Do you love where you live? I sure do. And I loved seeing these amazing mural artists from all over the world bring life to these walls with their creative and imaginative works. Call me today and I can help you love where you live too. #lovewhereyoulive#art#murals#charlotte@toofly_nyc
The importance of home staging when selling is often underestimated. Staging brings a room to life, showcases spaces and adds context. In a small way, it's like an Instagram filter, enhancing what the eye sees. #lovewhereyoulive
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Yeaaaaaaaaaah... this guy is definitely getting a ticket. .
Learn to work harder on yourself than you do on your job. If you work hard on your job you can make a living, but if you work hard on yourself you'll make a fortune. – Jim Rohn
Reflecting today on my Personal and Professional goals for the last 70 days of the year – and the Decade! 🤔 What do you want to do / experience / be in these last 70 days of the Twenty-Tens? 🤔 (or is it Twenty-Teens? swipe, I’m not the only one to wonder 😂)
I’ll end with another Jim Rohn quote that smacked me today: Days are expensive. When you spend a day you have one less day to spend. So make sure you spend each one wisely 🙏🏼⏳💰🤔💭🌱
The town of Telluride sits at 8,750 feet above sea level, making beautiful spots like this a great place to train for your favorite sports and activities.
But, it’s not the lack of oxygen that makes high altitude training so intense. It’s all about barometric pressure.
At sea level, the weight of the atmosphere pushes more air, including oxygen, into your lungs. The same process happens in your cells — increased pressure allows more air and oxygen to get into your bloodstream.
Working out in high elevations means you experience reduced barometric pressure. Less air is forced into your bloodstream, so your body needs to work harder. Eventually, you’ll develop more red blood cells to help carry oxygen through your body. The result? Better fitness performance!
Thanks to @kimbo_explores for sharing this beautiful photo. It’s a great inspiration to get outside and move your body!
While I still have a ton of photos to process from my trip to Hudson Bay, I got inspired and took the kids out in a little fall color photo exploration this weekend. Stoked to have some Canon G Series cameras in my possession to start teaching aperture, ISO and other camera essentials.
All photos here by June Bug, all of 4 years old. Awesome to see how engaged the kids were in capturing their back yard. #lovewhereyoulive #freerangekids #sierraeastside #fallcolors