creative business owner – and their spouse, too!
Also, not going to lie. My man is totally quiet around most people so it’s really fun to have him be chatty like this. I mean, he’s always chatting at home but I’m so excited – and proud! – to share him with the world a little. He’s the best!
Your Photographer Mom: Episode Twelve
In this week’s photography podcast, we talk with my husband Andrew about a few ways we manage our schedule with one partner in a creative, self employed career + one partner in a traditional career. Here’s a few of the topics!
Communication is Key
Devoted Work Days
Finding a Groove with Scheduling
Some Days, It’s Just Madness
Think of Way To Work Together
Wanna Know This Episode in One Quote? Fantastic!
“It’s not always easy and it’s definitely not always pretty but, when one partner has a creative career and another has a traditional career, it is possible to merge two totally different schedules and make something awesome.”
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Based in Fayetteville, Arkansas Lissa Chandler is a portrait and wedding photographer. Lissa is also the owner of Opal and June where she offers mockup photographs, bookish + history merch, and the dreamiest photoshoot dress rentals. Additionally, Lissa is the host of the podcast Your Photographer Mom. As a creative photographer in Northwest Arkansas, Lissa doesn’t niche down on a genre. She niches on a feeling instead! That feeling? The huge, happy feeling of hope and excitement that you feel as a kid opening up a huge box of 120 crayons. Sound like a feeling you remember? Let’s shoot!