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3 minutes ago

I made myself my own #hobonichiweeks TN cover! I'm so happy how it turned out! 💕 I placed elastics inside so I can add inserts too. Yaay! Now, off to make hobo insert covers and dashboards. 😁

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Switzerland, such a cool efficient and beautiful country. If it wasn’t for my love of bikinis and tropical weather, that would be the country of my dreams. We stopped in Interlaken for just 24 hours, yet it had the ability to leave a huge mark in our travel 🧳 memories. @myinterlaken 👫 @befitandtravel 👫 •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• Our blog: ✍️ Link in bio ☝️🏻 •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 🔸Elena Travels: @everyavenuegirl 👙 🔸Mom & Daughter Travel: @ourlittlevoyages 👩‍👧 🔸Food Insta: @bitedeluxe 🍱 •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• . . . . . . . . . . . . . #couplegoals #travelphotography #travelblogger #adventuretravel #coupletrip #travelbug #couple #travelcouple #adventurecouple #travelphotographer #coupleslife #traveltheworld #travelersnotebook #travelingcouple #travelwriting #travellife #travelawesome #livelikealocal #seetheworld # #travelgoals #traveldiary #traveladdict #travelandexplore #switzerlandwonderland #swiss🇨🇭 #switzerland_destinations #interlakenswitzerland #interlaken

7 minutes ago

Today I feel so proud of myself cause I have been practicing and playing hard since one year ago and today I can say I did it .. I made it And thanks to all these people who helped me out and for wished me the best Thank you to my sponsored @gorditosfreshmex @jdiazcellphones @tiendarudmarlin Yo no lo hubiese podido lograr sin ustedes gracias por todo !! #passion #wind #tropical #voleyball #blessed #goodvibes #love #traveler #travelersnotebook #beach #beachvolleyball #smaling #happy #unbelievable #fun #goodtime #championforever #beachbody #sun #beaches @judithn2416 @bonilla_alonzo @jennystralman @luciacncr @fevosard Gracias por el apoyo aunque fue de lejos 🔥🔥🔥🔥 at Cabarete

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Hello Friyay Eve ☺️

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Coming in May... 2020 😜😂 Just kidding! Here is a sneak peek of (1%) of the new sizes and covers that are coming out very soon! We are almost done with production and we are ecstatic! Watch this space! 😘💜 .⠀ .⠀ #mumsyandbub #msynb #planner #planneraddict #plannerlove #plannercommunity #plannergirl #plannernerd #plannerstickers #plannerjunkie #planning #plannergoodies #plannerlife #stationery #plannersupplies #planners #journal #plannerobsessed #plannergeek #stickers #washi #stationeryaddict #stationerylove #travelersnotebook #happymail #diary #aussieplanner

23 minutes ago

盛岡城跡公園の桜も満開を迎えました🌸🌸 たくさんの人がお花見を楽しんでいます🎵 しばらく雨が降ったり止んだりの天気が続きそうですので、雨具持参でお出掛けください☔️ #盛岡 #盛岡城跡公園 #盛岡城跡 #岩手観光 #岩手旅行 #桜 #満開 #絶景 #けしからん風景 #ファインダー越しの私の世界 #写真撮ってる人と繋がりたい #写真好きな人と繋がりたい #旅行 #旅行大好き #旅行好きな人と繋がりたい #観光 #観光スポット #観光地 #trip #travelersnotebook #traveler #retrip_japan #retrip_nippon #cherryblossom at 盛岡城

28 minutes ago

Safranbolu büyük bir tepenin ortasında kurulmuş. Eski ahşap evleri ile ünlendiği gibi, eski çarşı adı verilen oldukça büyük bir çarşıya da sahip. Her yerde lokum ikram ediliyor. Kaçışınız çok da mümkün değil 😛😬 . . . #wanderer #travelersnotebook #wandering #theglobewanderer #travelpic #travelphotographer #keepexploring #travellers #welivetoexplore #travelmore #wanderfolk #adventureculture #wandern #adventurer #wanderlustwednesday #cntraveler #travelph #travelers #ilovetravel #travelogue #travelporn #travelgoals #bbctravel #travelworld #traveldiary #youtravel #travelworld #travelwriter #adventureawaits #doyoutravel at Safranbolu

28 minutes ago

It has been some time since I last did mini photo prints with the #Canon Mini Photo Printer and #journaling on my #travelersnotebook. With my recent #CanonSG #EOSRP #Explorer stories and adventures, it’s time to get photos printed! An idea just pop in earlier, going to try it out and produce a mini photo prints small zine! Stay tuned for more updates!

