Earlier this week I went exploring with my future pup ☺️
Michael and I are moving to our own place next weekend, and we are getting a dog! We are subletting an apartment for a few months because 1. We get to take care of this little fur ball for 3 months, 2. We will be going into a fully furnished, 2 bedroom apartment... that will be all ours ☺️, and 3. we will have a chance to save up some more money for the future because you know I’m all about savings now! One of the reasons I’ve moved to australia and created a base and signed up for full time work is so that I can be a responsible adult and boost up my long term savings. Minimalism helps so much in this department!
I am so excited to continue on our journey of creating a base in Sydney. Have you ever wanted to live in another country? Where else would you love to live??
Now you see me, now you dont ✨
I think I was built for warm climates, open horizons, and barefoot days.
Adventures with @inadventures.travel
Almuerzo veraniego perfecto: mesa de picnic ✔️sombrilla de colores ✔️tirita de bombillos 💡✔️bbq 🍔✔️
Throwback to the day I discovered what "trulli" were 🇨🇮
U used to call me on my 📞
one for you, one for me 𓎡
We are digging this nail art by Saga using our Caviar Manicure Luxe- Lustre 😍😍🙌🏽 what do you think? Grab at while stocks lasts ONLY 10 AED
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Unexpected friendships are the best ones 💕💗
Today we got into Krakow, Poland…and typically I’d be all for hitting the town and exploring the sites. But unfortunately Cam and I are feeling pretty under the weather. After making it through 15 countries unscathed this trip the sickness bug finally got us! 🤧
It got me thinking about how important it us to take a break from time to time.
In today’s fast past society we’re so accustomed to moving a 1000 miles an hr (especially us millennials 😉) trying to fit more than humanly possible into a day…slowly running ourselves down. Following this pattern day in and day out doesn’t necessarily increase productivity, it can actually have the adverse affect and will eventually burn you out. I’m totally guilty of this! Which is why I remind not just you but myself as well that taking a break is a GOOD thing. So relax…take a day off, and hit the refresh button; your mind & body will thank you for it!
Things got a little rocky 🎈
Connaissez-vous le nom de ce lieu unique et atypique, où la nature rayonne de toute sa splendeur ? Un indice, cela se trouve sur l'île de Beauté… Où certains passent peut-être leurs vacances !
Crédit photo : @sophiepinet
Pretending the algorithm doesn’t suck... 😒 | El algoritmo de IG me la tiene montada... escucho ideas 💡...
This place is really something 🏜
Just like the moon I go through phases 🌙
Happy Friyay🎉 It’s my sister’s last weekend in New York and we are going on a camping!
I hope weather forecast is wrong so it won’t rain..🙏🏻 What’s your plans for the weekend?
벌써 동생과의 마지막 주말이에요.
캠핑가려고 예약해두었는데 비가온데요.
매번 틀리는 일기예보가 이번에도 틀려야할텐데🤣🙏🏻
aloha hawaii, i think you and i will get along just fine 𓆸
As I move into working full time, I’ve been upping my #selfcare
and doing more things that make me happy 😁
These things include: being outside, being creative, skin care (lol but I truly love it), lots of reading, journaling, yoga, and cuddling up with Michael every night with candles lit. I’ve been looking at cookbooks to inspire more healthy recipes, and I’ve been going for lots of walks every day. 🚶♀️
What is your favorite selfcare practice??
How lucky am I to get to go to An Evening with Ellen DeGeneres and these fine women!!! Bucket list item to see Ellen’s standup: ✅🎉😂💕 She is just as kind, funny and beautiful as I had hoped! She was generous enough to do a 30 minute Q&A session afterwards as well. What a woman! @theellenshow
I really really really don’t want summer to end
It’s WAY past my bedtime here in Sicily. But, I stayed up late writing about our latest adventures in... you guessed it - Ireland!! Check it all out over on the blog. Link in bio, of course!!
