So, I am sorry I didn’t post over the weekend. I went away and I didn’t bring my laptop with me. In the future I will try to schedule some posts for when I’m going away.
I am currently planning a beach trip with my boyfriend for the end of July so I will try to write some posts before I do that.
Today I went to Tanner Falls near Honesdale, PA and I want to share some pictures of them with you! There’s also a really cool bridge there that was built in 1855. Yes, it’s fenced and off limits to pedestrians….yes we crawled through the hole in the fence and walked across it…twice… NO I DO NOT CONDONE BREAKING THE LAW!!! It’s off limits because it’s very VERY old and unsafe to be on…my friends and I are just idiots.
With that being said, please enjoy the pictures!
(If you look closely there’s a double rainbow!)
So I talk a lot about what makes me anxious and stressed everyday so I thought today I would go in a little bit of a different direction and talk about what helps me de-stress and relax.
I love listening to music and just relaxing and I also love reading books (Especially the Harry Potter books) but the thing that makes me the most happy and relaxed is going to the beach. Both of my grandmothers live in New Jersey and I’ve spent most of my life going to the beach for the summer and the boardwalk. I just feel so relaxed and at peace when I go to the ocean and listen to the waves and feel the sand under my toes. I also love walking through the woods so really I think just being out in nature helps me relax and de-stress. Unfortunately I also burn really easily so these two things tend to conflict.
My boyfriend has never been to New Jersey or the boardwalk so I’m hoping the two of us can take a short vacation this year and go visit the beach and that will definitely make me feel better since I’ve been super stressed lately with work and living with my parents still.
So yeah, that’s a little bit of what helps me relax and de-stress. What do you do for fun and to help relax in your spare time?
As always, have a goodnight!
So, this post is going to be a little different. I talk about anxiety a lot on here but I also love photography and taking pictures outside. Down at the edge of the property we have some woods that I like to walk the dog in and just explore. I’m not going to talk too much in this post but here’s some pictures from the walks in the woods: