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  • Paris in the Spring 🌸
  • Paris in the Spring 🌸
  • 1,502 29 19 April, 2019
  • In awe of Earth. Go out of your way to make mindful day-to-day decisions that don’t harm our planet. Start small. Everyone can do something. There’s no excuse. #everdayisearthday
  • In awe of Earth. Go out of your way to make mindful day-to-day decisions that don’t harm our planet. Start small. Everyone can do something. There’s no excuse. #everdayisearthday
  • 111 3 12 hours ago
  • Beautiful Mongolia
  • Beautiful Mongolia
  • 838 19 19 hours ago
  • #MaltaDoors
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Can we just take a moment to take in this glorious facade?? Love the long, narrow louvered side ‘door’... although they can be opened, entirely, these are actually windows or mini balcony type apertures which can’t actually double up as external front doors. Have you spotted any?
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    Can we just take a moment to take in this glorious facade?? Love the long, narrow louvered side ‘door’... although they can be opened, entirely, these are actually windows or mini balcony type apertures which can’t actually double up as external front doors. Have you spotted any?
  • 1,240 23 20 April, 2019

Latest Instagram Posts

  • Framed in France 🇫🇷 Glimpses of my last visit to Paris & Reims ⚜️ PS: You can’t finish Louvre in a day
  • Framed in France 🇫🇷 Glimpses of my last visit to Paris & Reims ⚜️ PS: You can’t finish Louvre in a day
  • 4 1 9 hours ago
  • Framed in France 🇫🇷 Glimpses of my last visit to Paris & Reims ⚜️ PS: You can’t finish Louvre in a day
  • Framed in France 🇫🇷 Glimpses of my last visit to Paris & Reims ⚜️ PS: You can’t finish Louvre in a day
  • 5 1 9 hours ago
  • We spent Easter holidays outdoors exploring different parts of Jurassic Coast of Dorset. It stretches from Exmouth in East Devon to Studland Bay in Dorset, a distance of about 96 miles (154 km). We stopped at the Durdle Door, Portland Bill Lighthouse, West Bay and some villages along the way. What can I say... the area is lovely but never ever I travel at bank holidays again... I actually say this every time I go somewhere on an official day off for the entire county 😁
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Ok enough about the past weekend. Today’s post is to say that we are super excited about a new member of our travel team who will be joining us later this year! 😉👶🏻🥰
  • We spent Easter holidays outdoors exploring different parts of Jurassic Coast of Dorset. It stretches from Exmouth in East Devon to Studland Bay in Dorset, a distance of about 96 miles (154 km). We stopped at the Durdle Door, Portland Bill Lighthouse, West Bay and some villages along the way. What can I say... the area is lovely but never ever I travel at bank holidays again... I actually say this every time I go somewhere on an official day off for the entire county 😁
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    Ok enough about the past weekend. Today’s post is to say that we are super excited about a new member of our travel team who will be joining us later this year! 😉👶🏻🥰
  • 457 41 9 hours ago
  • The day I realized I need a black workshop inside my greenhouse. 
Well, I do need an actual greenhouse before that’s possible, but isn’t the first step just manifesting it to the universe? ✔️
  • The day I realized I need a black workshop inside my greenhouse.
    Well, I do need an actual greenhouse before that’s possible, but isn’t the first step just manifesting it to the universe? ✔️
  • 262 10 9 hours ago
  • #Hiking. What a gorgeous sunrise in China, without the sun, but still a sunrise. 😃
  • #Hiking . What a gorgeous sunrise in China, without the sun, but still a sunrise. 😃
  • 137 9 10 hours ago
  • Today we are featuring our Favorite Post by @ fakander
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My secret weapon all week long!  dry shampoo never fails, I keep the travel size one in my bag or pocket wherever I go!
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  • Today we are featuring our Favorite Post by @ fakander
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    My secret weapon all week long! dry shampoo never fails, I keep the travel size one in my bag or pocket wherever I go!
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  • 15 2 10 hours ago
  • Oh how she danced all over the night sky. #Tromsø
  • Oh how she danced all over the night sky. #Tromsø
  • 48 3 10 hours ago
  • Road trip scenic road pit stop
  • Road trip scenic road pit stop
  • 119 2 11 hours ago
  • 15 2 11 hours ago
  • Pic 1 is a real pic of me being mean to myself because (like all of us) I was taught that the way to be a good person is to be really hard on myself when I mess up so that through operant conditioning (like a dog) I will learn to get better.