29 minutes ago

‪What consumes your mind controls your life. So make sure your mind is consumed by your dreams.‬ ✨ at Centurion, Gauteng

31 minutes ago

Cappadocia, a semi-arid region in central Turkey, is known for its distinctive “fairy chimneys,” tall, cone-shaped rock formations clustered in Monks Valley, Göreme and elsewhere. Other notables sites include Bronze Age homes carved into valley walls by troglodytes (cave dwellers) and later used as refuges by early Christians. The 100m-deep Ihlara Canyon houses numerous rock-face churches. This is by far the best experience any one can have ...the view from 600mtrs above the ground level makes it a beautiful sight to watch ... I just loved it! Once, I targetted to have a tour in Turkey, I had to go to cappadocia and ride a hot air balloon. It was a must! 🎈 🎈 Took early morning tour, it was stunning! The chimneys, mushrooms with colourful balloons in the bluish grey sky waiting for the rising sun was beautiful. It was really amazing view from up there. I guess it was hundreds of balloons flew together to see the sunrise. And the combination with sights of Beautiful hill of Nevsehir, it was just perfect! Worth the time and money. #travel #travelphotography #travelblogger #travelgram #travelholic #travelguide #travelling #traveller #travelersnotebook #dametraveler #wanderlust #wanderlusting #wanderlusterz #digitalnomad #digitalart #nomadtravel #lightroompresets #lightroom #photography_top #photographylover #travelpics #travelpicsdaily #🇹🇷 #🌍 #🎒 #capadocia #capadociaturkey #turkey #turkey2018 #turkey🇹🇷 at Capadocia- Turquia

32 minutes ago

As a geology nerd 🤓 this road trip has been an absolute dream come-true!! So many pretty rock formations 😍 And still so much more to seeee!! at Arizona

32 minutes ago

녹을 것 같았지만 안녹는다 🧡 at Nha Trang

37 minutes ago

Finally I was able to capture this iconic indoor waterfall from Jewel Airport. The overall experience is great even-though I don’t recommend to go now as the place is still flooded with people...😁✌️🌊✨ at Jewel Changi Airport

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art of God.

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Happy Anzac day!!! On Monday we started our journey down to esperance, stopping at Margaret river. The area is famous as a wine region in Australia and also a popular coastal holiday spot on the south coast. Just 20kms away we found a great (&cheap) campground, with picnic facilities and a gorgeous river running through it. We’re now just 40kms from Esperance but the phone signal is not doing me any favours in this part of the country😭 #travel #Travelgram #traveling #Travelphotography #travelling #travelblogger #traveler #traveller #travelingram #traveltheworld #travelblog #travels #traveladdict #travellife #travelphoto #travelpics #traveldiaries #travelbug #TravelAwesome #travelpic #travelers #travelstoke #travelgirl #traveldiary #traveldeeper #travellingthroughtheworld #travellers #travelph #travelersnotebook #travelmore at Margaret River, Western Australia

17 hours ago

It feels good to be in the right direction.⁣ .⁣ Cela fait du bien d’être dans la bonne direction.⁣ .⁣ .⁣ Beautiful 📸 by @mblockk⁣ ⁣ You rock! 🤟⁣⁣Comment here 👇 ⁣ at The Dark Hedges

6 days ago

Some bad foot pain led me to the podiastrist’s office for the first time ever. He said there’s no need to amputate at this time. Next up: cu$tom orthotic$ 😖 But, I’ll have enough time before the Ireland hike to get my feet used to them, and my feet will feel better. Doctor raped my foot up to where it should feel better/normal, and go in next week for the castings. No broken bones, the hike goes on! (Pictured: taped foot, my Ireland shoes, and the culprit: the orange/green Superfeet that had the wrong arch profile/fit. They are now destroyed 🤜🏼💥)

10 days ago

IRELAND PREP: Continuing to get myself together for this hike of Ireland. Today: A little reading, a little journaling, and preparing the little things (like a small Field Notes booklet for photo/video notes along the way). Little things that need to be done, may not take much time, but no one is going to do it for you...and if left to the end, will be one of many little loose ends that become big stressors. Besides, why not do it now, outside in the beautiful spring weather? 😁 I felt strongly about journaling 📓 this experience, so I’m starting with about 6 weeks until the start of the hike. My friend Kolby Kirk (, is a definite inspiration to start journaling. In fact, he is featured in the newest issue of Adventure Journal for his journaling. When I met Kolby on the Pacific Crest Trail in 2011, we were hiking across the scorching Southern California desert, and he was wedged underneath the only bush that could give some shade to his 6’4” frame...and he was journaling. So here I am, attempting to journal as best as I can, riding the crest of inspiration on the shoulders of giants. 😂 ••• If you haven’t yet, I’d sure appreciate a donation of any size, as this hike is a fundraiser for victims of human trafficking. We’ve raised $485 so far, and every penny is going to the 3 organizations I’m hiking for! 👉🏼👉🏼👉🏼

