📍Leribe, Lesotho 🇱🇸.
During my trip to Lesotho, we tried not to use too much technology that wasn’t easily assesible to them. Largely because we didn’t want to hinder their education by introducing something new they actually couldn’t all have consistently. However, on the last day some of the children asked to take pictures on our phones. This is one of my favourites. I regularly look back at these pictures and smile, remembering how special these children were.
We decided that we wanted to explore our "backyard" a little more than we have been. I am a 6th generation born and bred St George girl, and I LOVE this town. There are always things to do and see. So grateful to live in such an incredible place! #stgeorgeutah#owensloop#lularoeamber#adventuresinpolkadots
Stand Wood above #chatsworthhouse has many surprises including this the folly, known as The Aqueduct with four immense arches with a waterfall falling from the end. In 12 years of visits I've never seen it to be more than a dribble, but after weeks of rain this #Autumn , there is a worthy reward for our 8 mile hike (ignoring the hog roast later)
Marie Kondo’d the very reason that brought me to New York. 🗽 I moved here from the west coast to get my Masters in Marriage and Family Therapy, which I did. Graduated with a 4.0, but failed my licensing exam by 1 point (I actually forgot this even happened until my friend reminded me last night!). 🤣
Funny enough, the universe had other plans for me. 🤷🏻♀️ I ended up fulfilling my childhood dream of being an actor and took up martial arts again. Sometimes, the child in us had it right the first time and as adults 🧠, we forget to dream. ✨
It only took: two bachelor diplomas; the NCAA 🎾; a Masters Degree; a Social Work career; and a fateful day of working at the Cheesecake Factory, where I happened to drop off a Chinese Chicken Salad (I will NEVER forget that table order!) for an agent, who gave me the best piece of career advice — study with Anthony Abeson. 🔮 I found him, joined his class, and never wanted to leave.
Before I knew it, I had the honor of sharing the screen with actors I grew up watching and loving. And, thanks to Hinds opening up on my block, I get to punch people 🥊 and cuddle/choke them to death 🥋. ❤️
This photo was meant to be an IG story, but here I am unloading my life story. So, here’s to dreaming and stepping into our gifts. 🙏🏻
@chefazimmerman could have been Rock God Andrew Zimmerman. He started out playing saxophone then learned guitar and was in a series of punk bands in the '80s. "None of them went very far," he says, "so, I needed to find something else that I was good at." He always washed dishes in restaurants to pay for his guitars, and eventually as he began to work more in kitchens, he realized he'd been in the right place all along. Plus, people actually paid him to cook, which helped.
Join us and Andrew as we take on Vietnam and Cambodia, from scooter street food tasting to cruising bucolic river canals. Link in bio for more!
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Spring in all it’s glory.
Making moments is my mission.
It’s always memorable at the Tasman Peninsula.
There are countless ways of enjoying the moment. The thing is to just do it, however you choose to do it☺️ One really sweet way to experience the autumn sunset and transition into twilight is grabbing a can of your favorite beverage and riding or hiking through the amazing places all around here on the #slowcoast
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Emperor Lake in Stand Wood above #chatsworthhouse . Looking incredible despite the rain and the fog on this amazing #Autumn day
SPRING BREAK YOGA VACATION VIBES! May 23-27, 2020 with @heathernamaste! Let’s have FUN and PAMPER ourselves! It may just be turning cold and holiday like ... but we keep spring break in our hearts all year long! Only 8 rooms left ... spring break fills up FAST! #yoga#yogavacation#getblissed
What would be cities without architecture?
Even though I absolutely love nature and I feel so free when I’m in the sea or in the jungle, I also admire stunning architecture. When you see all these beautiful arches, domes, colors, paintings you realize how far our minds can go. We’re not only rational thinking human beings but also creative and expressive. And if you really think about that, this is what distinguishes is from all the other creatures on earth 🌍
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For the fun of it.
A little context: 5 of us set up camp on this beach somewhere along the coast of nor cal. The weather was garbage all day and then for about 45 min it exploded for sunset. I took this of @canevariphoto after we lost our minds and just sat taking in this short period of time.