Bingin Beach, Uluwatu

Bali Style // 2

The thing I loved most about Bali is the sense of freedom I felt there. Although the lack of “rules” and infrastructure made some things seem questionable, it had a way of lending to a feeling of flow and ease. Somehow it all worked. People seemed lighter and happier. The driver from one of our villas, Sujata, told us, “A rule is just a rule,” insinuating that rules were viewed more as guidelines rather than
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Bali Style // 1

I have a problem. Once the holidays are over, I’m entirely over the cold weather. And I live in California! To be fair, it’s been cold and grey and gloomy here and it’s totally starting to get to me. I desperately crave warmth, sunshine, and a little bare skin…especially as pants slowly get more uncomfortable to wear. To cheer myself up and for anyone that could use a little virtual dose of a Vitamin D,
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Travel Diary, Seminyak, Bali – Things to Know

Outside The W Hotel. Indonesian beer. Cost about $2!    Offerings line the streets. Watch your step.    Exploring Canguu. Green juices galore! :) Lots of traffic. The market near Seminyak Square. Bamboo ladder & no safety precaution. To move the ladder, the top guy hung from the pole while the other guy moved it from the ground. Daybeds at The W.    The most beautiful sunset we saw. Fun servers at Sisterfields! The bluest water at Echo
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Play + Purposelessness

  When was the last time you did something just for the hell of it? For absolutely no purpose other than your own enjoyment. Last Wednesday, I did something I’d never thought I’d do again – I went back to dance class. I danced in high school and all throughout college, but stopped once I graduated in 2011. I’ve missed it for years and lately I’ve been craving that kind of movement and expression so, with
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