The path your on is your own. Life is a truly unique experience and no one will take the same steps as you. Embrace it, be proud of it, love it, and pour your soul into every pace. There is no turning around. No going back. Stride with such a vigorous passion for life as to make the gods envious. Summit Trail, Catskill Mountains, NY.
House searching is hard when you have champagne taste on a beer budget... in Northern NJ...where you have to be a millionaire millennial to own a 2,000 sq ft home. Can't we just win the lottery and call it a day? 😩 🏡 #canihaveitplease#summit
At the crater of the country’s largest active volcano and Visayas highest mountain Mt. Kanlaon. Entry point: Brgy. Mambucal, Murcia, Negros Occidental Exit point: Guintubdan, Ara-al, La Carlota, Negros Occidental LLA: 10°24’44″N, 123°7’55″E, 2435 MASL Specs: Major climb, Difficulty 8/9, Trail class 4 #mknp#kanlaon#crater#2435masl#summit#traverse#phmountains#goproph#gopro
An action shot of a workout in New Orleans at our AirB&B! I'm super impressed that we worked out every day! And even did doubles ✌🏻 Kyila Puryk Heather Livingston 💗⚡️ And guess what!? There's going to be a whole gang of us #BOSSBABE Dream Builders🦄 in Indianapolis for Summit 2018! 🏎🏆 Can't wait!! #indianapolis#indianna#summit#groupWOD#WOD#GROUP#groupfitness
So, this is the last picture I'll be sharing from my trip to South America. I was originally planning on posting a scuba diving photo, but every picture I took underwater was absolute trash. Something to work on I guess haha. . I’ll leave you with this view from Providencia’s highest mountain (aptly named “El Pico”). Summiting this peak for sunrise was one of the few moments of peace I had during my time in Colombia, a week in which I basically stumbled from one disaster to the next. Moped wrecks, chaffing, blisters, social awkwardness – pretty much the usual solo travel experience. . That said, I did have an amazing time. Visiting Providencia is like stepping back in time. The thrall of the mega-tourism industry hasn't yet tainted the island, and it's doubtful it ever will - there are no all-inclusive resorts or commercialized comfort zones for tourists, and only locals can own and operate businesses. I was definitely a stranger in a strange land, but that made it all the more exhilarating. And I AM going back some day, if only to enjoy the Creole hospitality. Oh, and the mangos 😉
"Keep the earth below my feet. For all my sweat, my blood runs weak. Let me learn from where I have been. Keep my eyes to serve and my hands to learn." - Below My Feet by Mumford and Sons This view though... unreal because you can't actually see very far, and yet it is still so captivating and beautiful. There is beauty in the unknown. It was a struggle to even get there, and it was completely worth every step of the way.