Long time no gym-selfie ✌🏼.
Happy Monday & einen guten Start in die neue Woche Ihr Lieben || Habt Ihr manchmal auch dieses Problem euch nach einem langen Arbeitstag noch für‘s Gym zu motivieren ..? 🤔 [ Anzeige ]
Now Discovering Switzerland, with @senai_senna.
Switzerland is a mountainous Central European country, home to numerous lakes, villages and the high peaks of the Alps. Have you been to this mountain? #thediscoverer#nowdiscovering
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Spent some time with @gabrielleannr and @calboooth in Zurich this weekend;
It was so good having a few of my favourite people around me in one of my absolute favourite places;
We went on a boat, oooooo ✨
Do you love fountains too?
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