This is your life, you came into this earth zone for a divine purpose and you have an appointed time to complete your purpose and then you exit (die). So many humans are afraid to exit not realising that they exit every night when they sleep!
Fear is an illusion which has been implanted into our minds via the media which we absorb in to our psyche on a daily basis.
Our lives have become FEAR BASED instead of LOVE BASED! The fear of dying can prevent us from living!
The ONLY way to TRULY live is in your TRUTH! If you are NOT living in your truth, you are NOT LIVING.
I encourage you to find your whole truth and nothing but your truth and live it truthfully and respectfully!
You owe this to yourself!
If you need spiritual or emotional guidance in order to find your truth, I invite you to come and talk with BushMama on what's app! If you would like to arrange a session with me, DM me.
BushMama Loves You x
Looking back from where I was and who I was a year ago is truly amazing.
I was working a tedious and soul sucking 10 hour a day job..Scrolling through instagram and dreaming of walking the beaches in the Maldives, eating my way through Italy, hiking the Grand Canyon, or diving in the Great Barrier Reef.
My dreams seemed so large and far away at the time, and if I hadn’t made the decision 4 years ago to learn how to earn an income for myself online, I might still be stuck at that job.
When I first got started online I was hesitant to say the least. I saw so many people making an income, so I knew it was possible, however, I was holding myself back, because I kept telling myself “what if I can’t do this”.
I kept saying to myself, “I’m not a tech guy. I’m not great on computers. I don’t have a lot of followers on social media.”
But I realized something….I realized that if I wanted to chase my dreams and live a happier life, that I needed to stop saying “what if I can’t” and START saying ‘WHAT IF I CAN”.
If you want something bad enough, you’ll make it happen, and that’s exactly what I did.
A year later, I’ve experienced one of my biggest weeks online while walking the beaches in the Maldives.
My dreams are becoming a reality and I want you to be able to say the same..I’ve already done all the hard work for you and now I’ve mapped out a path to success for you.
All you have to do is follow my lead, and it’ll set you up to have the EXACT same (or greater) success I’ve experienced.
Go to the link in my bio and see for yourself what I do online and how I’m helping hundreds of others do the same.
That time when one of your life loves comes over with pre Cambodia long haul trip survivor kit in form of movie screeners, homemade soap, Swiss schnapps and a bat ornament just because she loves you. #travelinggirl#nomadiclife#soulmates @erinmaxick
"First night wandering out of my comfort zone. All the stories I have heard about the seedier side of travelling South East Asia should have been taken with a grain of salt. All the time I wasted being afraid of what might possibly happen if I did this or that.
Not everyone was out there to get me, just as I was not out there to get them. At that moment I felt safer then anywhere else I had ever been to date. It was so calm and peaceful walking the streets at night. Everyone was just going about their day, minding their own business, living life ... 🙂
Lost One - Epik High 🎧
We cooked Moroccan dishes for dinner tonight, & when I closed my eyes and breathed in the smells of the bright yellow saffron-blend tagine spices I was transported-
back to colorful streets, the clacking of horse hooves outside, & the calls of the man with his cart of fresh fruit and veggies as he wandered our neighborhood announcing the options of the day.
& I got the travel bug all over again ❤🌍
Too many times (especially in the midst of it) I get discouraged about our travels - wonder if they're worth the heartache of being far from family & friends, the stress of being immersed in a new culture and language, the financial strain & uncertainty of where we will be in 6 months.
Too many times [ALL the time] I show you the fun days, the "tourist" times, the best parts of difficult days without acknowledging the constant tension that is living in a culture that is not your own.
Days like today are nice, because I realize that hindsight is 20/20. I realize that I can now better empathize with the displaced, the countryless, & those who feel they don't belong in their own countries. I have a new understanding and appreciation of North African cultures & their values (as well as other cultures we've immersed ourselves in), & I recognize and admit that no matter how hard I try not to, I do have implicit biases. .
Most [ALL] of the time I have no idea what I'm doing, or why I'm doing it.
But I know I'm changing & growing.