14 days ago

Big & exciting steps today! The round-trip ticket to Ireland 🇮🇪 is purchased! Official start date is May 28th! I’ll land in Dublin, catch a 3-4 hour train/bus ride straight to the southern coastal town of Castletownbere. I’ll grab a meal in Castletownbere, kiss the ground, touch the ocean, and make my way north towards my first night sleep somewhere...anywhere I end up that first night. One step closer! 👍🏼🇮🇪👣

15 days ago

IRELAND WAY PLANNING: Allow me to gush about this for a moment...I really wanted to put in a plug for this guidebook on the Ireland Way. I found the first copy online, then discovered the newest edition would be published within a week or two, so I pre-purchased and tried to be patient 😆 Author Caroline Allen did a real bang-up job of putting this little power-packed info-nugget together. Just 5 minutes in and you know it’s a labor of love for her. It’s divided into 20 stages and two parts: part one (Beira-Breifne Way) & part two (Ulster Way), the two main trails that combine to make the Ireland Way. Showing a brief overview of each stage, including not only the distances, maps, elevation, but also history as well. Caroline also included town guides as well, showing which towns have facilities such as accommodations, grocery, restaurants/pubs that serve food, post offices, ATM’s, medical, pharmacy, and laundry possibilities. There are phone numbers and addresses for many things one might need such as shelter, food, medical, and transportation needs. It’s really a well done guidebook, and honestly, a rarity for a trail this new. My copy is getting well-worn already just from studying the heck out of it, but thankfully the covers are coated with a light, almost rubberized weather-resistant coating and the binding is rugged. Well designed, containing beautiful images & easy-to-read charts and is a must-have if you’re thinking of doing this trail. Bravo, Caroline, well done, and THANK YOU! She’s done everything aside from set up camp, keep your gear clean, and do the actual hiking for you! ••• If you’d like to buy one of these to follow along with my journey, it is available on and you’d be able to see not only where I am but what’s coming ahead. You might even get the crazy idea of doing it yourself! 🤔😉 ••• To Donate: GoFundMe: Venmo: Douglas Shelby (Douglas-Shelby-1)

20 days ago

IRELAND GEAR - BOTTOM HALF Here’s a look at the clothing I’ll be wearing on my Ireland Thru-Hike benefitting human trafficking victims. (100% of the donations will be going to 3 organizations, as I’ve paid for my Gear & travel costs on my own. If you haven’t donated yet, or would like to, I’ll leave the link below!) ••• For the time I will be hiking the Ireland Way, the temperature will range between 65 degrees and 45 degrees. It will supposedly rain 66% of the time, and average rainfall during the time I’m there usually averages about 2.3 inches/day. Is it going to be wet? Not-so-wet? Stormy? Fair weather? No one knows, but I have to be ready for any of it! So in this post, we’ll be looking closer at the bottom half of my clothing setup on the Ireland Way. A few posts back we looked at the top half☝🏼) As I’ll be bumbling along a part of the world that is well known for it’s wet & overcast climate, some key attributes I’m looking for in clothing are QUICK DRYING, LIGHTWEIGHT, ZERO COTTON, and INSULATING (even when wet!). Now, “zero cotton” isn’t a new type of’s the complete lack of cotton in any of the gear I’ll be taking, whether I’m wearing it or carrying it. I’ll do a post just on that, since I’ve had several people asking why I’m so against cotton on hiking/backpacking trips. 👍🏼 Now, on to the gear! 👇🏽👣👇🏽👣👇🏽👣👇🏽👣👇🏽

24 days ago

HEAD WEAR! Oh, Ireland, what kind of weather are you going to throw at me? Will it be sunny and warm, or blustery and cool, or wet and rainy? I’m going to go with a little of all three, in one portion or another. So what am I going to wear on my head? I’ve given it a lot of thought, and I’ve come down to two options, and I’ll be bringing both. The first, and main piece I’ll be wearing most often is the “flat cap.” It’s the cap in the first photo of little Emoji Me. A flat cap (sometimes referred to as a "Scally Cap") is a rounded cap with a small stiff brim in front. The hat is also known in Scotland as a bunnet in the Scots language, in Wales as a Dai cap, in New Zealand as a cheese-cutter, and in the United States as a driving cap. (I’ll include a little more history of the cap down below the break if you’d like to read more about them). ••• I bought this cap earlier this year to wear for my job. There aren’t many hat options I could choose from that wouldn’t make me look either unprofessional, like a jungle guide, or a combination of both. The ‘flat cap’ fit the bill for what I needed. I was worried that it would look ridiculous on my melon, but I was surprised that it didn’t look so bad, and I fell in love with it! Then, the idea of the Ireland hike came about, and as I started thinking about gear, specifically what hat I’d wear, I realized I’d been wearing it! Why not hike Ireland in a hat that I actually bought from Ireland and is a part of that country’s culture? SOLD! ••• The details of this hat are pretty simple: a 4-panel flat cap style, made of waxed duck cloth, dark brown. I’m not sure if the weight, but it’s as light as a baseball cap - pretty light. It’s made by Mucros, located in Killarney, Ireland (see map in photos), and will be just to the west of where I’ll be starting the hike. Generally, most gear posts wouldn’t highlight the place where the gear was manufactured, but I think this is a bit of a special link to gloss by. The hat itself is really comfortable, and I wear it most days I work, so I can’t even tell I’m wearing it.

