Positano is one of the most beautiful places we have ever visited. This was our second time here and it still left us in awe. Located about one hour away from Naples on the Amalfi coast, it's a village nestled in the enclave in the hills.
There are only 4000 locals that actually live in Positano but during high season the population grows exponentially. We walked down the main road which has small, beautiful shops selling handmade shoes, jewlery and the prettiest linen clothing you can imagine. At the bottom of the hill is the most famous of Positano's beaches, Marina Grande.
Positano was an important port city and was very wealthy in the the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries but then the economy declined, people emigrated to America and it became a sleepy fishing village. In 1953, thanks to the famous writer, John Steinbeck's essay about Positano which was published in Harper's Bazaar, tourists started to pour in. Steinbeck wrote, "Positano bites deep...it is a dream place that isn’t quite real when you are there and becomes beckoningly real after you have gone." I agree.
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#latergram I know I've been super slack on posting. After living in Charleston on my own for 10 years and moving, I always thought if I ever came back it would be an easy transition, unlike my transition to Hawaii and then to The Keys. Boy was I wrong. This transition back has been a difficult one. A lot has changed and a lot changed by moving here. I took time to have a couple of adventures which I'll start posting (starting with this one) but mainly I've been concentrating on building a home with the love of my life and with trying to find my path in this city. Looking forward to more adventures as we build our lives here in Charleston 💙
The weekend before my birthday I took a trip to Asheville. This is a photo from the lookout tower at the top of Frying pan Trail off the Blue Ridge Parkway near Mt Pisgah. More details on that trip later 😘
Happy to say that lately I have been noticing more and more positive content in the media. Maybe not all of you can say the same, but it has ignited a little inspiration in me.
As we all know, social media can be horrible. It can be a place for bullying, self loathing, and bottomless consumerism that makes you feel like you can never catch your breath.
It can be what I have seen lately: strong, beautiful people telling others they don’t need to change to be worthy of self love. We are all perfect just as we are without the bullying, self loathing, and consuming. We are all perfect because we exist in this very moment as we do.
Be the latter when you post shit on the internet. If you inspire just one person, like I have been inspired, to work on loving themselves as they are, it’s worth it.
And in case anyone is wondering, these are the beautiful souls who recently and continuously inspire me.
@krystynahutch @philanthropygal @donmiguelruiz @ilizas 🦋