We are Infinite! 💫
Full of infinite possibilities, endless opportunities and the ability to be and do whatever we want to! Let your ideas become your compass, don’t let them rot away or move to the next person, take action! Try out something new, push yourself to learn more, work harder, invest in yourself and your own prosperity! Do better for yourself.
I have spent a lot of time in life sitting around, waiting for opportunities or change to happen in my life. But that is not how it works!
The perfect job isn’t going to find you. You have to try new things, move on from the job you hate or stop working for people you don’t like, and eventually figure out what you love.
Creativity won’t come to you if you are just mindlessly going through life. Get out there, explore & experience new things.
You can’t just become healthy, more flexible or stronger. It’s something you have to constantly work on, learn about and practice!
Friends won’t just come knocking on your door. You have to put yourself out there, become more venerable, open up and and care about people.
You aren’t going to meet the perfect partner if you aren’t loving yourself first, working on your flaws and chasing your own dreams.
Take the steps to better yourself then the rest will follow. The world is full of infinite possibilities but you have to be open to them to let it happen.
Listen to the universe, what is it guiding you to do this week? Whats something you’ve been afraid to do but it keeps coming back up in your mind? Now is the time to take action, step out of your comfort zone and try something new! ✨💫
6 511 hour ago
The orcas have been doing the Westside shuffle for two weeks now. It’s a sign of hope that maybe we have made their lives a little better. 🙏🏻
Moving out to Oregon almost 4 years ago makes time seem like it’s on the fast forward button.
The world has been demanding for change and it has been nothing short of amazing to see the solidarity, love, and action we have put forth to make a difference for our fellow human beings. It’s a long “road” and the work is far from over and I cannot be more grateful than to be in such a beautiful community that is looking to keep blooming beyond the status quo.
3 201 hour ago
I’m grateful to be able to drive only 10 minutes to capture something like this, in complete darkness with minimal light pollution. I know many photographers plan and drive hours to be able to do this. Thankful to be in Southern Oregon!
This is the #tatooshmountains observed from #mtrainier during wildflower season. Mt Rainier is a 14410 ft. (4392 meters) active volcano and became the United States fifth National Park in 1899. It has 25 major glaciers, 260 miles (410 kilometers) of hiking trails, 5 visitor centers, nearly 1000 plant species, 182 bird species, 65 mammal species and has an average of 60 ft. (18 meters) of snowfall in the subalpine meadows. I can never get enough of this beautiful place God has graced us with to experience and explore. ❤️
4 312 hours ago
a cloudy day is no match for a sunny disposition. ~ William Arthur Ward
I’ve really been pushing myself to explore areas in this region that I’ve never seen before. It’s taken me all over the state, and the more I wander the more I realize I still have to discover! But at the end of the day, when all of the traveling is done, there is no greater city to return “home” to than Seattle. Because while the landscape, the buildings, and the views all make for great scenery, this is where community and relationships are formed and perpetuated, despite the proverbial “Seattle Freeze”. There’s still so much more I want to go out and see. But for right now, the excitement of “going out” is absolutely met with the excitement of “coming back”
10 1289 hours ago
Spending the night at 5200 feet above sea level is my kind of escape. #herpnwlife