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AUTOS CLASICOS EN CUBA
Hay alguna otra imagen mas característica de este país? Quizás nunca te preguntaste cual es la historia detrás de estos autos
Los autos que tienen una “P” en su patente como el de la foto indica que son de un “particular” y generalmente están en la familia desde hace varias generaciones. Aquellos que pueden acondicionarlo para que estén bellos y funcionales son usados para la explotación turística, ya que allí es donde está el verdadero flujo de dinero en Cuba
No es raro encontrarte profesionales ganándose la vida como taxistas como así también rubro hotelero y gastronómico, como mozos o recepcionistas. Y es que considerando que un mèdico cobra alrededor de 32 dòlares mensuales y un litro de aceite sale 2,5 dólares, la subsistencia queda muy por encima de la realización personal a través de la profesión.
Si no tienes la suerte de poder insertarte en mercado laboral del turismo, solo te queda el trabajo en el sector público que representa aproximadamente el 70% por tratarse de un país comunista, y no es nada agradable
No solo tendrás sueldos más bajos, sino que el empleo público es utilizado por el gobierno como herramienta de control social. Aquellos que desaprueban las políticas del gobierno y realizan manifestaciones públicas al respecto, se atienen a ser despedidos arbitrariamente y una vez que son despedidos, resulta casi imposible encontrar un nuevo empleo
Esto es así porque el Cuba existe el delito de “contrarrevolución” que implica tener el propósito de “hacer retroceder a la sociedad” destruyendo el Estado socialista. Y si no tienes trabajo, también puedes ser acusado del delito de “peligrosidad social” que tiene por objeto castigar un delito antes de que suceda y por el cual hay hasta cuatro años de prisión.
Y a vos? Te gusta tu trabajo?
Les oeuvres d'art peuvent aussi se trouver dans des endroits insolites... Comme sur la plage du Faena Miami Beach, immortalisée par @lusttforlife
Clams all day, every day | Lo que más me gustó de ir a los Hamptons fue toda la comida de mar! Hay miles de kioskitos donde venden coctél de 🦐, langosta con mantequilla, sándwich de langosta, ostras, etc etc.... yum 😋
"A rose-red city half as old as time" .
Petra remained unknown until 1812. It was "rediscovered" by Johann Ludwig Burckhardt whose great ambition was to discover the source of the River Niger. Calling himself Sheikh Ibrahim Ibn Abdallah and paying for protection from local sheikhs he travelled about in Syria, Lebanon and Palestine. On his way south from Nazareth to Cairo, with a group of traders and sheep and goats, he heard from local people about ruins in a narrow mountain valley off the road through the desert, near the supposed tomb of Aaron, the brother of Moses. Saying he wanted to sacrifice a goat to Aaron, he hired a local guide to lead him to the ruins, where he marvelled at the ancient tombs. He was convinced it was Petra but could not linger because he was afraid of being unmasked as an infidel searching for lost treasure and almost certainly attacked. He duly sacrificed the goat to Aaron and that night went back to rejoin the road to Cairo .
UNESCO described the historical and archaeological city as “one of the most precious cultural properties of man’s cultural heritage”. The name Petra is derived from the Greek word ‘petros’, which means rocks. It is believed to have been established in 312 BC, making it one of the oldest cities in the world. . Petra was the capital city of Nabateans, who were ancient southern Arab people that arrived in Jordan. Situated between the Red and Dead Sea, Petra was a significant junction between Egypt, Arabia and Syria-Phoenicia during Hellenistic and Roman times. It was also a key hub for the silks of China, spices of India and the incense of Arabia. This incredible city is testament to the profits these wily traders made by controlling the region's caravan routes. .
Petra contains numerous tombs, most of them built at the edge of the city, beyond the main street. The best known tomb at Petra is called the “Khazneh,” which is Arabic for the “Treasury.” It is called this because at one time local people believed it contained hidden treasure. Today, archaeologists regard it as a two-story high tomb, albeit a masterful one. Its facade measures 82 feet (25 meters) wide and 128 feet (39 meters) high.