So I have hope for the future & faith in the journey ❤
PS sorry not sorry for writing a whole blog post on this adorable photo of a Moroccan cat 😻
This is the view if you sit on the Throne Seat on Malaysia Airlines A350.
What I love most from A350 new Business Class seats is that the seat arrangement is great for everybody - for families with toddler, business travelers, or couples. There are only 4 Throne seats like this on MH A350 and perfect for those who needs to work in-flight ;)
Details of the seats and my good (and bad) experiences of the flight will be on our blog soon.
Ini view depan jika kamu duduk di Throne Seat Malaysia Airlines A350.
Yang kusuka di kapal terbaru MH A350 ini adalah pengaturan kursi-kursinya pas banget buat setiap orang (misalnya buat keluarga dengan balita, business traveler, atau pasangan yang sedang honeymoon). Mereka menyediakan 4 kursi tipe ini di A350 yang pas buat orang yang perlu bekerja selama penerbangan.
Spent the day at the National Gallery of Art. What a frigid, ice cold day to use the Metro and walk 2 blocks to the museum. BUT it was so worth it to catch the Ver Meer exhibit and discover beautiful works of Art with family.
My body feels like its recovering from a month’s worth of festivities. It can’t seem to get fully well! I know, it’s only been a week, but come on! That’s long enough. 👊🏽 Good things happening but better to come - I know it.
This was my happy place. We all need one and as we move around from town to town we still need one. I have been out of college now for just over a year but while I was enrolled I went Deerfield Park. This park was located just out of town but when I was there it felt like I was in another country. The separation from my stresses and responsibilities for a length of time ultimately is what helped me graduate. Where is your happy place?
It may look like I didn’t sweat to go here, but I did. Also because I was wearing the wrong “shoes” I almost slipped down the hill 😂 Lesson learned: always wear proper hiking shoes. :)
Ok... actually 1 more photo of the Bodie Island Lighthouse because I came here late anyway, and then it got dark really fast while I was making plans for the next 24 hours, and then HELLO BEAUTIFUL NIGHT SKY!
7 states, 1 year, 2 vans (VANessa and Ellen DeVaneres), countless bottles of wine, over 36000kms & still so much more of Australia to explore. I count myself extremely fortunate for the beautiful friendships I have made, breathtaking places I have seen and happy moments I have shared with my love @seanbfunkin 🥂🚐🌏
Is the Canadian Dream over for us? After being away traveling, we returned to find our truck missing from the storage yard (Our camper is fine). We are lucky it was found on a construstion site but with extensive damage to the body and the under carriage. The b*astards didn't even steal it because it was a beautiful truck, they just needed it to cause more destruction and pain. We loved this truck enough that we invisioned traveling the world with it. To say we are heartbroken is an understatement. The truck was part of our beautiful home that we are very proud of. We are very lucky to still have our camper but our truck was the heart of our home. Yes we can buy another truck but not this one...he was our pride and joy! Our baby! We really hope karma pays the scum back 1000% fold and some!
Tomorrow I’ll continue my explorations of the national seashore here and some wildlife refuges along the Outer Banks. This is a beautiful area and it’s nice being here during the off season when it’s not so busy. Although... I’d also take a +15° if that were possible.
Bodie Island Lighthouse is one of many historic lighthouses along the shores of the Cape Hatteras National Seashore. This is the 3rd version of this lighthouse; the 2nd was blown up during the Civil War.
We love the idea of leather handles for the upper green cabinets in the kitchen. The options we found online were a bit out of our price range so we made these ourselves for less then $2/each. Check in tomorrow to see how they look installed...
“In commemoration of the conquest of the air”... Fortunately I know the dream of what it’s like to conquer the skies, since I’ve begun paragliding. But I stood at the top of this hill, where the Wright brothers learned to fly through hundreds of gliding flights, thinking about what it must have been like to be some of the FIRST humans to fly. I wanted to take out my own glider and see if I could get away with a quick glide down the hill, to see if the site was sacred and led to flight nirvana, but ended up being wiser than that.