dreamsloveandexcess:

co-gi-to:

untamedcomets:

This is important

IMPORTANT. BOOST.

Always ReBlogging

lati-negros:

Cuban-French duo, Ibeyi, “River”

Interesting…!

pureblyss:

bake-me-cupcakes:

let handwritten letters never go out of style.

Yes yes yes.

pureblyss:

bake-me-cupcakes:

let handwritten letters never go out of style.

Yes yes yes.

I feel like I’m slowly starting to incorporate these into my daily routine but it’s so hard to eat many times a day on a busy schedule! How do people do it???

I feel like I’m slowly starting to incorporate these into my daily routine but it’s so hard to eat many times a day on a busy schedule! How do people do it???

penamerican:

"Are we to paint what’s on the face, what’s inside the face, or what’s behind it?" - Pablo Picasso

penamerican:

"Are we to paint what’s on the face, what’s inside the face, or what’s behind it?" - Pablo Picasso

tothemarathonandback:

Yoga poses: Basic to Advanced

(all these ś, ć and cz are from Polonized versions of names in Sanskrit, I hope it’s not confusing)

Podcasts

I’ve become obsessed with them. Having a smart phone that allows you to download awesome radio/podcast apps helps. Here are the apps I swear by as of late:

  • RFI - Radio France International (news programs in French and other languages)
  • iTunes U - A good resource for learning. My favorite podcast: Lusofalantes (Lusophone Speakers, interviews with Portuguese speakers from all over the world)
  • Stitcher - Allows you to ‘stitch’ together your favorite podcasts, so they play continuously.

Podcasts:

  • Radio Lab (NPR) - Podcasts for the curious minds.
  • Radio Ambulante (Spanish) and Radio Ambulante: Unscripted (English) - Stories from Latin America and about Latinos
  • Marketplace - Business news made interesting

Cairospirit in Tunisia, Medina of Kerouan

Reminds me of Chefchaouen…