Cc.@zeebalife I have a burning desire to CONNECT with people. I hate small talk. I want to have DEEP intellectual conversations of all things “controversial” with everyone. Talk politics, religion, beliefs, and yes - even sports 😅 with me. TELL ME, what does life mean to you, what are your desires and your fears, what are the things you CRAVE the most, what is YOUR purpose. No meaningful conversation meant to impact someone is superficial, rather it’s meant to have DEPTH⭐️
WHO is that ONE person that you can talk for hours and conversations go from “it’s so hot outside” to “what is the meaning of life and what exactly are we here for? 🤔💭 For me, it’s my hubby 💕 For those who know us, we cant speak about anything that we are passionate about lightly 😅🤓🙈
8 561 hours ago
So vegan nachos (with BBQ pulled jackfruit) were a hit with @keithbolognese too bad I made enough for a family of 8 😂 swipe through to see the goodies!
5 311 hours ago
SPOV is in the air! Nasdaq this week! Here we go!!!
When @avie_belle and I think we look really pretty, take a selfie and it turns out like this 🤣🙈
But we don’t even care! 🤷🏻♀️🤷🏻♀️ Because our convos nourish our souls 🤩
Thank you Ave for your amazing company, the delicious dinner and the scary stories we talked about later that caused my nightmare 🔨🤯👹🧟♂️🌪🎥🔪🕳
What are you going to do today to #nourishyoursoul ?? 👂🏽
Consistent design of the color and the blade. LIKE if you love this design.
1 252 hours ago
Since we came up with idea of documenting our adventures on this Instagram and our blog, Garrett and I have talked a lot about how to take travel photos worth posting.
Photographs are great because they do a few things: capture memories, tell stories, and freeze moments.
Anyone can snap a picture, but taking interesting pictures trickier.
I've worked with professionals for my personal blog (@phildoddsphoto took these ones!) and my best friend @desireesandlin is an incredible photographer, and through them I've learned a few tricks I thought I'd share. 📸 Good lighting is *so* important, especially if you're shooting on a cell phone. Shoot with natural light if you can, and download an app to find out when golden hour is wherever you are. 📸 Snap a few pictures. Posing for pictures is awkward, and usually you want it over asap. BUT if you want the perfect shot, have the person behind the camera keep snapping, and keep making small pose changes. 📸 Travel photos should have a subject! No matter how beautiful the view is, if you're in a popular destination people have seen pictures of that same view 100 times. Try putting something interesting in the foreground and using the view as a backdrop. 📸 Play around with perspective! I dont have a photographer's eye, but luckily Phil does and during this shoot he had me lay down in the pine needles and the pictures turned out amazing! Take risks - if it doesnt work it doesnt work, but if it does the results can be incredible! 📸 Self timers are your friend! If you cant get anyone to take a picture for you, set up your self timer, frame your shot, and jump in the picture!
What are your best travel photography tips? .
MOOD. My body may be in freezing DC. But, my spirit is on vacation!
*Insert Dance Break* My husband and I are going on vacationnnnnnnnnn 😩🙌🏾 So, I’m channeling this vacay look from last summer.
What are your vacation plans for this year? Let me know 👇🏾
5 673 hours ago
Happy Birthday to this fiery chef, restaurateur, author and TV show host, @guyfieri!
Keep on rockin' the nation with your widely loved and delicious creations!
The Sheppard had the pleasure of working with Guy on a @livenation project to bring full-service, foodie focused, pop-up restaurants to suburban and rural All-American cities. The result was over 35 installations at Live Nation venues across the United States for patrons to enjoy a top chef, gourmet experience featuring one of their all-time favorites! And we had a damn good time doing it.
HBD Mr. Fieri! 🎉 #guyfieri#livenation#sheppardinnovation
I reported my very first breaking news story on Sunday - and unfortunate fatality. When APD arrived on the scene at Twelve Hotel on W Peachtree St. in Atlanta, they found a man shot to death inside of the parking deck right behind me here. Police investigations indicate it was the result of a drug transaction gone wrong.