Sometimes when things get chaotic or stressful in my life, I get this intense feeling of needing to travel, I want to wander the streets and daydream about creating a new life. Am I the only one? It’s not about escaping my reality but more about finding inspiration to make the changes I want to make in my life and getting perspective. .
When I lived in NYC I would wander the streets feeling inspired by the people around me and I’d go to the Met or the MOMA which always inspired me. Now that I’m in Georgia I find myself dreaming a little more. .
The travel section of your home is located in the front right hand side of your space. So deck it out with pictures of where you want to go, place your travel vision board there, or even channel one of your favorite destinations through design so that even when you can’t travel your space can invoke the energy you’re looking for. .
What are your favorite travel inspiration Instagram accounts? Comment and tag them below!
This photo is via @monalogue who gets me dreaming about living in a cottage in the English countryside. .
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Сьогодні мені снився Він.
I dreamt about You last night,
“Here she is, all mine, trying her best to give me all she can. How could I ever hurt her? But I didn’t understand then. That I could hurt somebody so badly she would never recover. That a person can, just by living, damage another human being beyond repair.” Haruki Murakami, South of the Border, West of the Sun
🎭 Agenda de Blocos
7:00 Areia - Leblon
7:00 Taca-Xana - Flamengo
8:00 Bloco do Clareau - Barra da Tijuca
8:00 Me beija, me adota - Barra da Tijuca
8:00 Laranjada Samba Club - Barra da Tijuca
Definitely one of the more interesting and wild weekends I work each year. Always an adventure but never a bad time. 3 stages. 3 days. Multiple DJs and too many subwoofers. And A LOT of banana hammocks. Palm Springs is always a party. Here’s a “calm before the storm” pool photo.
Bánh khọt are savory mini pancakes made from a batter of rice flour, corn starch, tumeric powder and coconut milk. They are made using a unique cast iron pan that looks like a thick cupcake pan. The pan holds the banh khot as they fry in oil.
San Ignacio is a sleepy little colonial town nestled in a date palm oasis. We arrived at the plaza, which is surrounded by beautiful old buildings with pops of color. Immediately you can tell that there’s something different about San Ignacio in comparison to the other Baja towns we’ve seen.
We spent the day searching for Lavanderia Lalo, a one-man laundry business tucked deep into this small town. That itself was quite the adventure, if you can imagine our big ol’ Sprinter driving through the tiny dirt roads! 🚐💨
We absorbed the vibe of San Ignacio — chill and quiet as we walked around, taking in this picturesque place. That night, we got permission from the local policia on duty to park overnight at the plaza, under the Indian laurel trees. It was one of our best nights of sleep. 😴
The next day was Valentine’s Day, even though we had all forgot what day it was. 🤷🏼♀️ Levi and I had a breakfast date, as did Steven and Harv. 🥰 Afterwards, we explored Misión Nuestra Señor San Ignacio de Kadakaamán, a beautiful mission founded in 1728.
We didn’t expect much from San Ignacio. Heck, we didn’t really know what to expect. But after 24 hours in this cute little town, it left an imprint on us that we’ll never forget!
Have you ever traveled to someplace unexpected and were taken away by its beauty and charm? 🌴⛪️
Memories of beautiful Florentine mornings✨
We've spent the past few days at home with our sweet Sebastian and it's been utterly blissful. He's a sweet and unfussy baby who rarely cries and has surprised us with a smile on more than one occasion already.
To say we are completely in love is something of an understatement.
Life is perfect.
What are your plans for the weekend?
Something wild and exciting?
Or keeping things low-key and chill?