Hey Girl Hey 👋
Catch this cutie at the @royalpalmmarket tonight from 6 to 10 PM in St. Pete !
Also check out the giveaway she is hosting on @thenomadicdreamers
For a Polaroid camera 📸#RoyalPalmMarket#StPete#RappItUp#BossBabe
Getting in the holiday spirit ✨ anyone else? Obsessed with this little reindeer I found at my local 🎄shop! They are making them with the scraps from the trees ☺️ On another note ⭐️ we leave for Colombia in 10 days 🎉🎉🎉🎉 please send any and all tips my way 😍😍😍
📍Plaza de España
This bombastic plaza in the Parque de María Luisa was the most grandiose of the building projects completed for the 1929 Exposición Iberoamericana. A huge brick-and-tile confection that it's undeniably impressive with its fountains, mini-canals and Venetian-style bridges. A series of gaudy tile pictures depict maps and historical scenes from each Spanish province.
I don't regret anything that I have ever done in my life, any Choice that i'av made. But, i am consumed with regretidinyor the things that i did not do, the choices id din't make, the things i din't say.
We spend most of our time being afraid of failure, Rejection.
"I wonder what would have...."
You will never, never know
These lines will haunt you for the rest of your life.
So... my day started out with bed head at breakfast because I only had 30 minutes left to eat. Went to the mall and had coffee straight for the first time(had me twitching like crazy). Ended the day at the pool pretend swimming and getting bit by bugs 😪 #bestiegoals#bestietravels#travelbuddies#pool#bathingsuit
Hygge is a Danish word for a mood of coziness and comfortable conviviality with feelings of wellness and contentment. Hygge (pronounced hue-guh not hoo-gah) doesn’t require learning “how to”, adopting it as a lifestyle or buying anything. It’s not a thing and anyone telling you different either doesn’t understand it or is literally trying to sell you something that has nothing to do with the concept. You can’t buy a ‘hygge living room’ and there’s no ‘hygge foods’ to eat.
Danes created hygge because they were trying to survive boredom, cold, dark and sameness and the undefinable feeling of Hygge was a way for them to find moments to celebrate or acknowledge and to break up the day, months or years. With so many cold, dark, days, the simple act of a candle glowing with a cup of coffee in the morning or a home cooked evening meal with friends can make a huge difference to one’s spirit, and I think it is amazing ✨