I’ve moved 20 times in 25 years. I’m used to changes. I like changes. Usually the minute I settle down I’m ready for a new adventure🙈 That’s probably part of why I love to travel so much. I love going to new places, seeing what kind of lives people lead there and what kind of nature is there⛰🌿 My biggest goal in life right now is to travel the world. I don’t want to wait until I’m retired. The time to do it is right now!✨
Last year Justin and I found out about ‘van life’ which immediately seemed like the right way to travel the world. 2020 will be the year for us to get a van, make it into a tiny home and start living the adventure!🌎🚐 We want to go see all the states, then South America, then Europe and then the rest of the world. Yeah, my dreams might be big but I know that I can do anything I put my mind to. We all can. If you have big dreams you will grow into them. With persistence and belief.
What is your biggest goal? What is your soul longing for?💫
We're home! We actually got home yesterday afternoon, but we were exhausted and accidentally took a 3 hour nap!🤣 I love vacations, eating ALL the food, everything! But, I ALWAYS feel like crap by the time I get home! Maybe one day I'll have more self control on vacations, but I love to treat myself for a week just like everyone else. I also didn't work out at all last week, but it actually felt good to give myself a little break! It's always a little hard to start back up again though, and that's why I like to start again right away! None of that "I'll just start on Monday" stuff going on here!
Is anyone else ready to get started? To get back on track?🙋♀️ If that's you, send me a message and let's do this together!
Find your way to happiness. Sometimes I have no idea of where I want to redirect my life but there is something I am really sure about: travelling makes me so happy.
I was so excited for my first 11 hours flight with my friends. On our first stop we have visited San Francisco & Yosemite. After California, we headed Grand Canyon National Park, carved by the Colorado river in Arizona. Stunning Views from West Rim.
Day 6 was chilly and wet in the UP, cruising along the Whitefish Bay Scenic Byway, the southern coast of Lake Superior. Detour through Tahquamenon Falls State Park. Trying to convince my Floridian travel companions that it will warm up when the sun comes out 😬
Channeling that damn fine Cali sunset 🌅 Muchas Gracias to @anthonyletron who decided to be my personal paparazzo and awesome tour guide for afternoon around LA that involved glorious food truck tacos, intergalactic times and sneaky hidden drinks 🍷😘🇺🇸
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Stunning glaciers in georgous Prince William Sound.
Yesterday kicked off the very first Mickey’s Not So Scary of the season, believe it or not! 😱 This year, the party sees some new things including a new interactive treat trail at Monsters Inc. Laugh Floor and attractions with some spooky additions. 🎃🍬
👻As it gets closer to Halloween, tickets can be quick to run out. If you’re contemplating adding this to your family’s vacation, do so now! ✨ DM or visit link in bio. 📷 by the talented @tradzak
We were driving along the PCH1, I came across this beautiful landscape. We couldn't stop the car as we were getting late for our next destination but nothing stopped me. Clicked this picture while the car was moving at 70 miles per hour but still I could manage to focus well.
Sometimes we put pressure on ourselves to move mountains in order to feel worthy. We convince ourselves that having success and changing the world has to look like pushing a boulder up a very large hill. I know because I do it all the time.
But maybe just for today we can instead focus on being a little kinder. Having more gratitude. Showing a stranger love. Practicing compassion and acceptance. Giving someone a hug. These small practices that we all already know how to do might not change the world tomorrow, but they can certainly change someone's world today, right? Just a few things I’m thinking about on this Monday 🤓
📍 Big Bend National Park, USA