These “tacos inauthenticos” got flavors to the max! @turkeyandthewolf has such an amazing menu, corky vibe and definitely lives up to the hype. No wonder it was named #1 best restaurant in America last year by Bon Appetit magazine in 2017! .
You can see the deviled eggs with chicken puffed skin, cabbage salad and lamb neck roti on my New Orleans highlight in profile! .
Estos “tacos inautenticos” estaban demasiado ricos! El restaurante @turkeyandthewolf tiene un menú espectacular, buenos precios y un ambiente único. No me sorprende que haya sido nombrado mejor restaurante del 2017 por la revista Bon Appetit!
Vayan a ver los huevitos endiablados con chicharron de piel de pollo, ensalada de repollo y roti de cuello de cordero en mis resaltados de Nueva Orleans en mi perfil!
🎉BENTORNATI PARTY 🎉
questo venerdì riparte il divertimento ➡️MUSICA|KARAOKE|ANIMAZIONE|SANGRIA GRATIS 🔞Devi festeggiare l'addio al nubilato?Scopri il nostro SPECIAL PRICE🔞 🔝OMAGGIO donna entro le 22:00 🏃♀contattatci SUBITO
Chat Facebook: m.me/whiteangeleventi
Via Feudo 190 Nola
Something cool and sweet for the road
Spinach Mangos Banana and Vanilla Creme Protein Shake (I Accounted for the Carbs lol)
Straight salad for Dinner 😂
By the way, my face is starting get smaller 💁🏻♀️ #NSV#Fitbit#Weightloss
Let’s talk about trust for a minute and I’m super interested to hear your own experiences with this.
Trusting others and even myself, is not something I find easy to do. On one hand, I’ve had some fairly average experiences with people external to myself and on the other, I’ve made some extremely poor decisions of my own.
This doesn’t just extend to personal relationships, it also has extended into my work life at times. The releasing of control over work and making space for others to help me has been hugely challenging. I had to release all expectations around outcomes, which is not easy for me (and my perfectionist streak). But what if I could think about trust differently. What if instead of needing things to be a certain way, I have trust that I will be okay regardless of outcome. What if the ebbs and flows that life invariably throws in our direction, were just part of a daily rhythm. What if I had no need for things to be as I expect them. What if I expected nothing.
It’s so easy for me to cognicise and so difficult for me to do. So my intention this week is to release holding, release expectation, and remember my innate wholeness.
What are your experiences with trust? Do you finding trusting others difficult? Do you find it easy to trust yourself? Is your gut instinct ever wrong? Feel free to share here for via DM.