You Have 20 Minutes to HIIT It!
6 hours ago
|Float Center Lobby|
|Turkish Coffee While Waiting for Road Conditions to Improve|
|Doubled The Tofu|
"Well, we're always trying to figure out our place. Even when we have a place, we're like -- Am I supposed to be here?"
|The Inquiring 'Gram|
|Green Fence and Eggs|
|Outdoor Massage Space|
I am a flower; I feel fresh. I am a mountain; I am solid. I am like the (Caribbean) breeze; I feel free.Most of us were so serene after practicing yoga in such an awesome surrounding, that we tended to sit in complete silence after practice. You could really hear a pin drop...or the waves.
|Photo Credit: Lorenzo from Lorenzo JAM Tours|
|Yoga at the Rockhouse|
Those mountains you are carrying, you were only supposed to climb.A bit presumptuous on my end to give someone that note but...
|Scotch Bonnet Peppers a.k.a. Scotty Bons a.k.a. Bonney Peppers|
|View During First Meal in Negril|
|"Feel The Riddim In The Palm of Your Hands"|
|Stone I picked this a.m. -- supposed to help with bouncing back from sorrow etc...|
|Part of Coworker's Notes|
✨The trees are about to show us how lovely it is to let the dead things go✨ . Fall is coming... What do you want to let go of? What change do you want to welcome in with the start of a new season? . #wholeheartedliving #welcomechangeA photo posted by Tanya Conner-Green (@wholeheartedlifecoach) on
|Camouflage Bikini in Bra Shop|
|Bra Came with Reusable Bag|
|View from the Dreadmill|
Guys I have to get up at 5:45 tomorrow please stop saying interesting things— Terrify Ng 🎃 (@pronounced_ing) October 20, 2016
Uncle Tom's Cabin, worst cabin in the inner city. Terrible schools. Nasty women & bad hombres everywhere. @AntonioFrench #trumpbookreport— Melanated Soul (@RealMotha4Ya) October 20, 2016
“I was born in a refugee camp in Nepal and grew up there until I was 12. A lot of people in the camp weren’t super wealthy, but we had to do whatever it took to figure it out. You’d go to school where there were no teachers. You’d go to hospitals where there weren’t enough doctors. One thing I see here is that people are so focused on being dependent or independent. But there, it was more about how can we be interdependent and how we can work together to accomplish one goal. That is one thing I still try to focus on. The view was, society does not have to dictate and condition who I am. I want to define for myself what is real and okay and go with my gut. The real fight is not about you versus society or you versus nature. The real fight is you versus the better version of you."A photo posted by Humans of St. Louis (@humans_of_stl) on
|All Smiles After Zumba|
embracing your weirdness: my daughter mentioned to her mimi (my mom) that sometimes the kids at school call her weird. char has always marched to the beat of her own drum, so i wasn't surprised when she said "but i don't care. because i am unique and different and people love me for who i am, anyway." so, may we all learn from my almost 9 year old that staying weird is cool. and having confidence about being different is a positive, not a negative. because there are people who'll take you as you are and love you anyway.A photo posted by alexandra (@alex_elle) on