9 months of practicing progress, not perfection... and let me tell you, life is feeling pretty darn perfect lately. And in case you need a reminder, as I often did: You are unique and irreplaceable and deserving of happiness ❤️ Spread, share, and seek only love and positivity.
Meet me in the low tide 🛶
2018 kicked my bum. I’m ready to kick 2019’s bum this time around. Just enrolled in all my continuing ed classes to add some more fancy letters to the alphabet soup after my name. I’ll be spending the next month with my nose in books... brb
One of my favorite parts of 2018 was getting my first road bike and making cycling a regular part of my life. It’s become such a positive influence in my life, and cycling was instrumental in allowing me to decompress and develop the mental wherewithal to combat an otherwise hectic and demanding year. Looking forward to putting down even more miles in 2019 and increasing my climbing endurance, so I can finally conquer GMR and reach new heights 🚲
Blessed to have wonderful people around me💕
Grateful for my family, which grew this year despite the unfortunate loss of my grandma. I’m feeling infinitely blessed in this life. Merry Christmas from my family to yours 💕
Endless smile. ///Swipe <—
I’ll push you away cause you see what you wanna see you believe what you want to believe
Grateful - that’s how I felt when I took this photo, and it’s how I feel now.
Daydreaming about Boston today... and everyday.
Catalina, bicycles, good company, and too much food. It doesn’t get too better than this 💕
Thinking about taking a break from Instagram to focus on some personal matters. For now, happy holidays to everyone!
Where do you see yourself in a couple years? How can this moment be better utilized to get you there? Don’t forget, life is a journey, and you won’t get anywhere if you’re always stuck in the same place.
Sunsets like this set my soul ablaze.
Take me back to last weekend 💕
Silhouettes against cotton candy skies.
PLEASE, think about what strengths and attributes you want your leaders to embody, research their positions, look up the measures and bonds, and even look into who or what organizations are backing the candidates and measures to recognize bias. Stand up for what you believe in and the individuals who best represent you and vote! I’m proud to be an American. As a first generation, my parents sacrificed a lot, so I could enjoy the freedoms and voice that I’m so fortunate to have. Please don’t take for granted what our forefathers fought for and the power of your voice and vote. PS this photo is from the 2016 election, because I felt like garbage during early voting last night...not sorry 😬