My husband and I have come to this point in life where we have become two very busy entrepreneurs. He has a wedding/lifestyle photography business that he owns and operates full time and I am the woman who's juggling a full time career at VSCO and blogging (which some of you know can be a full time commitment as well). We've come to this place in life where scheduling out quality family time weeks ahead is necessary. To some this may seem "sad", to us its vital. Since his line of work requires him to shoot and chase light, his weekends are often busy photographing people, having client meetings, and trying to find the time to decompress before getting back to the grind all over again.
We have found an incredible value in scheduling out time in our calendars for family days. It helps us stay committed to those appointments on the calendar as if they were vital client meetings. This past Sunday we decided to head out to SF and enjoy a day exploring our senses at the Exploratorium, a museum focused on science, art, and human perception. A place where both parents and kids can enjoy. The Exploratorium is conveniently located next the the Ferry Building, a marketplace that is curated with some of the finest SF bay area local eats. One of our family favorites is Gott's Roadside. A classic hamburger joint that offers burgers, shakes, beer, wine, and so much more.
One of the other highlights of my day, which I'm bummed I didn't get a photo of, was meeting Jeremy and Ash of We Are the Parsons. Ash Parson runs a blog called Way to Go Gals. The visions that both her and I have to inspire and empower women in the world of fitness is very similar if not right on point. Check out her blog, she's an amazing individual and the motivation and inspiration she provides to her movement is infectious.
Below are photos from our family day out. A glimpse of the adventures we share as a family.