Small Business Saturday | Beaumont Senior Photographer

This week we rolled out something brand new: Senior Films!! I cannot even begin to tell you how excited I am about this! I have been wanting to introduce videos into my senior sessions for a couple of years and I am finally jumping in with both feet and doing it!

Video is one of the HOTTEST trends in Senior Photography! With the Erin Byrd Photography EXCLUSIVE Senior Film Experience, your Senior Portraits will be more than you ever imagined – complete with a behind-the-scenes glimpse into your session through video! You read that right!!! It is an exclusive experience that you cannot get anywhere else in Southeast Texas!

Because Small Business Saturday is quickly approaching I’d love to do a introductory offer for your senior portrait and senior film session! Book your Class of 2018 or Class of 2019 Senior Session between November 25th and November 28th and receive your session fee half off, plus a $250 credit to go toward any extra prints or products that you would like! That credit could go toward your very own senior film.

What is this film experience that I am going on and on about? Take a look below into what your senior film could look like…

Ready to book your senior session and be the first to have a senior film? Contact me here… I can’t wait to hear from you!!

 

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Love, Gratitude and Yourself | Southeast Texas Senior Portraits

“Love above all else.” It is the simplest of phrases, but seeing it on my twitter feed was enough to stop me in my tracks and make me reconsider how I have been prioritizing my life. Those words made me realize that oftentimes we become chained to our to-do lists and forget what it truly means to live and appreciate those around us. Moments after seeing those words, I went to my planner and carved out time for an activity I have been lacking in: doing nothing at all.

For all high school students, especially seniors, the first few months of school are beyond crazy. College and scholarship applications, extra-curriculars, football season festivities, school work and projects, social life and a million other factors tend to result in a sense of being overwhelmed. With so much craziness going on, it can be easy to forget how beautiful life is and how much there is to love about yourself and those around you. It is so easy to get so wrapped up in what the world is demanding of you that people tend to lose focus on all that there is to be grateful for. In order to remain healthy and happy, it is crucial to carve out some “me time,” no matter how demanding your schedule may be. “Me time” can consist of painting nails, sleeping in, binge watching a show on Netflix, or even just driving to Starbucks to grab your favorite drink. Rewarding yourself and doing the little things that make you happy are part of what makes life so beautiful. To-do lists and stressful days may come and go, but your health and happiness needs to  be a priority.

Written by guest blogger, Lauren Devenzio

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With the holidays just around the corner, this is the time of year that people are looking for places to volunteer their time. I’ve put together a list of 4 of local businesses and non-profits that you can give your time to.

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Southeast Texas Food Bank
Examples of work that can be done here is food sorting, non-food sorting, family box day, school tools, special events and office assisting. For more information call 409-839-8777 or visit here to fill out a volunteer application.  

Habitat for Humanity
Opportunities here include working in construction and woodworking to baking and delivery baked goods to volunteers. Call 409-299-0964 for more information or visit their website.

Julie Rogers “Gift of Life” Program
Gift of Life program works with men and women health. They have over 300 volunteers each year. To fill out a volunteer application visit here.

The Humane Society of Southeast Texas

The humane society has volunteer opportunities to work with up to 200 pets at their facility. It is hard for their staff to have time to walk and play with each one of these animals, giving them human interaction they deserve to have. Visit their website here to learn more about volunteering…

 

Remember my big announcement? It goes live Monday! If you want to be the first to know, sign up here!! xoxo

 

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