🇺🇸 Happy 4th 🇺🇸 Eu tive a chance de passar a independência dos eua algumas vezes lá e presenciar a cultura do dia mais importante para os americanos, é sério, eles comemoram o dia todo com fogos! 🇺🇸 Contei um pouquinho das minhas experiências pelos anos nos stories, vem ver ❤️
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Truth be told I’m kinda scared of heights. I get nervous on flights. I have zero desire to go skydiving or bungee jumping. When I’m high up I can get wobbly legs. This picture was a stretch. No pun intended.
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💎 What started as an idea keeps growing to become more!
I went to school, worked hard for my degrees and figured that I’d be spending the rest of my life working at a great company, climbing the corporate ladder, until I 😵.
Somewhere in me I always knew that’s not the lifestyle I had imagined for myself but went with it anyway. I was made to believe that was my only option and that’s how you pass through life. But doesn’t have to be.
📲 I’m so happy to be learning and exploring what else is out there and I’m loving every minute of it. The opportunities are virtually endless 🤯
🎤 Deciding to share on social media has helped me rediscover what I’m passionate about, increase my self-awareness, help keep me accountable, and the biggest thing ➡️ connect with amazing people to build this global community I didn’t know I could have. It’s only growing and I’m so so grateful.
💚 Thank you everyone who continues to follow along and welcome to my new friends! I appreciate your encouragement, love, and existence.
[ I’ll be forever figuring it all out, but I’ll keep on keeping on, and have a damn good time doing it 😁]
🐋 I’m ‘whale’y this happy in the wintertime!
😍 This was taken right after I saw several whales breaching off the coast of Kurnell. My jaw literally hit the FLOOR and I was absolutely mesmerised, since I’ve truthfully never seen whales jump out of the water before.
❄️ I’m planning on spending most of my winter going on hikes in whale watching spots throughout Sydney. If you have any recommendations, please let me know!
⬆️ To read more, click my bio link for the full article on tips for whale watching in Sydney.
📝 Save this post for your future Sydney trips if you ever visit in the winter!
A honeymoon highlight.
I love that John's just as adventurous as I am! When planning our Colorado honeymoon, I came across the via ferrata (Italian for "iron path") experience in Telluride - and John said "Let's do it!" with zero hesitation.
Back in March 2019 (before I knew John), I went canyon swinging and freefall ziplining in New Zealand. Solo. A young Australian couple on their honeymoon happened to be in my group - and I instantly prayed for a future husband who would say yes to doing something so extreme with me. I even told the couple they were honeymoon goals.
Today, I'm SO grateful to God for John. Of course, he's far more than an adventure buddy because marriage is SO much more than that, but God knew that it was important to me and brought me a man who fits me better than I could have imagined.
So, this is us, officially THE MULLERS, via ferrata-ing with @sanjuanoutdooradventures. Honeymoon goals in action!
It’s been a little while since I’ve given anyone who cares other than my Mum a life update so here it is. I’ve been BUSY for the first time in a long time writing for companies and LOVING what I’m doing. I fell into this randomly whilst travelling the world, as a creative tool of expressing myself and my fears. It turns out people liked reading what I was writing (who knew?) and I’m lucky that I’m now pursuing something I want to make an even bigger career out of.
I’ve been in London since March when COVID decided to wreck lives, end lives and disrupt them beyond belief. I’m fully aware of the destruction it causes and CAN cause to families and my heart goes out to those that are suffering. I will continue to scowl in disbelief at “influencers” who are so unbelievably selfish that they legitimately boast about masks ruining their makeup. That type of sh*t makes me question the real goodness in humanity. Anyway, silly humans aside, I have no qualms in wearing masks and having to wait & see if I’m going to be allowed back to Australia where a big box of my stuff awaits. Truth be told, I’m actually okay staying in London, being with friends, going to therapy for the time being and working on things I’ve clearly had nearly 2 years to escape from. I’m proud of that, it’s not easy but eventually it has to be done-you cannot run away from your sh*t forever.
For the first time in a long time, I’m feeling better about myself. It’s been a difficult few weeks in terms of disordered eating thoughts making an appearance. There’s been days I’ve had to try&breathe through what normally would be punishing acts but I’ve done it.I’m slowly learning how to let them pass without feeling a need to react. This might result in anxiety but that’s huge progress.
I’m also VERY proud of something else. I got broken up with 2 months ago at the height of the pandemic with nothing more than a text and a refusal to chat. It took good friends to remind me of my worth and NOW I realise - I don’t need to settle for immaturity or blame myself for another person’s faults. I deserve the damn best there is because I am worthy. And that is a f*cking awesome feeling 💪
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one of my favorite pictures with a lot of my favorite things. the beach and the ocean. sunny days. a latte macchiato. clear blue skies. wearing my yellow flowers skirt shorts. so grateful for these memories 🌻🌊
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🇫🇷 Saint Raphaël, France 🇫🇷
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Leadenhall Market was such a great find. I had never even heard of this place before visiting, and look what I’ve been missing out on. Did you know this featured in several Harry Potter films ⚡️, including some of the exterior shots of Diagon Alley as well as one shop door which was used as the entrance to the Leaky Cauldron in Goblet of Fire. Not that I’m much of a Harry Potter fan, but I love visiting film locations! 🎥 🎞 🍿
I’m thinking of writing a blog post on the top 10 London hidden spots and this would most definitely feature on this list and now I’m thinking of it, maybe I should do a London film location blog also.
Happy 4th of July to all my fellow Americans 🇺🇸
Honestly, I’m frustrated right now living in this country. We can’t follow simple social distancing guidelines to protect each other and refuse to wear masks. People are selfishly crowding bars and restaurants further spreading the disease while people are fighting for their lives. Systematic racism and violence against Black Americans is prominent. Our “president” is a sexist, homophobic, racist tyrant. My heart is aching for so many reasons.
Instead of feeling sorry, I am trying to focus on what I can do to change things. Here are a few things I plan to do (and I hope you do too!)
• VOTE in every election (not just presidential!) if you are not registered to vote, register now.
• VOTE Donald Trump out of office. Nov 3.
• Educate yourself on systematic racism and the violence Black Americans have been experiencing for centuries.
• Fight the spread of coronavirus by staying at home. Don’t go to bars, restaurants, salons, etc right now.
• Donate to political campaigns for candidates that want to find for equal rights for ALL Americans.
• Donate to the Black Lives Matter movement and organizations fighting systematic racism.
Would love your ideas for things we can do to make a difference!