One of the great things about social media is its ability to connect people from all over. Sailing also boasts this ability. No matter where you are in the world, sailing has the ability to bond two strangers who share that passion into friendship. I am constantly inspired by not only the women I sail with, but also those I connect with on social media as well. This is how I recently met one of my newest friends. Today, I am super excited to introduce you to Ashleigh Bridget of The Sailing Yogi.
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“How do you sail with anxiety?” It’s a question I figured out the answer to this year. I hadn’t sailed much before until now, but I have worked on boats a lot over the years and I always find myself on the water. Is sailing supposed to make me anxious? I was about to find out.
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Jason and Sarah’s wedding day was a family affair…literally. Sarah is a distant cousin of mine, and I was thrilled when she asked me to capture their big day! Some people might find the idea of working for a family member complicated, but for me it was the most relaxed I have been at any wedding because I knew 90% of the guests in attendance. My parents were even there! How cool is that?!