What’s so great about biking over this bridge? The wind blows so hard that it feels like you’ll be catapulted into the traffic that’s flying beside you, “real” cyclists zip past muttering obscenities, while the in-your-face landscape and serious ocean crashing below make you dizzy. It can be loud, disorientating and scary. But doing things that scare you is the most valuable thing you can do in life. Of all quotes and truisms, nothing is truer than “everything you want is on the other side of fear”. The self-destructive fears that hold us back are psychological: the underlying belief that we’re not smart/well-educated enough. Thin/pretty enough. Not lovable, or even likeable, enough. Rich enough. And taking the risks that can refute these negative theories, such as moving to a new city alone, applying for a job you want that you think you’ll never get, asking someone out, putting yourself out there, even posting a certain kind of picture or admitting your real thoughts to the world etc is scary. What if it’s true? But what I find is that doing something physical that scares you and overcoming that, makes you stronger psychologically as well. Before crossing the bridge, I was in my head about my looks, whether I’ll have enough funding for my startup, and whether L has realized that he actually hates me. Also, WTF am I doing, I’m not a real cyclist and am probably going to get hit by something. But the feeling of competence and achievement you get after the bridge shuts it all down. Fears all comes from the same place in the brain. Do one thing a day that scares you, and kill ‘em all.
Whatta heckin chonk!
Went for a dangle last night and got my personal best largemouth bass to date. The conditions were really great for some top water action, and I had two largemouth hammer a whopper plopped off the bank. I need to start bringing a scale with me.
During the reign of the Romans in England, it took 3 legions to build a wall that stretched from the east to the west, known as Hadrians Wall. Not quite as impressive as the Great Wall of Chine, but still quite remarkable.
When people see me with a resting bitch face and just assume I'm unapproachable because I look upset, angry, or sad, but deep down I'm just thinking about what I'm going to eat later. I'm sorry my resting bitch face is intimidating. I'm actually really awesome🤗
I am warning you don’t look at these pictures as they will make you hungry 😜
Food is maybe the only universal thing that really has the power to bring everyone together! No matter what culture, everywhere around the world, people get together to eat.
I genuinely love cooking🍝🥗🍛 it’s a kind of therapy for me, do you also love cooking ? I am curious... 📷 : @globe_spinner
Excited to visit the Anne of Green Gables Museum on Prince Edward Island, 🇨🇦 Canada!
Morning View of Jebel Jais,here the World longest Zip-line located.
The UAE’s highest peak, Jebel Jais is part of the spectacular Hajar mountains that were formed over 70 million years ago in the eastern part of Ras Al Khaimah. Towering at 1,934 m above sea level, Jebel Jais boasts breath-taking vistas and thrilling adventures for every visitor. .
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Valensole, France ♥
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Credits to owners
This kind of beach daaay ⛱⛰
Beautiful Venezia ♥️ Nachdem ich heute den halben Tag mit der Wäsche vom Urlaub beschäftigt war, sind wir dann noch zu meiner Familie gefahren 😍 ich habe mit meiner Mama mal wieder zusammen gekocht und jetzt liegen wir mit vollem Bauch auf dem Bett und können uns nicht mehr bewegen 😂 wir schauen jetzt noch etwas Netflix und dann wird geschlafen 💫 #goodnight ♥️ [werbung]