Let me guess, you are think working out at home would be lonely and boring??
Truth: it is anything but!
I honestly never felt more alone in a crowded room then I went to the gym. I felt like I had no idea what doing and everyone was staring and laughing at me.
When I found these girls and started working out on zoom with girls I felt like I found my people. People who value their health and wellness and do nothing but support each other.
At a gym I would never talk to a soul and now each morning (and at 0400 no less) I get hang out with some of the most BA women I know 😁❤️💪🏼 #teambetterforit
The philosophy behind Erika's work has been heavily shaped by the 7 months she spent working in Australia's immigration detention centre on Nauru, where she witness some of the most joyous and most horrific moments of her entire life. "I came to truly understand that moments of happiness can be created in even the darkest of places," she says of the experience. #kineticcollective#artsforinternationaldevelopment
Yesterday Visited HardCore Nexalite Area of Chhattisgarh for Configure eServer ,There was a Govt.Boy Hostel in the village so in free time visited there, these kids are living in the govt hostel because there in no school in their villages which are effected by nexalites. Spend a Some time there with kids #kids#futurStars#india#socialworker#society#upcomingSuperHeros#ShriHari 💓
Erika Goldsmith is a dancer, a mobiliser and a sailor at heart.
She’s been with Kinetic Collective since the very beginning in 2012. Read more about this legend on our website. #linkinbio 📸 Brian Sullivan @opus125brian
Hoy convocamos a nuestros influencers @flordecana.nicaragua y a dos blogs foodies para participar de una sesión del Mixtronomy Tour 🥃🍽 Cliente: Flor de Caña
Acción: Convocatoria y Gestión de Prensa
It’s been a little over a month since I returned from Africa, and not a day goes by that I do not think of the smiling children, the insatiable need to help others, and how love means everything.
I think about visiting the single water source that provides water to nearly 3,000 people in the middle of Kenya. It is a small, dirty, disease-ridden lake. The people swim and defecate in the lake; they also drink from it, bathe in it, and use the water to cook their meals with. Drinking this water has caused fatalities... But (yes, there is a but. Thank gosh!) ...
This week for #worldwaterday , you can help bring clean, safe water to kids and communities in need! Check out my LINK in profile — ALL #donations this week will go toward the next @withmyown2hands clean water project and will include your name in a donor plaque next to the water source ($50+). Trust me when I say that that is pret-ty cool (I’ve seen the custom name plaques, so I know you will not be disappointed. 💁)
Dirty, unsafe water isn’t acceptable for anyone in this planet. Let’s make a difference... together!
SEE LINK IN BIO. For real though. 😀