Nothing feels better than this - Freedom. This is what I want for everyone on this planet - Freedom. If there is one thing I want to inspire, it's creating possibilities to have Freedom. And what does this start with? Education. Education = Freedom. Every little bit of it. We are so lucky to live in an era where books are abundant, youtube, blogs and podcasts are free. There is not a day that goes by that I don't tap into one of these resources. I learned at 20 years old that I was in charge of my destiny and that the greatest predictor of my future was to create it. So go out and get what you want. Hustle everyday for YOU. Always remember, there is no free lunch and you don't need to sell your soul or step on anyone to get what you want. It will ALWAYS backfire. Cultivate good habits because your habits every single day are what compound over time. This world is chock full of resources to create the life you dream of. 💗
A black beauty at twilight. I won’t soon forget this adventure of hiking quite a distance and finally finding some horses, just as the beautiful light was fading. I was a bit disappointed that we didn’t find them sooner, but then the sky started turning these beautiful shades of purple! We still had a few miles to walk back to the truck and it was going to be dark soon, but I had to keep stopping to admire all of the colors in the sky!
Before we had the trailer we never thought we’d be able to install a faucet, but with desire comes action. TGFYT (thank god for YouTube)❤️😉 ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
The champagne bronze fixture from @deltafaucet isn’t designed for an RV, but has the same four inch spread as our “kitchen” sink. Needed an adaptor, which puzzled us for a bit, but we figured it out. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
Looking forward to making good use of it this weekend!❤️🌿
How much more can I trust that everything is unfolding exactly as it should be in any given moment?
How much more can I allow the pleasant surprises and serendipitous of life to evolve me?
Try one of my favorite journaling exercises. Every day note two things in your journal: .
1) What was something that pleasantly surprised me today?
2) Where do I need help? .
The more we see and appreciate the little synchronicites of life, the more they will occur. The more we are unafraid to ask for help, the more life can surprise us and help us at the same time.
Thank you to @zoritomova for the journal inspiration I still use today! 🙏
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While the hustle and bustle of Tokyo was infectious, one of my favorite day trips was out to Mount Fuji! Not only was it an easy hour and a half bus ride from the city, we also lucked out with a perfect day/sunset!🏔☀️🌄
Fun fact, we accidentally found this trail that was going to take us to a temple on our way to the tram lookout. The path kept going up and we see a building at the top and figured we’d just go a little further to see what that was....ironically it was the top of the tram. 🤷🏻♀️ Lookouts and accidental workouts, my favorite kind of day 😉 #mountfuji#sunset#accidentalhike#japantrip#tstopgallery
We got lucky and scored tickets to the Zorba gypsy festival, in its 9th year running. We had intended to leave that day, but mike told us about that awesome festival happening in a town just 20mins away. So we decided to hit Byron bay’s main beach. It was terribly crowded with people, so we didn’t stay long.
We drove up to Mullumbimby, where we hung out with mike and Myles(dog), & another fellow gypsy, Jahsim. We spoke at length till the sun started making its descent, which sets at half past 8.
There was a huge turnout of new age hippies & gypsies. It was a great party on the outside with the campfire, & the Durrumbul hall was filled with dance.
The party would go on into the hours of morning. Even though it was strictly no free camping anywhere in that area, most cars remained overnight, in true gypsy attitude. The next morning was spent with even more hours conversing with Mike & Jahsim. We even met a traveler whom lost his chihuahua buddy, Pedro, during the festival, & comrades in the cartel wars working as Señor Escobar’s driver in Columbia😮 #lifestories
Step aside #humansofnewyork , it's time for the #AnimalsofYala to shine. We'll be kickstarting this series with the star of Yala National Park, the Sri Lankan Leopard. Our guides told us that leopards in Yala lack natural predators - this means that they're less shy than those in other parks and are often seen strutting about. We spotted this resting leopard during our trip, how blissful is it to laze around without a care in the world? If you're lucky, you might even witness them hunt (some of the other visitors did!) Let us know in the comments below if you have any personal encounters with the #AnimalsofYala ! .