If you want to go on vacation, go to Hawaii. If you want to transform, go to India. Well you don’t visit India, you wisely surrender to it! Slowly and with an open heart. Traveling there was an intense experience, but one I’m grateful for, it taught me a lot about myself and a lot about life! You carry a piece of it with you forever...
Happy Thursday everyone!
Something I noted a lot, especially this year!
People ask me all the time, why are you still uploading Paris pictures now when you went in June for your 25th birthday.
First of, yes I did but I wasn't gonna spend my day there choosing, editing and uploading photos on my social media.
Second, why not? People these days don't use Instagram like before, they always have to have such perfect photos. It needs to be #instaworthy .
So guess what?!? It's now November and I'm still uploading photos from Paris because I feel like it.😃
If you don't like it or don't like what I post, you don't need to follow me! 😜
P.S. HAPPY BIRTHDAY AGAIN LALEX! ❤️
Let yourself be drawn to that which calls your heart, don’t worry about the reason, just move towards it however you can. Many of us hold a false notion that by loving, we are somehow diminished. But ultimately our greatest potential lies inside the things that call our hearts, and our acts of love are the keys to unlock our greatest. .
words by @daniellesoceanwanders
Elephants have been my favorite animal. As a toddler, I had a larger-than-life Eli stuff animal that was 3x larger than I was that accompanied me everywhere that I could drag it along. These majestic beasts mesmerized me as I watched program after program about their habits on the Discovery Channel and National Geographic. I obsessed over the largest land mammal.
If the Midwest are flyover states, Singapore is a stop over (city)-state. But with no visa required for most countries, this is no time to hunt down an airport nap corner. It's time to experience a city that's so singular, I can't think of any other to help explain it—part theme park, part just plain park, part bustling cityscape. It feels hippy, but not crunchy. Rich but not conceited. Cultured but not crowded. It didn't feel like the countries surrounding it. They were full of history. I couldn't tell that Singapore dated past 10 years. It's a city that seems built out of the frustration of the rich of far-more-polluted surrounding areas. They're coming together to build what they couldn't wherever they last called home. Or it's Singapore itself rebelling against it's neighborhood's emissions. That's not to say it's not accessible. It's a Mecca of self-sustaining tourist attractions. And everything shines. And, for the most part, it's reasonably priced. If not, you get what you pay for. New video and site post up! 12 hours in Singapore Lookbook.