25 days ago

IRELAND GEAR - TOP HALF Here’s a look at the clothing I’ll be wearing on my Ireland Thru-Hike benefitting human trafficking victims. (100% of the donations will be going to 3 organizations, as I’ve paid for my Gear & travel costs on my own. If you haven’t donated yet, or would like to, I’ll leave the link below!) ••• For the time I will be hiking the Ireland Way, the temperature will range between 65 degrees and 45 degrees. It will supposedly rain 66% of the time, and average rainfall during the time I’m there usually averages about 2.3 inches/day. All that is just averages based on the last couple decades, so who could be wetter, or it could be absolutely amazingly mild weather while I’m there. I’ll take either! On to the gear! I get so excited about gear. I think that one of my favorite parts of an adventure like this is researching & testing out the right gear until I have my setup dialed-in. Figuring out the right clothing for the areas you’ll be traveling through, the temperature & weather you might encounter, all while trying to stay as lightweight as possible is part of my nerd-dom. I’ll admit to a Category 11 Nerd-Out when it comes to gear. Guilty as charged! ••• There are two principles that I follow with clothing, especially for the top half of my body: LAYERS, and NO COTTON. If it’s not synthetic or merino spun then I don’t want none, hun! ••• The 5 layers are as follows: 1) Baselayer 2) Midweight Layer 3) Insulating/Puffy 4) Wind/Light Rain Jacket 5) Full Poncho. I’ll go through each of these 5 layering options I’ve chosen in detail below, which particular styles/brands I’ve decided on & why, as well as specs. Here we go!👇🏽👣👇🏽👣👇🏽👣👇🏽

26 days ago

In two months, I will begin hiking The Ireland Way, a trail consisting of approximately 650 miles ranging from the far south to the far north coasts of Ireland. Along the way I’ll be passing through 14 counties, passing many castles, natural monuments, mountain ranges, woodland, farmland, bogland, coasts, rivers and more. I may be cautiously making my way through open ranch fields that could be home to bulls (no thanks!), keeping my eyes open for messy bogs, or accidentally inhaling a meandering swarm of midges. I’ll occasionally be posting on the historical aspects of the hike, just look for the blue “history” bar along the top of the post. This first half of the hike follows the epic march of Irish Chieftan O'Sullivan Beare and his 1000 followers in the winter of 1602 as they fled for their lives from Cork to Leitrim in just fourteen days. (More on that bit of history below). I’ll be landing in Dublin, then making my way to the little fishing town of Castletownbere (see photo #2), where my hike begins. They say a lot of injuries happen in this first section of the hike, as it’s very hilly, and many hikers aren’t quite in hiking shape yet, haven’t done a longer hike, or maybe chose the wrong footwear. We’ll cross our fingers, and check the status on May 30th! 😁👣⛺️

1 month ago

Ohhhhhh my....FINALLY getting to the Ireland gear videos! Should be posted to YouTube by tonight!

7 months ago

When i'm serious. 🧑

7 months ago

Emoji style. 😃

1 year ago

It's march, one more year is about to end. I never actually remembered any of the years in my life so far, may be I was not into the moments, experiencing them. Or I lived inside a well decored bubble or I was just sleeping all this year's and was into a beautiful dream. But now the bubble is popped, over night. I have entered a whole different place which I imagined to by healthy, happy. No body prepared me for this place. I thought I was lost, well I still think I am. And the worst part is all most every one around us has this experience but they are successful overcoming it, but I couldn't. It's tough for me to accept this place called world. I do not feel love towards this place, no attachment not even a single feeling. They call it as diversity but, I can only see the difference , inequality accepted equally all over, but the thing is to accept our beasts, our anger, our negatives, because that's the thing which will go away only after understanding them. Some times I miss the way I use to be happy. And I thought penning it down would help me feel better. And I know it's just a phase of mind, which will go, the way it has come... . . . #lifecoach #life_is_street #lifeisgood #happylife #moment #photooftheday #streetphotography #street_vision #writingcommunity #writings #storytellers #writersblock #writeups #captionhits #photography📷 #travelersnotebook #traveling #weed🍁 #treppe #truefeelings #artaccount