As funny as it sounds, I love spending time away from the places I love. It you stay in a place too long, you naturally begin to take it for granted, the colors start looking more full, and you start overlooking the things you once found so special.
I like to re-experience my favorite places like rereading a good book or rewatching a favorite show - you notice little details than you didn’t before and gain such an intimate understanding through the departures and returns that you almost don’t even need to physically come back to revisit it.
Being hard on yourself is the best way for your progression, but somehow I’ve found out it’s an amazing feeling to stop being busy, to forget (for a while) on the responsibilites and breathe, enjoy time with friends/family and see all the beauty around💛💛💛
When my friends and I go on girls trips we always go way too hard the first night. The next day we are all usually looking like my friend Erin here 👆🏼😂😂. On my blog I shared my Top 10 hangover remedies based on years of experience feeling like hot garbage after a girls night out. Click on the link in my bio for the list!
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If you have never given a thought to visit the mountain kingdom yet, this might be your clue. Clinging dearly to the edge of a granite cliff at an elevation of more than 3000 metres, Tiger's Nest is an exotic monastery with a long-standing history. Built in 1692 as a temple complex, the place is a centre of Buddhism in Bhutan since 8th century. All the Bhutanese people are expected to complete this pilgrimage atleast once in their lifetime( I bet they do it several times).
Not just a religious centre, its a treat for the hikers too. The initial trek goes through dense forests which then turns into a very steep climb. Very few times during your trek you get a glimpse of your destination but when you do, its a burst of ecstasy.
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An essential piece of London’s skyline - St. Paul’s Cathedral.
Having been destroyed four times throughout history, this dome has stood standing for over 3 centuries and is the second largest dome in the world at a jaw dropping 366 feet high 🤭