The summer maybe coming to an end next month, but it’s arrival is greatly disguised by this suffocatingly hot weather. There will be a day soon when we are surrounded by white mountain peaks doing our best to stay warm by the camp fire, when we Floridians reminisce on this kind of day, but that’s not today! 🥵🌞 Captured at our favorite Florida beach🏝
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For day 4 of the #omlRad30 I booked an impulse 1-way ticket to Hawaii!!! WHAT!? ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
1 - I have NEVER booked a 1-way ticket!
2 - I have never been to Hawaii!
WHOOHOO!!! So Hawaii here we come starting February 25th, 2020! Flying into Honolulu! Know anyone who is getting married or wants photos? Tag them! #doppbartadventures#naturalintuitionphoto
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Backpack Season! Save THIRTY% on our @_ALLSZN_ flagship pack for a limited time using code Backpack30. #allszn
Bryce: land of red rocks, towering hoodoos, and red sunburn! 🏜
If you’ve never been to Bryce Canyon National Park, there are a few things you won’t want to miss.
First, you’ll want to start your day catching the sunrise at Bryce Point — you’ll never, ever forget the way the Golden morning sun lights up a field of hoodoos. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
Then you’ll want to be sure to check out two of the well-known geologic structures: Thor’s Hammer, the super big and iconic hoodoo, and Natural Bridge, which spans over 85 feet and is over 125 feet tall. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
Finally, you’ll want to hike through the park to see some of these red rocks up close. Check out the Navajo Loop Trail, Under-the-Rim Trail, Inspiration and Rainbow Point, or Peek-a-Boo Trail. You really can’t go wrong! Just remember to pack plenty of water 😉
Do you love Bryce? What’s your favorite thing to do at the park?
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Hmmmmmm I’m getting a bouquet of elderberries, oak barrels & wild fruits.....
Jack is on my main account @viktoriahaack in a field of flowers tonight so please stop by & give him some love!! 🌸 💕
Photo: @viktoriahaack #jack_thewolfskin
Looking forward to visit Faroe Islands next year again 👐🏽😍
Gerade gehts über den Bergpass auf 2500m Höhe. Schon gigantisch hier 👌🏽
If you want to get featured in my sunday story, use my hashtag and I will pick 3 of my favourite post from the last week. #toms_week
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Have you ever gotten a full nights sleep and still woken up feeling exhausted? Is it something that happens regularly? Do you feel like you just can’t seem to catch up? I feel you.
I have always been the queen of burning myself to the ground... that whole “rest when you are dead” mentality... and then I got diagnosed with hashimotos and the reality of what I’d been doing all those years had caught up to me.
I know on this app it looks like I am constantly on the go... like I’m always pushing myself and finding new edges... and in a lot of ways I am, but I’ve actually slowed way down this year and become way more intentional with my energy.
I’m home in Colorado today for literally one day before I head back out on my next trip and you know what I did today? Mellow yoga, a facial, and acupuncture. I intentionally used today as a way to rest and restore before I leave again. I’ve also incorporated intentional rest every day in the form of at least 30 mins yoga nidra (which is a deeply restorative yoga practice). I don’t do a million things in one day anymore either. I might do yoga or hike or climb but not all three and if I do a big day I take 1-2 days after to rest.
It’s easy to take these bodies for granted when things are going well but as much as we like to think we are, we are not made like the energizer bunny. Rest is soooo essential. It took me getting an autoimmune condition to really acknowledge that. What about you? What are your favorite ways to rest and restore? (Photo by @evan_soroka)
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🎇🔦YOU OWN THE NIGHT🔦🎇
Location: Lagazuoi ✨
Waking up with a grateful heart this morning after spending an entire day with like-minded women adventuring outdoors. During our hike, our guide shared that we couldn’t have a more intimate connection with nature- what we exhale, the trees inhale and what the trees exhale, we inhale. A beautiful reminder that this Earth keeps us alive and so, we must do what we can to help it thrive. Looking forward to visiting more trees and breathing in the air they provide us and doing what I can to give back through sustainability. Thank you @backcountry + @shopstyle for encouraging women to get outside and find what helps them connect with nature. 🌲 ❤️ #backcountry#findyourbackcountry#stokeseries#ad
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🎇🔦YOU OWN THE NIGHT🔦🎇
Location: Big Sur, California ✨