As I See It

Blog URL:http://cindiaugustine.wordpress.com/blog/
Blog Tags:photography, Canada, Vancouver, Canon, DSLR
Country:Canada
State/Province:British Columbia
Location:Vancouver

A photography blog from a photography student in Vancouver, BC.



Latest Blog Posts



Yo and Yo again!

on Feb 18, 2017

  Yup, that same old yoyo-ing weight issue…again! ::sigh:: I get it. The average human being is not free to neglect and ignore their food choices and expect to stay at a healthy weight. And I get it…I’m no different. I knew when...

Patterns and Textures

on Feb 13, 2017

I recently attended a college photography course on Fine Art photography. It was fascinating to learn about the history of photography and its relationship to other art forms. It also made me aware of several photographers I’d yet to discove...

Earlier today, I was watching an interview where beautiful soul Alicia Keys talked about her decision to go make-up free. This talented, powerful woman made such an eloquent case for going natural; really putting into words how I feel about my own l...

Society 6: Hello

on Nov 20, 2016

As a photographer, part of the joy of making great photos is sharing them. Images that sit on a computer – occasionally popping up as a screeensaver – feel unused and dusty. Society 6 is a great online store where artists can upload their...

In my last few posts I’ve been covering my efforts to reduce both my sugar and my salt intake. I covered the issue of motivation, and how hard it is to keep up your resolve once you know what you need to do. One of my suggestions was that it helped...

Backslide

on Sep 28, 2016 in: Health, Weight Loss

One of the realities of being human is that motivation is something we must continually feed if we are to maintain healthy habits. Yes, I slipped a little off the sugar cleanse and have been yo-yoing between a 2 lbs range for the last 2 weeks or so.

Taking Control

on Sep 1, 2016

The last tip I shared on overcoming hypereating was behavioral. Training yourself to physically avoid cues and triggers will ease the stress of dealing with them on a constant basis and there’s nothing wrong with trying to make it easier on yoursel...