Mornings off when the weather is this good 🙌
Been really focusing on setting aside time for everything lately. I was suffering from a severe case of (as @thetomclarkimpact
would say) “analysis paralysis” and spending too much time thinking about all the stuff that I had to get done, then procrastinating like crazy and not getting hardly any of it done. Then working more hours and ending up more stressed and tired because of it. So I’ve been setting aside time to just relax, or do things that make me happy (like reading in the park this morning) and then make sure I have a list of priorities to action - and make sure I get them done! 👊
I have a feeling today is going to be another good day too - although it definitely helps when Melbourne weather is this good, my brain works best when it’s sunny! ☀️
Climbed round locked fences, down rickety ladders and scaled a small cliff to get down there and would do it again in a heartbeat to go back to this paradise. 💧💧💧
Lights, Action, Camera 💡🎥 📸. There was something so magical about this✨✨
Coming to a windows background near you 🖥
A few months ago I met this girl through a Facebook travel group called “Girls Love Travel.” We struck up a conversation over a post in the group and we just kinda hit it off. Spontaneously we decided to book a trip to Cuba together without ever meeting face to face 😳 -
Crazy? Yea🤣 But it could not have turned out any better! She is an amazing human being and so fun and free spirited. Now I have another new travel buddy and friend! 🤗 @jonelle.elizabeth
#havanacuba #cubatravel #girlslovetravel #glt #newfriends #wanderlusters #travelbuddy #femaletravelers
All the shiny new rises out of the ground around the old. It’s such a contrast. It’s especially evident in places like Harijuku, where there’s old buildings covered in neon lights. Crazy!
SO exciting to see our ilala palm wall baskets and leather strap counter stools featured in @kates9spr
’s stunning home transformation in @marthastewart
magazine! Feeling all the feels 🤩
An amazing sunset at the Reichstag. (German parliament building). An interesting story - the seats of parliament are on the bottom level just as you enter. This dome, built on top of the building allows access to the public with an appointment. The concept is, always for the parliamentarians to remember they are below the public. Hitler hated this building, feeling that it was too tied to democracy. The weirdest thing about being in Berlin is knowing he’s been there before. Feels a bit too close for comfort especially visiting this building where he’d had his parades and wielded power from. The white roof you can see in the last image is a gift from the Americans. Now used as a ministery for culture I believe
Blissful few days at the start of our trip ☀️
Thank you for an amazing birthday week Harl💕
See you in 2 weeks😘
A visual representation of the exact opposite of how I feel today.
While there are many beautiful “sights” to see here in Mexico City, it’s actually filled with so many hidden gems. I’m finding that it’s those hidden spots - whether I happen upon them or actively seek them out - that really make this place something special ✨
I was low-key pretty nervous when my mom sent me a news article TWO DAYS before my trip about the U.S. State Department dissuading travelers from visiting China for fears of unfair detainment upon exiting 😅, BUT thankfully, I had a brilliant 3 days in Beijing and would recommend it to everyone.
Yes, the food takes a little getting used to (and no, it’s not the Panda Express you’ve been eating for ages 🙈), and no, I wasn’t a huge fan of men hocking up loogies onto the street left and right, and generally coughing and sneezing wherever they pleased, HOWEVER... 😂
The city is fascinating and full of friendly people who are as helpful as they can be despite the language barrier, and often curious (but wouldn’t you be if you only saw one 5’9” blonde-haired girl running around your city maybe once per day? 😂).
From the Temple of Heaven, Tiananmen Square, the Forbidden City and the Great Wall, there’s tons to see and experience for yourself!
Plus, the public transport is super cheap and convenient. 🙌🏼
Now, who’s going to Beijing? 🙋🏼♀️
I never know what to reply when people ask “where is home?” I’ve moved so many times that to me home isn’t a place anymore. It’s a feeling. A feeling I get when I’m with people I love.
I feel so fortunate to have so many people open up their homes to me, like @charrr_w
and her fam who took me in for a couple days!
Full time travel may mean not having a home and facing loneliness at times, but it also means having dozens of homes around the world to come home to. 💕
FYI - swinging on a hammock is super fun but very glad my camera didn’t capture what happened next... 😅
The things that happen at museums after dark. 🦄
This beast is part of the Moco garden. "Tempter" by Marcel Wanders. "A dark object that looms large, it represents unconditional freedom, the ultimate unbridled spirit inescapably anchored in place and time by the weight of its own experience."
P.S. That seat was COLD. ❄
10K ❤️ I cannot even believe it! I’ve never felt so blessed! Thanks so much for all the love and support throughout my travels this last year! Thanks for watching me grow and change into who I am today! .
Can’t wait for more adventures to come! Hope everyone is have an absolutely amazing Wednesday! The week is halfway over 🐫
P.S this picture was so hard to take because of the wind 😂 but loved exploring this tiny town and finding this gorgeous building with vines all over it 💕
The Great Ocean Road stretches for 243km. That’s over 200km of picturesque scenes such as this 😍😍
Three girls just traveling around the bottom of the world on the wrong side of the road 🚙