Grinning because I had a bomb ass workout, I finished pretty much everything I needed to do today and tomorrow is my day off 💕 •
Honestly Monday’s aren’t that bad for me. I like the beginning of the week. It gives me the opportunity to do better, work harder and accomplish more of my goals. I hope you all accomplished all of your goals today 🤙🏽 and crush all of your goals tomorrow
Being one of the oldest cities in the world Lisbon should be on everyone's list to check out. Especially for a digital nomad who is on a budget, money goes a long way in Lisbon compared to other European cities. With its incredible value for one's money, Lisbon has been steadily gaining popularity among digital nomads and travellers. For someone traveling for the first time abroad, Lisbon could be your destination. Also the weather is ideal as it gets more sun than anywhere else in Europe. Many cafés to work from for a digital nomad and the coffee and pastries are delicious. Make sure to try Lisbon's favorite Pastel de Belem with a cup of coffee.
If you have experienced this city, like and comment your nomad experience.
WiFi is 21mbps
Hotel from $75 per night
Airbnb from $72
Dinner is $7.05
Coffee is $1.17
Beer is $2.35
“Imagine there was no ideal/over-accentuated image of love and romance painted in postmodern mass media. How would we love? Would it be purer? More authentic? What would we do differently? Would we fall in love at all if we weren’t constantly being fed an ideal concept of love as the norm in mass media? What is the natural process of human feelings and what is just a projection of how we want to love and want to be lived bass on what we’ve seen on TV and read in books?”
Pondering the question of love as always and sharing some of my thoughts on the blog 💭
"Ownership of most things is overrated. Ownership of worldly experience is not." 🗺
I enjoy fashion and art, but what I love is travel.
My dad wanted me to value travel and cultural experiences over materialism, so he literally took me from California to the New York Island, from the Redwood Forest, to the Gulf Stream Waters, lived in countries on the other side of the world, making sure I climbed mountains, hiked through jungles, flew over the oceans, and sailed the coasts along the way. Because if you're lucky enough to grow old, who gives a damn what designer fashion you wore or luxury car you drove. It's the places you've been and the things that you've seen that will make your life rich.
13 years ago today, my best friend went on a run with his older brother when he was hit and killed by a vehicle. He was just 15. I remember sitting right here and grieving for the friend I lost, the family he left behind, the life he was never going to live. Today, I still feel sadness, but instead focus on what I've learned since the tragedy. I developed a lifelong friendship with his brother I could not be more grateful for, and figured out what was important to me in life which was to be happy, be good, and do good. None of us are promised tomorrow, but I hope that in any event, we can all say we were the best possible person we could have been leading up to it. Be humble. Be kind. ❤ RIP A.J.
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'I imagine a line, a white line, painted on the sand and on the ocean, from me to you.'
🌏🇮🇩Pura Lempuyang. Indonesia.
▶Este conjunto de templos son de los más importantes de la isla de Bali, aunque la mayoría solo visita el templo principal.
▶Su famosa puerta del cielo con el volcán Agung de fondo🌋 y las escaleras del dragón🐲 son los puntos fuertes del recinto.
▶Si tenéis la suerte de presenciar una de sus celebraciones hinduistas, os encantará. Los trajes típicos, las ofrendas y la peculiar música junto con el gran decorado de sus templos crean un ambiente mágico.
▶TIPS👍Si te alojas en Ubud es una de las visitas que encontrarás a más distancia. Madrugar para llegar al templo a primera hora de la mañana te dará la posibilidad de disfrutar del lugar con pocos visitantes.
▶Es obligado hacerse la foto en la puerta más famosa de la isla y, a lo largo de la mañana, la cola puede ser de varias horas ¿Os gusta haceros la foto típica aunque tengáis que esperar un buen rato o, si hay cola, pasáis de ella?