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▶️ Foto bella ma triste del Colle del Sestriere scattata tre settimane fa ⛰Qui di seguito le parole dei gestori del #rifugioselleries , angolo di paradiso di questa che considero un po’ come la mia valle, essendoci praticamente cresciuto:
“Inverno in recessione, forse, inesorabile. Noi siamo ancora qui in attesa del colpo di coda, ma le possibilità si fanno di giorno in giorno più fievoli. Con buona probabilità, ci dovremo rassegnare ad un inverno, completamente,
o quasi, senza neve.
Comincia ad aumentare la nostra ansia per l'estate che verrà.
Ci auguriamo che tra le migliaia di manifestanti per l'ambente di venerdì scorso ci sia, per davvero, qualcuno preoccupato seriamente e concretamente” #globalwarmingisreal 🌡
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I struggled this past week with motivation to wake up at 4am and get my workouts, so I tried out a brand new program today! That’s the beauty of this whole thing. 🙌🏼
Having a personal trainer kick my booty with just these two resistance bands was exactly what I needed to start my Monday!
If you’re bored, try something new.
If you need a challenge, step it up.
If you want to stretch, do some yoga.
JUST PRESS PLAY 🙌🏼
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The #forest brims with the cycling evidence of timelessness.
Day 18 of #marchmeetthemaker and I mean — holy real talk for a Monday morning to be talking about mistakes and lessons. 😆 .
My constant mistake is to over-analyze every single detail of every single situation until I’m thoroughly stressed out, and I’m sure I’m not the first or last small business owner to behave like this.. 🤷🏼♀️
For me, in growing my business, that meant making lots of little mistakes that have a big impact: spending too much time on stupid things, forgetting that I’m allowed to say “no” and to value my worth -- the list goes on. Of course, we can all extrapolate those types of habits and behaviors and follow them down the line: taking on way too much on a daily basis, allowing small things to consume you, stressing out over each simple little detail… Sound like anybody else but me? 🤔
It’s been the most exhausting to learn -- and to be honest, I had a hard time with this part of myself when I was in college, and then teaching AP and honors’ level English almost fresh out of the graduation gate -- I couldn’t say “no,” even when I felt I’d had enough on my plate because I thought “HAD” to. I felt compelled to grade everything instantly. Have everything pre-planned well in advance. If I wasn’t ahead, I felt behind. It’s the same way you might easily exhaust yourself with designs, or packaging details, or focusing all your energy on a contract or project that’s not really going to honor your worth when you easily have a million other pressing items on your to-do list. .
Hard to learn, but far and away the most worthwhile because it’s taught me to slow down, to honor my own needs first and foremost, to treasure “me” and “family” time, and be able to put aside things that don’t necessarily deserve first billing in the table of contents of my own damn life. That doesn’t mean work = bad, doing nothing = good. Obviously. But working toward that balance is the hardest-earned piece of wisdom I’ve picked up yet. What’s been yours?
Starting out the week with some Alpine Axe Throwing on this #motivationmonday. Who’s ready to come play with us?
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Volcano People Cradled in the Caldera
My ancestors lived on a volcanic island. I once lived on the side of a lava dome, an extinct volcano, in the PNW. Today I live with the caldera of a collapsed supervolcano in the CO rockies. .
Here you can see the edge of the caldera (foreground) and two mountain ranges to the south (the Needles and Grenadiers, background) highlighted with alpenglow. .
The ancestral Ute people called this area the Shining Mountains.
When I travel, I feel more like a nomad than a tourist. — Mohsin Hamid
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A young boy with his baby goat, village of Pisac, Peru 🇵🇪