Il était une fois, quatre amies qui se disent: Est-ce qu'on s'en va en Asie du Sud-Est après notre troisième année universitaire? Ces quatre filles achetèrent leurs billets d'avion par une belle neuvième journée du mois de novembre. Après quelques mois, une fin de session, une session intensive et un stage en milieu scolaire, ces quatre filles sont enfin prêtes à réaliser ce rêve qui grandit en elles depuis maintenant 171 jours. Le départ de ces quatres amies vers l'Asie était prévu pour ce vendredi, 28 avril 2017. Le Viet Nam, la Thailande et l'Indonésie seront nos destinations pour les 40 prochains jours. ✈️🌅 #travel#traveltheworld#backpacking#backpackingtoasia#southeastasia#friends#friendshipgoals#fourtydays#vietnam#thailand#indonesia
Hakuto jelly is a seasonal Japanese dessert available in the summer. It is made using the juice of ripe hakuto peaches from Okayama and mineral-rich spring water. The texture is very smooth and soft, similar to the texture of the fruit itself. It has a light floral/peach aroma and taste.
Grey & Cold! That's London (England) for you. I don't think we'll get much sun this summer as usual.
Time to book holidays, could anyone recommend good holiday destinations with loads of sightseeing and activities? ☺
When I finally crested the top of this wall I was struck with many things...
Relief, excitement, satisfaction, and even more confidence is myself and my abilities. Not to mention this absolutely stunning view! #fearlessfriday
Happy Arbor Day! This is a repost but back from the day when Instagram only allowed square photos and I don't think that did this scene justice. Taken along the Grasshopper Trail in Humboldt Redwoods State Park. California has some amazing trees. The world's oldest and tallest. Every walk in the woods is a life changing experience.
Nikon D800, f/10, 110, ISO500, Nikkor 16-35mm f/4G ED VR @ 16mm, Lightroom
"Only a life lived for others is a life worthwhile." -Albert Einstein
This week gave me a lot of time to reflect on many things. The one thought that I kept coming back to was how drastically my life has changed in the past year. A year ago I was lost on a path to nowhere and I was constantly worried about the future and never focused on what was in front of me. I knew I was in search of something but I didn't know what it was. And here I am now, a new person transformed, and halfway across the world in Thailand. I lie awake at night sometimes and just reflect on how grateful I am for the life changes that I have been blessed with. I often think about what I would tell myself a year ago if I could go back in time. The first thing I would tell myself is attitude is a choice. You are the one capable of making your day a "great" one or a "terrible" one. I know that life throws its curveballs at us, but you can always choose to stay positive and keep rolling with the punches. Never give up. Instead of offering problems offer solutions. The second thing I'd say is to take it one step at a time. Don't focus on what's five years down the road when you have something right in front of you. The future is always changing and no matter how much you plan ahead it's never going to be the exact way you planned. Focus on what you have and not on what you're without. The last and most important thing I would say is choose a life of greatness, a life helping others. The world is full of people that live for themselves why not be different. I think our biggest problem is that we measure success by what we can get from the world rather than what we can give to it. At the end of my life I want to be able to reflect on all the people I helped, all the experiences I had and all the people I loved. I could care less about what material possessions I had, I just want to know I made a difference in this world. I am so thankful for all of the people who reached out to me and changed my life. I am hoping that I will be able to inspire that exact change in others. Thanks for reading! I hope this post made you think about how you want to live your life! Happy Friday!