When the sun comes out in Portland for 5 minutes.
Sparkly lights on my favorite Italian coast line.
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Cotton candy skies over the Oregon coast. Been missing life on the road lately. Looks like it’s time for a road trip. Where should I go?
Drive by views in the highlands.
Yesterday I went back through some of my photos from Scotland to edit some photos I might have missed. This one caught my eye. My girl @nicolemacinnes
checking out the insane view.
Feeling very grateful for the places I’ve seen and excited for the places I’ve yet to see.
Reminiscing on this absolutely perfect wedding with these beautiful people. Now booking 2020 weddings! 💛 #djsaysido
Today is #earthday
Here are some ways you can reduce your carbon footprint, your plastic waste and have a positive impact on the earth.
1. Cut out meat and dairy from your diet. This is the easiest way to reduce your carbon footprint. Animal agriculture is the most significant contributing factor to global warming.
2. Say no to single use plastic. (plastic bags, straws, cups, lids etc.) Bring your own reusable items. Instead of buying a water bottle, refill a reusable water bottle.
3. Do research before traveling/hiking/ camping. Learn the rules and read the signs. If there is a “stay on trail” sign or a “no droning” sign. Follow them. They are there for a reason. Possibly to protect a species of plants or animals that could be negatively impacted. LEAVE NO TRACE.
4. EDUCATE. Tell your family. Tell your friends. Tell a stranger. SCREAM IT FROM A ROOF TOP.
We as a human race have completely taken over and our precious Mother Earth is suffering because of it. It is up to us now to change that. I believe we can make a difference if we just try.
I’ve been watching “Our Planet” on Netflix the last couple days. And I’m in shock. Although I was aware of the severe incline in global warming in the past decade, it’s just so much more heartbreaking to see how much it’s affecting nature and these innocent animals trying to survive. This is what keeps me up at night. I am but one small girl, but there are ways I can make a difference. And there are ways you can too. Who’s with me?