It’s 2018 and we’re all just getting started. With that being said, I’m looking forward to create with as many people as possible this year. Tag somebody you think i should work with in 2018 in a comment! // ft. @jasminexonoonan
[NEW DANCE VIDEO]
Thank you @ildmj and @ildphotos for giving me the opportunity to dance with you guys again! 💕 Honestly, this dance was a big challenge for me but I’m more than happy and proud that I took it on. 👏 Hope everyone will enjoy! Link is in my bio!
All credits go to I LOVE DANCE.
McDonald’s body 🍟🍔 One second after having this picture taken, I fell into the swimming pool (I was trying to balance myself on the ramp to get into the pool) 😅 for the delight of my boyfriend, who OF COURSE had to take a shot of that moment! While I was posing I was internally laughing because @josetorrejono kept motivating me like “Mamacitaaa, uhhh, que rico” 🤣🤣🤣 Replying now to @ele_lolita : I actually didn’t have much money to come here, I think I had just 1000€ on me, so I had to get help to buy the ticket (with the promise of returning the money one day) from my parents. All I had left in my bank account was used for me to survive here for the first month while I was looking for a job, and to pay for my visa (Working Holiday Visa). Sydney is one of the most expensive cities in the world, and my money went fast! I found my first job a little over a month since my arrival, as a nail technician in a really fancy Australian shopping center, called David Jones. It was not the best paid job in the world, but I liked it and I felt like I could be myself there (colourful hair, exposed tattoos, got my own clients, etc). I found my first apartment a little before finding a job; before that, I stayed in hostels (good for making new friends!) After 6 months, my hours at work dropped drastically because the summer season was over. That was a big problem since I needed to move in with my boyfriend for the first time, and I needed more money. And that’s when all my troubles started... 🤦🏼♀️
Buenas noches pasajeras, pasajeros, y usuarios no binarios. Esta tarde noche les traigo esta imagen de @charlienoya . Son dos las razones por las que elegí esta imagen (ambas conectadas): por un lado, la imagen me recuerda el viaje a la velocidad de la luz de Star Wars. Lo que me lleva a la segunda razón por la que la elegí: ayer falleció una de las mujeres con mayor influencia en la literatura de ciencia ficción y fantasía, Ursula K. Le Guin. Ganadora de Pulitzers, Nebulas y Hugos, los cuento y novelas de Le Guin marcaron a generaciones y generaciones de escritores y lectores. Uno de sus textos mas famosos, “La Mano Izquierda de la Obscuridad”, fue de las primeras novela de la ciencia ficción moderna en presentar personajes que cambiaban de genero. Si tienen la oportunidad, lean alguna de sus novelas: “Un Mago de Terramar” si les gusta la fantasia, o “La Mano Izquierda de la Obscuridad” si les gusta la ciencia ficción. ———————————————
No olviden visitar la galería de @charlienoya y continuar usando el #metrochilango ———————————————-
Selección: @eyeofivan —————————————
Both @chancelorperez and I have been dealing with a series of setbacks to the trip lately and it’s definitely easy to start feeling discouraged. But then I go out to one of the many beautiful spots around me; All negative feelings are gone, and I’m completely content 🌲