2/3: Tofu Dreams 🌱 - @plantfacedclothing and their streetwear label are certified 100% ethically sourced and cruelty-free, they even use water based ink designs so you can keep the planet clean with a badass print 💪
Is west coast the best coast? Took this on the drive down California 🤤
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Atualmente é raro ver quem não leva trabalho para casa e acaba ocupando o fim de semana. Seja um e-mail não respondido ou um grande projeto. O ideal é se desligar totalmente, mas, se for inevitável, crie uma estrutura para isso, um intervalo de tempo, para não deixar que tome conta do fim de semana todo. Depois, tire algumas horas, passeie e fique longe da internet! 😉🥰
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Surround yourself with people who lift you up. People who see the best in you and want the best for you. People who will celebrate your successes and be the ear you need when things aren’t going so smooth.
The last few years have been huge personal growth years for me but I can honestly say that there’s no way I’d be anywhere near where I am without the support, encouragement, and friendships I’ve made along the way.
As a recovering tomboy who used to really struggle making girlfriends, I am overwhelmed with gratitude for the badass lady friends I have in my life these days. Cheers to being vulnerable... to keeping it real... and to crushing some big goals.
I must confess... I have an obsession. I’ve read at least 7 different PCT thru hiking books in the last 3 months. I literally can’t get enough... I’ve been watching people’s thru hiking vlogs on YouTube, building a folder with screenshots of the gear I need, meeting people who’ve done it already for coffee/lunch.
Last month I got the chance to hike a small section of it (pictured) and I stopped every hiker with “the look” if they were thru hiking and to tell me their story. They say that the things that spark this much excitement in you are your soul guiding you towards something bigger and I really feel that.
Tomorrow I’m setting out on a hike I’m not 100% sure I’m capable of. My biggest day so far is 13 miles... and I don’t think I’ve ever done more than 4,500 feet elevation gain but tomorrow? Tomorrow will be 22.3 miles... 5,500 feet gain.
I know hiking the trail next summer will be the mentally toughest season of my life (2,650 miles 😳) and so even though it’s really too soon to really consider myself physically training, I want to mentally train. I want to prove to myself that I am strong. That I am capable of more than I ever thought possible. That this autoimmune condition can’t stop me from achieving my dreams.
If I’m radio silent here on Instagram tomorrow then you know why? 😉 let’s crush some goals!