How many days you stop for just a second to realize how many things you have to be grateful for?
Today I stopped and realized how happy I am.
Life is a wonderful experience and it can be perfect if you focus in the good things.
Today I'm grateful because I'm living the life I have always dreamed with. I have freedom to organize my time, to decide what I do or don't every day, I have just finished an amazing trip on board of @deccanoddisey one of the most luxurious trains in the world through Maharashtra, I'm right now enjoying my days in the beach, eating healthy food, doing walking meditation at the beach in the mornings, sharing every evening in Goa with great people I met during this trip (Yuhuuuu @crazysexyfuntravel@everysteph@tikitouringkiwi ) I'm skipping the coldest week in Germany, I have the best and most loving life partner I could even not imagine to have, I have a family who supports me in everything I do, and I could keep going with my list for hours!!!
So, when you feel bad, having a bad day THIS is the best thing to do: Just grab a paper and start writing all those simple things you can be thankful for. You'll remember me, your mood is going to change and your day will become a great day!
BE HAPPY 📷 by @aghil_menon
Old Stavanger, or #Straen, is known for its cobbled streets and cosy wooden houses built in the end of the 1700s and the beginning of the 1800s. But this historic area also represents a quite interesting story about early days urbanization in Fjord Norway.
Back then it was actually common to bring along your house when you moved from one place to another, and this is the case for several of the houses in #OldStavanger. Because they are logged in timber, the houses were relative easy to dismantle and bring along when moving. Habitually it was people from nearby Ryfylke district and the islands north of Stavanger who ventured into the city to find work during the large herring period. They would typically come over in their rowing boats - with their houses(!). Over the years the area has changed from seedy to trendy, and today is considered a choice location for the urban-minded with a sense of history.
#Norge by Arnold Lan.