Rainy Days & Blogging

post by matt

There’s just something about sitting down to write on a rainy day. I always feel more inspired for some reason. I’m not sure of its because I drink more coffee on days like today or if it’s the dreariness that makes me a bit more reflective but these are always the best days to write.

As Matt and I were talking about 2012, our goals and (mattnnat) as a business we talked a lot about our blog. I wouldn’t say that Matt & I are known for our writing, but we have always been dedicated to blogging each of our couples weddings and telling the story their day. There’s been bits and pieces of work and our lives placed throughout the blog in between the weddings, but this year we’re aiming for more!

One of my personal goals for this year is to become a better writer. It’s something I’ve been thinking about for a long time, but haven’t really pursued. This year is going to be different! I’m going to write more, I’m looking into writing workshops and I’m following a lot more blogs for inspiration.

On top of expanding our writing skills we would love your input! We know there’s at least a few of you out there that follow us and we’d like to know what you’d like to see on here. You’ll still see all of our weddings, hear some personal stories and see pictures of our journey, but what else would you like us to cover? Feel free to comment on the blog or Facebook or even send us an email.

I want to say thank you for following us! We’re really excited for 2012 and all that it holds :) Here’s to new adventures in blogging and in life.

2 people commented on this post

    1. nat says:

      Thanks Andrew! This is something we have talked about doing and is in the planning for this year. If there’s anything you’d like to see specifically let us know :)

    2. Andrew says:

      I love following your blog posts and seeing all the amazing work you do! For me as an amateur photographer, I wouldn’t mind getting some pointers or seeing some of the tips and tricks you use in your work. I’m always looking to improve my photography, and judging by your work, I’d say you have loads of skill and experience that others will find useful!

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