2020 has been grey and rainy and the sun is only just starting making an appearance. I’ve been focused on chipping away at the goals I committed to: - Taking care of my mental health,
- Managing my money better,
- Learning about project management.
That’s why last Sunday I went on this very unsexy hike: spent over 1 hour on public transit, book open in my lap, studying, until I reached a trailhead, hiked 3 hours in the slush and rain, before spending another hour getting home.
I trust past Flo who committed to these goals, now I’m just executing their orders. #hike9#52hikechallenge2020
I love me a good throne 👑
Any other @bachelorabc fans out there? I just watched last night's episode and 😳. Peter, honey. 🤦 Honestly, I get it. I think most of us have been in a relationship at some point with someone who pulls the same manipulative bs Victoria does, and we all know how that hamster wheel plays out. It's interesting to see it in action, albeit sad to watch.
How do you think the season will end? I thought for sure he'd end up with Hannah B again, but now I think he falls for Madison, but she leaves him after finding out he sleeps with someone else and he has to chase her down ala Colton.
All I know is, if @tylerjcameron3 needs someone to hold him while he watches his friend go through this tough time, I volunteer as tribute 🙋 Just shootin' my shot 😘
George Washington Carver is regarded as one of America’s greatest agricultural researchers and educators. His innovations in the field of crop rotation are considered breakthroughs in resource conservation, by preserving soil and making farms more productive. .
Carver may have been one of the first scientists to look at systems through the lens of biomimicry; he observed that nature produces no waste—what is consumed is retuned to the whole in another useable form. As we are coming to understand 150 years later, Carver believed that in the natural world everything is a part of the whole. He understood that nothing exists in isolation, everything is inextricably connected, and ignoring that fact can have disastrous effects. .
An intensely spiritual man, Carver believed that God spoke through the beauty of nature and the joy of creating. He taught that any action must be considered in light of its overall long-term consequences, not just it’s immediate benefits.
🏔 New Video ‘Extreme Day Hiking in Japan’s Mountains’: Full episode link in Bio!
The day begins with an amazing climb up to the Hakuba Ridge. Slowly and surely we find out that cycling and hiking fitness are not the same thing. The scenery keeps on being stunning but we start to wear down and get way behind on our itinerary. Will we make it back to the village...
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Climbing the passes of our lives🕊 Today it’s writing an MA, back then it was traversing Mather Pass (3700 m). I know which one I prefer! Silver granite adventures in the High Sierra, living the glory days of #thruhiking 🌈 www.letstrekit.com/day-13-whats-the-mather
Ingin mencoba berkenalan dengan alam tapi takut atau belum punya pengalaman ? Bukan halangan
karena saya mencoba blusukan ke jonggol untuk memperkenalkan diri dengan gunung batu.
Budget dan tidak ada waktu ?
mungkin gunung ini adalah jawaban karena dengan kalian membawa -+100 ribu dan untuk waktu 45mnt - 1 jam sudah bisa menempuh sampai atas dengan keindahan yang lebih dari 100 ribu ciptaan tuhan yang terlihat di atas sini.
Ketinggian bisa dibilang sangat rendah dengan 875MDPL
Yakin ga mau berkenalan dengan alam ?
ga bosen emang dengan padatnya kota ?
hihihi OPEN YOUR EYES 👀 #alamindonesia#gunungbatujonggol#salamlestari#bukananakkota#advanture#hikingculture#hikinglife