Visitare il Museo del Bargello da un'emozione particolare, se si pensa che, un tempo, prima di essere il fantastico museo che oggi è, è stato anche il carcere dove venivano condotti e rinchiusi coloro che commettevano crimini a Firenze. Avete mai visto la serie tv @davincisdemons_starz? La trovate anche su @netflixit naturalmente! Beh, passeggiando tra queste mura, non potevo fare a meno di ricordare @lostwaxprocess interpretare Lorenzo Il Magnifico e gridare spesso: "portatelo al Bargello!!!" 😄
Visiting Bargello Museum in Florence gives you a special emotion, if you think that, once, before becoming the stunning museum it is today, this place was a jail. Have you ever watched @davincisdemons_starz? You can find it on @netflix obviously! Well, walking between these walls, I couldn't help but remember @lostwaxprocess starring as Lorenzo il Magnifico and screaming often: "take him to the Bargello!!!" 😄
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Had such an amazing stay at this super spacious serviced apartment. Also grateful for being able to stuff myself with all the good food, party till 4am for 2 consecutive nights, and meet really nice people along the way. Till then~ 🇲🇾
Finally back home with my bae! Like I mentioned on twitter, traveling alone (or with friends) has one major downfall if you’re in a relationship - you yearn for you SO to experience every enjoyable moment with you.
Just put up a new video from wonderful Mirissa 🌴💦 Showing you our favourite spots and flying the drone over the beautiful Coconut Tree Hill 💕 Link in bio 🐬
“Perfectionism is not a way to prevent shame. It is a form of shame.” When I read this, my eyes welled up with tears. Now, perfectionism is not the same as trying your best. We should always do that. Perfectionism is the belief that if we “live perfect, look perfect and act perfect, we can minimize or avoid the pain of blame, judgment and shame.” But perfectionism ends up keeping us from truly living. It makes us wait until we’re good enough, beautiful enough, thin enough, smart enough, until we finally do something. And the thing is, because we are our own harshest critic, the perfect us is unrealistic and we end up waiting forever-turned-into-never to do what we really want to. I think of all the times I didn’t leave my house because my skin had broken out. I think of all the times I didn’t go out to eat because then I wouldn’t be fit enough. I think of all the times I didn’t go to the beach because I didn’t look good enough. I think of all the times I didn’t apply for writing opportunities because my words weren’t profound enough. I think of all the times I didn’t set boundaries because I didn’t feel worthy enough. When I read this quote, I realized how what I believed was striving to be my best, was actually a submitting to my own incorrect beliefs of “not enough.” That in my shame, I was actually keeping myself from being my best because I wasn’t doing everything that makes me love life, everything that ignites the light I want to give out into the world🌎 We are enough. We are more than what we do and how we look doing it. We are enough whether at the end of the day we accomplish everything or nothing of what we wanted to. Let’s not wait till we’re perfect to live our life because one day we’ll look back and realize we spent our whole lives waiting instead of living. So here I am, sitting at LAX, flying out for an opportunity that on paper I’m probably not qualified or perfect for. But I’m saying yes to life, saying that whether I have the right resume, I am enough, I deserve opportunities and mostly, I deserve to truly live✨🌈🔮