Pic 2 is a real pic of me loosening up a bit, realizing hey we all f up from time to time, and kinda just smiling/looking cute/being a friend to myself because I realized this mistake does nothing but further connect me to all the other humans on this earth who have once made mistakes -which is all of us.

My instateacher @glennondoyle shared this a couple weeks ago and it stopped me in my tracks. It is in response to her friend asking her how, after all her screw ups she keeps on, stronger than before. Glennon says this:

I think that my secret is that I forgive myself *relentlessly*. Just relentlessly. It annoys people how freely and relentlessly I forgive myself. The truth is that I just don’t understand living any other way. Shame is so... *self indulgent and power zapping*. It leaves us useless. To ourselves, to our people, to the world. Self flagellation is not a badge of honor. It doesn’t make us worthy It just makes us - *kind of a drag*. And It takes us out of the game. Who has time? What are we doing here, if not learning and growing and trying again? Why can’t we do that with some lightness and tenderness and humor? •

We are not machines that simply output good or bad, right or wrong. We are humans. Beautiful wonderful beings that, since our consciousness began, we have been trying to fully describe.

For me, forgiveness is wrapping this Divine into myself.

It is grabbing hold to the belief that regardless of what I have done or will do, I as human, you as human, are worthy of 
being heard and seen,
being known
and being loved.

We’re more than dog training.
  • Pic 1 is a real pic of me being mean to myself because (like all of us) I was taught that the way to be a good person is to be really hard on myself when I mess up so that through operant conditioning (like a dog) I will learn to get better.

    Pic 2 is a real pic of me loosening up a bit, realizing hey we all f up from time to time, and kinda just smiling/looking cute/being a friend to myself because I realized this mistake does nothing but further connect me to all the other humans on this earth who have once made mistakes -which is all of us.

    My instateacher @glennondoyle shared this a couple weeks ago and it stopped me in my tracks. It is in response to her friend asking her how, after all her screw ups she keeps on, stronger than before. Glennon says this:

    I think that my secret is that I forgive myself *relentlessly*. Just relentlessly. It annoys people how freely and relentlessly I forgive myself. The truth is that I just don’t understand living any other way. Shame is so... *self indulgent and power zapping*. It leaves us useless. To ourselves, to our people, to the world. Self flagellation is not a badge of honor. It doesn’t make us worthy It just makes us - *kind of a drag*. And It takes us out of the game. Who has time? What are we doing here, if not learning and growing and trying again? Why can’t we do that with some lightness and tenderness and humor? •

    We are not machines that simply output good or bad, right or wrong. We are humans. Beautiful wonderful beings that, since our consciousness began, we have been trying to fully describe.

    For me, forgiveness is wrapping this Divine into myself.

    It is grabbing hold to the belief that regardless of what I have done or will do, I as human, you as human, are worthy of
    being heard and seen,
    being known
    and being loved.

    We’re more than dog training.
  • 74 5 11 hours ago
  • A river of mud
  • A river of mud
  • 29 1 11 hours ago
  • In awe of Earth. Go out of your way to make mindful day-to-day decisions that don’t harm our planet. Start small. Everyone can do something. There’s no excuse. #everdayisearthday
  • In awe of Earth. Go out of your way to make mindful day-to-day decisions that don’t harm our planet. Start small. Everyone can do something. There’s no excuse. #everdayisearthday
  • 111 3 12 hours ago
  • Diving in the deep end
  • Diving in the deep end
  • 97 1 12 hours ago
  • Restoration work on the Stepped Pyramid of Djoser at Saqqara. ⁣
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It was designed by Imhotep, who is widely believed to be the mastermind and inventor of large scale stone architecture. ⁣⁣
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This structure has been standing for ~ 4,700 years and is believed to be the first (THE OG!) pyramid to grace the Ancient Egyptian landscape. ⁣
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#🤯
  • Restoration work on the Stepped Pyramid of Djoser at Saqqara. ⁣
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    It was designed by Imhotep, who is widely believed to be the mastermind and inventor of large scale stone architecture. ⁣⁣
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    This structure has been standing for ~ 4,700 years and is believed to be the first (THE OG!) pyramid to grace the Ancient Egyptian landscape. ⁣

    #🤯
  • 20 2 12 hours ago