Once upon a time someone told me to get this fun little thing and put it on top of my oven. And I howled with laughter because I thought they were poking at my cooking. But then it turned out that they just thought it was the right shape and size for the location. #ivehearditbothways#accurate#adventureawaits
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Location | UNESCO World Heritage Site : Mt. Koya, Wagayama Prefecture, Japan : Jan,2019
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Running away from my responsibilities ♥️ It’s that time of year when it’s easy to take your foot off the pedal but you low key can’t 😂
It’s always a more rewarding break when you feel like you’ve finished everything you can!
What are your goals you want to accomplish before the silly season begins?
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Palmerston Island is a very unique little haven on a remote patch of sandy coral in the south pacific ocean. I really enjoyed this stop so I have a lot to say about it!
Here's Part 1:
Mike and I arrived in the middle of the night with winds and needles of rain whipping around at 30 knots! Snagging a mooring was a challenge in the heavy weather, but finally we secured ourselves and fell asleep in the lee of the island (which was still really bumpy, but MUCH better than the open ocean..) In the morning, a friendly man came out in his aluminum boat to give us the scoop. He introduced himself as our 'host', he would bring officials out to us for check in, and then he would take us ashore for a tour, and to call him on the radio if we needed ANYthing before he got back! 🤗
Once that was done, we climbed into his boat with another couple of cruisers and went for a crazy ride through the shallow lagoon with NO apparent passage between massive coral heads and sand bars. I can't properly describe the skill it takes to navigate a place like this, so you will just have to believe me.
(Thats why they pick you up instead of landing your own dinghy ashore)
The lagoon was a shade of blue that we hadn't seen, even through out Polynesia! We were thoroughly impressed already.
First off, we were thrilled to NOT have to use hand gestures and lots of guessing to communicate because they all spoke English! On our tour, we were told that only 30-something people currently live there, and all but 3 are a descendant from an English man, William Marsters, who settled there in ~1863 with multiple Polynesian wives. He was sent to make Copra for the crown but was basically abandoned and forgotten about after a few years, so when supply ships stopped coming he decided to just make the island his own. William separated the island into 3 sections and started 3 families, one with each of his wives. In time, his 20 some odd children would do the same thing, eventually forming a community on the island!
Honestly, it seemed more like a big group of best friends recently decided to live together on an island..The opposite of what we expected to find on an island this far from other civilization
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The conservatory at Longwood Gardens holds a special place in my heart, as it’s one of the last places I remember spending quality time with my mom. She didn’t end up joining us last minute, but hey, what can you do. Smile, be happy, wear her dope ass jacket.
Holding onto these views before winter weather arrives! ✨ — #StayWild
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At the beginning of this year, I did an 8 day semi-silent retreat where the facilitator implied I should ‘go home for 5 years and do the work’. I had quite a visceral reaction, and imagined sitting in LA traffic, having to work many times more to afford an apartment I’d never be at, etc etc.
As my friend, @aubrays says ‘You can’t heal in the same place that hurt you’, I decided to spend 6-8 months in Bali.
It’s been a minute since I’ve lived anywhere that long, and without having to figure out the flurry of necessities when constantly changing locations, I was afforded a stability, routine - and a backdrop to do the work.
With great company, good surf and good food, I’ve mostly been in an upswing. Of course challenges have come up, but I’ve had the space to explore things as they come up, and feel into things.
At this time, I can’t imagine living anywhere else. As they say, if it ain’t broke don’t fix it.
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Running hills to amazing views is one of my favorite kinds of running! But this summer I ran primarily flat, paved ground in an attempt to regain a little lost speed, for time convenience and race-specific-ish training. Javelina 100k is pretty darn flat when you’re used to running lots of vert, and while I’d rather have trained on flat-ish trails (vs road), finding a route that doesn’t involve lotsa climbing isn’t the easiest where I live unless you’re ok with lotsa short out’n’backs. Much to my surprise my paved runs ended up feeling fantastic and have proven highly beneficial to my running overall. I got to run almost every run with @sirunningalways who is training for a marathon PR, I did end up getting a little lost speed back AND even though I don’t have my most in shape “mountain legs” at the moment, I’ve been shocked to find that I’m actually running hills a bit faster and stronger on my trail runs than I’ve been able to in a REALLY long time! .
Even though I know that mixing things up is super beneficial to a running practice, I’ve found myself getting stuck in the comfortable rut the last few years, and then wondering why I’m not seeing improvement 🤦🏻♀️Duh. So after #JJ100k recovery, I’m going into 2020 with a different training plan in mind. Very different than how I have approached my running & racing ever before, and I’m super excited about it! 😄
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I’ve been unlocking memories lately. I don’t know how or why but I’ll get them in a burst. Things I haven’t thought about since I was a little girl. It’s so vivid. As if I’m right back there, fully united with my subconscious and it’s magical ways of keeping hold of everything I’ve experienced in a sweet and cozy place, waiting to let them bubble up and burst when my mind is ready to accept them. It is teaching me that you can never truly abandon any part of yourself. It will always be there, patiently waiting for You to accept the entirety of your being 📿
What a great birthday celebration that started on Thursday night and ended on Sunday. From being on the Today Show, to the Museum of Natural History, to bringing Grayson to the same location we took our baby announcement photos, @heathleigh17 this birthday weekend was one for the books and you deserved every second of it.😘 #35#todayshow#nyc#adventureawaits#youtalkedtohoda#birthdayweekend
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Movement = medicine 👏🏼Have you guys heard this common phrase? For me even if I’m achy, cranky or just have low energy exercising instantly elevates my mood; esp if I’m exercising outdoors! I feel lucky and blessed 🙏🏼to be living in LA where I can enjoy outdoor hikes and trail walks year round! What do you do to elevate your mood?
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