Along with mountaineering skills I also learnt the most important skill in life is to
1. Trust yourself
2. Explore your potential
3. You are stronger than you think
4. Your Mind controls your Body
5. Passion & Determination determines if you can achieve you goals or not
6. Never forget to have fun
7. Build good relations with everyone
Little bit of Courage and Determination can make even weak person climb a peak.
Liikunnalla on tutkitusti positiivinen vaikutus kehonkuvaan ja itsetuntoon. Aamiaisella luin Hesaria, jossa kerrottiin, että tiedemaailmassa on alettu miettiä, voiko myös äärimmäinen lihaksikkuuteen tähtäävä käyttäytyminen olla syömishäiriö?
Positiivinen tai myönteinen kehonkuva liitetään usein ulkonäköseikkoihin. Itse ajattelen sitä enemmänkin toiminnallisuuden kautta- siihen mihin kaikkeen kehoni oikein pystyykään! Aina ei ole ollut näin- linkki profiilissa blogiin ja aiempaan postaukseeni 🙏🏼
Lempeyttä ja armollisuutta. Kiitos kehoni tänäänkin ❤️
The Bay Islands in Honduras are home to some of the best diving on the planet and arguably Central America's best dive sites. The MesoAmerican Barrier Reef (the world's second longest) runs from Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula down towards the Bay Islands and is a hotspot for marine life.
Of the 3 main islands, Roatan is the largest and most developed, famed for its mountain range, pine forests and white sand beach developments.
Guanaja is the eastern-most and least visited of the 3 islands - picture tranquil beachside village, waterfall hikes and an "off the beaten track" feel to it.
Utila is the closest island to the Honduran mainland - only an hour ferry ride from La Ceiba - and is popular with backpackers and divers. One of the cheapest places in the world to learn how to dive, Utila has a lively international community and also attracts marine visitors to its its tropical waters - Whale Sharks can be spotted by divers and snorkelers right near the island!
Have you ever dived in the Bay Islands? 🇭🇳
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I went to Ethiopia with my daughter on a trip that included two amazing community trekking trips. I have travelled A LOT and the people we met in Ethiopia were the most welcoming, involving and friendly that I have ever met. I took these photos which I hope give you a flavour of the diverse and wonderful community of northern Ethiopia and I urge you to visit one day.
“In nature, light create the color. In the picture, color creates the light” - Hans Hofmann
Colors change in a matter of a few minutes at dawn, and the same landscape looks different as the sun rises. These frames were shot in a interval of a few minutes, at the foothills of the Annapurna Himalayas. Check out the light & colors on the peaks and the landscape as the light changes. Swipe for more 👉
To be honest I’m a hugely inward person. I don’t like to share much about my feelings, emotions, experiences etc. I find it’s often easier to plaster on a smile and keep going.
But here is a reminder that it is totally normal and okay to feel your feelings! Not everyday is going to be the best, most productive and the most successful. And that’s okay!
I struggle immensely with mental health (now that was a struggle to write), and although I won’t and hardly ever go into detail about it (bar a few people) it’s totally okay. Do what you want to do, and remember that there are so many more people out there to help than you think!