Truly and dearly trying to channel my inner goddess of love, light, beauty, and sensuality.
It’s been an especially rough couple of months with my reoccurring health difficulties and low immune system. It’s a daily struggle to feel at home within myself when my health is constantly being challenged.
I’m learning to be patient, kind, and forgiving of my body. It’s not always the easiest task, but it’s worth it...even on the days I don’t think I’m capable of getting out of bed.
Self-care isn’t just some trendy, capitalist concept; it’s a real need that comes in a plethora of forms. Sometimes it’s as simple as taking a piping hot bath with some bubbles, a CBD bath bomb from @rosemoonritual, and deep breaths. ✨
So I’ll be in the tub slowly healing my body and mind tonight. Do something for yourself, too, and appreciate your growth and energies with intention.
One of our GREATEST challenges, reliable and durable cartilage repair. This is an ankle with a focal area of damage. We will fill this like a pothole with the patients OWN bone and a cartilage graft. PRIMARILY THROUGH A SCOPE!!
okay so this was one of my more difficult leg workouts that ive done, this workout focuses more on burning calories and higher reps, with some hiit
warm up and stretch before you start up, i wish you luck if you try this out
1️⃣ HIIT circuit; 40 seconds of work followed by 20 seconds rest, 4 moves total, 4 cycles for about 15-20 minutes total depending on how long you rest in between sets, i took a minute.
the hiit routine is the first 4 videos!! 2️⃣squats- keep the weight light and pump out 4 sets of 12-15 reps, going for reps here
3️⃣alternating hamstring curls-3 sets of 30 (15 each leg per set)
4️⃣single leg quad extension- 3 sets of 15 each leg
5️⃣deadlifts- 4 sets of 12-15 reps
6️⃣lunges- 3 sets of 12 each leg
punish this workout and enjoy a day of eating up afterwards, high carbs on leg day, build mass -
How to save money on your trip: ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
1. I usually looked for hotels either on Booking.com or right on google/apple maps ❤️The main trick here is to search for hotels but don’t book it. Instead of booking call or better yet come to the lobby and ask about a discount. 90% of the time they’ll give you a deal especially if you’re checking in late. The biggest discount we got was in California. The hotel was $200 on booking but we got it for $150 per night just because we asked 🙃
2. Airbnb ❤️this is probably your cheapest option and to make it even cheaper grab my $40 travel credit for your first trip. If you’ve never used Airbnb before, sign up with the link in my bio and you’ll get a credit. If you don’t find it in my bio then DM me, I’ll send you the invitation.
3. AAA discount ❤️ if you have a AAA membership don’t forget to mention it before you pay for the hotel. They usually only give a small discount but still it’s better than nothing 😃
4. By the way I’ve got these cute hats just for $5 at 7-Eleven in Tahoe. Is it considered money saving? In my case yes 😃 how do you like my unicorn?
5. Check out the next tips in my new post soon 😌
Bridal Veil Falls is a waterfall located on Bridal Veil Creek in the Columbia River Gorge in Multnomah County, Oregon, United States.
The Historic Columbia River Highway passes over Bridal Veil Falls on a bridge. From a parking lot on the highway, a winding footpath and another bridge lead to a vantage point for the falls. The falls consists of two cascades in quick succession along angling rockfaces, so when there is a good amount of water the falls looks very much like its namesake.
Multnomah Falls is a waterfall located in the Columbia River Gorge, east of Troutdale, between Corbett and Dodson, Oregon, United States. The waterfall is accessible from the Historic Columbia River Highway and Interstate 84. Spanning two tiers on basalt cliffs, it is the tallest waterfall in the state of Oregon at 620 ft (189 m) in height.
The land surrounding the falls was developed by Simon Benson in the early-twentieth century, with a pathway, viewing bridge, and adjacent lodge being constructed in 1925. The Multnomah Falls Lodge and the surrounding footpaths at the falls were added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1981. Contemporarily, the state of Oregon maintains a switchback trail that ascends to a talus slope 100 feet (30 m) above the falls, and descends to an observation deck that overlooks the falls' edge. The falls attract over two million visitors each year, making it the most-visited natural recreation site in the U.S. Pacific Northwest.