Pavia Viaggia ringrazia @marcoboneschi per questa splendida foto di viaggio!!! 😄✌🏼
Location: Estonia - Pärnu.
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Heading back home from Lake Tyrrell we couldnt find a good camping spot by a lake until we found Lake Meran, it was a great spot with toilets and cooking facilities, I'll definitely be back in the summer
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Today, I feel it's appropriate for a hard conversation. Call it Tuff stuff Tuesday.
Had a conversation with someone today. We were talking about business and their direction.
They said that even though they had been doing something for so long, they are only starting their business now.
I had to stop them, asking to rephrase this.
I asked that they say they failed. Quite disgruntled they couldn't initially.
The reason, I said they should accept it as failure, is that it allows you to stop being disillusioned and holding onto past beliefs.
It allows you the ability to not get caught in a loop and repeat the same mistakes.
Failing sucks, admitting it is worse. However the acceptance of failure becomes sunblock to harsh times and gives you the drive and knowledge on how to not fail again.
I have failed countless times in my journey and I'm proud of failing.
Failing at businesses, relationships, jokes, hair styles, even remembering to have a more pleasant tone in my voice.
Getting off your horse and realising you are a sum of your failures. This is powerful because winners, are people who have accepted lose and work harder at doing what works.
So be a winner and accept your failures, lock then in a learnt folder on your phone and win !! #spotyourpineapple 🍍🍍🍍 .
Two summers ago I studied abroad in Italy and it took me almost 3 weeks to adjust to the time zone. It’s taken me a few trips, but I think I’ve perfected my method for jet-lag: - hydrate like crazy - start changing your sleep schedule 3 days before traveling (stay up an hour later each night) - fast for 12 hours before the breakfast time of the place you’re traveling to (I’ll be honest, I only made it 11 hours cause I was too hangry) - only take 20 minute naps (or meditate) if you need rest during the first few days - take No Jet-Lag homeopathic pills (REI has them!) - - -
Anyone else have any suggestions for jet lag?!
Not sure where this is going to go, but I’ve learned so much over the last 4.5 years about living and traveling with injuries, PTSD, depression and anxiety and I want to share that now with others. - - -
This might just turn into being my own person travel journal, but I’d be so grateful if I can help others in any way.
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Here’s to traveling, learning, and sharing with others ✨