Grand Palace with Grand People! Check out the Grand Cartoon Elephant T-shirts we were forced to buy to cover our scandalous shoulders. #GrandPalace#GirlsWhoLoveTravel
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Being a cat lady isn't always a bad thing. 🐱 #taptoshop
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TIRED OF THE CONSTANT TURMOIL?
I get ya. It can be rough
There are 3 key pillars to releasing the turmoil and recreating ourselves.
First of all, what is this turmoil I speak of?
I don’t mean your outside world,
I mean your inside world
The constant stress
The little voice tell you you aren’t good enough
The negative self chatter that screams so loud when you are about to do something new
Then fear that keeps you frozen and stuck
Trying to convince yourself you are fine, when you feel like you are dying inside
The turmoil we don’t speak of, but keep hidden behind the makeup, the fake smile, the social lite attitude, the constant business.
The turmoil we try to drown out with wine, aggressive workouts, gossip and reality TV.
But it doesn’t die.
It’s because we haven’t addressed the root.
That Thailand retreat we will do yoga and the practices associated with growth
As well as dive deep into our beings utilizing the 3 pillars:
Courage, remembrance, and peace
1. Remembrance of who we truly are. Remembering our power, our mission, our capabilities.
2. Peace - returning to the state of peace that is our birthright, that is our nature, in the present moment, our true essence and settling that inner turmoil within us
3. Courage to undergo transformation, courage to be open and honest, courage to be vulnerable, courage to look at our fears and bring them in to light, courage to move through them and take action despite of the unknown. Courage to release the things no longer serving us
If you are tired of living in this turmoil, come and get away from the daily life, the distractions, the people and situations keeping you stuck
Come and take this week to fully immerse yourself in growth, community, and the nature.
Ever Worked Out with Millions of People?
Bogotá‘s Ciclovía is a public holiday every Sunday that shuts down over 75 miles of road in the city. People are encouraged to bike, jog, and walk without the worry of cars in the street!
They also have free, instructed classes in parks that you can take part in (seen pictured). Such a cool way to get people active and enjoying their day outside!
Don’t worry. If activity isn’t your thing...they have tons of food vendors too!
This is of the only pictures where I look relatively “normal”. Nearly a year ago today, I trudged 7 miles in the heat day throwing up up every 5-10 minutes as I hiked to Machu Picchu. I was scared, in pain, and so weak I could only spend 30 minutes up at Machu Picchu the next day. What an experience...
🦢2020 is going to be a kind year🦢
37/52: I’m ready for 2020 to be extra kind to me. This year even though it has been amazing in so many ways, and the people I’ve surrounded myself has made this year for me absolutely fabulous and has pushed me forward into new beginnings, it has been my most difficult year since 2015. If you met me after May 2016 when I came back from Indonesia, you would not have recognise me in 2015. I’m not who I was. I’m better now. Due to this though I do not remember anything before March 2016 (when I went to Indonesia), and it’s weird. I know what’s happened to me, I know why I can’t remember anything, but if you ask me for specific memories I can’t tell you much at all, unless something triggers a memory. For example: last night I saw a post on Facebook that made me realise “well shit, I used to self harm” because I had completely forgotten about that. I’m 4 years and 2 months clean in case you were wondering. I still suffer from mental health issues, these last 3 (almost 4) years I’ve made huge steps in recovery. I’ve realised though I’m never going to be recovered, I’m always going to be recovering because relapses happen. That’s okay, and that’s natural. If I’m being honest with myself I’ve relapsed in these past few weeks, but I haven’t self harmed and it’s making me stronger and I’ve learnt how to cope with my relapses in a healthy way. I’m not the same person I was when I left for Vietnam either. I’m less scared about speaking up against injustices. I’m not going to let anyone take advantage of me, whether it’s my boss or a Grab driver. It’s been shit storm after shit storm here, but I’m rising above it and becoming like a phoenix...only more glittery (last picture is March 2015)
What’s up, everyone! I wanted to take this brief moment to introduce myself 🙋♀️
I’m Molly— one of the many Global Wellness Warrior that brings you guys value on your IG everyday, regarding all things health, wealth, & happiness✨
I am a Women’s Holistic Life Coach and a certified Holistic Health Coach through the Institute for Integrative Nutrition.
BEING A VIBRANT, FULFILLED, & HEALTHY HUMAN is kinda my jam. Teaching & supporting others how they can start living this way brings me so much joy.🥰
I am a proud momma of my 5-year-old pit x chocolate lab, Buck and wife to my dear husband, Ramsay. We have been living all over the US and abroad for the last 5 years and have recently settled in NW Montana. We are ski bums at heart at feel at home in the mountains.
Being a part of the GWW movement has changed my life is so many ways. It’s improved my health, my sense of purpose & how I give back. I’ve met so many incredible people and dear friends. I have expanded my perspective and belief of what is possible for my life and my future. 🤩
While I’m not working in my life coaching biz or happily hustling with fellow GWW, you can find me having dance parties of 1 over on my IG stories @molly.k.egan , listening to a good true-crime podcast from @myfavoritemurder or at my local brewery having fun with good friends, good music, and as many dogs as possible.
I can’t wait to share more and interact with you all! Let me know where you’re from in the comments below!👇🌍