Laughter is wonderfully contagious, and like Audrey my favorite thing to do. In many ways it’s also all about perspective and what we allow our realities to consist of.
http://wp.me/p3eItK-1Qt Laughter is wonderfully contagious, and like Audrey my favorite thing to do. In many ways it’s also all about perspective and what we allow our realities to consist of.
I love people who make me laugh. I honestly think it’s the thing I like most, to laugh. It cures a multitude of ills. It’s probably the most important thing in a person.
Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed, citizens can change the world. Indeed, it is the only thing that ever has.
Everyone thinks of changing the world, but no one thinks of changing himself.
It’s true. Every journey begins with a step and it’s always a step so wine that’s alone. As the path unveils itself so do faces that turn from strangers to blocks
Hola Doosters <3
Writing this piece is probably going to be one of my favorites, especially since I am writing to you from the Dominican Repbulic.
I recently just left on vacation a couple of days ago with my father to visit where he grew up in the country side called Mamey Los Hidalgos.
On Sunday, I woke up to the sound of a rooster and my dad pulling my leg at 8 am in order to get ready for our drive to the beach. La Ensenada, located in Puerto Plata, is probably one of the most beautiful beaches I have visited, considering that beaches in New York City are not always the cleanest.
If you are wishing to go to a tropical place away from the city, then the Dominican Republic is the perfect place. Every time I have visited the Dominican Republic, I have always felt the weight roll off my shoulders. There’s a sense of peace and relaxation that makes you feel like you can accomplish many things. Everything feels really calm and people are just wonderful.
Gazing at the beautiful beach and gaining ideas for our home, we went Kiko’s Restaurant, where they give you a selection of seafood with a side of fried plantains or sweet potatoes. I was able to conquer some fried fish with a side of tostones (fried plantains). Kiko’s is literally the best place to go to after talking a dip in the water and you’re just craving good food. Being in the country side for two days, I made my way to Santo Domingo (the capital) in order to spend time with my cousins. And they took me out to a cool spot called Chef Peppers, where they make really amazing burgers. They also have a special sauce, which is really good.
So far, the trip has gone off to a great start and hopefully more adventures to come.
Sincerely, Emily Sarita.
Did Someone Say, #Beach? Hola Doosters <3 Writing this piece is probably going to be one of my favorites, especially since I am writing to you from the Dominican Repbulic.
I see fashion as a proclamation or manifestation of identity, so, as long as identities are important, fashion will continue to be important. The link between fashion and identity begins to get real interesting, however, in the case of people who don’t fall clearly into a culturally-recognized identity. ― Kate Bornstein
Something truly beautiful happens when we’re pushed outside of our comfort zone. When we connect with things that make us feel uncomfortable we open up and if we’re wise enough, understand to love it.
The Doost & Co., with our very own talented photographer Will Keown, were able to document just that. At the editorial shoot for CREEM MAG’s next fall fashion shoot which is all about pushing the boundaries and being uncensored.
Stylist Polar Buranasatit described Rain Dove as a breath of fresh air for fashion, steering away from the typical model “look.”
You can’t limit yourself anymore.
She’s such a handsome guy, and when she glans up she’s so beautiful. Rain has a unique look and it works in this industry!
The adventure is to play with both masculine and feminine looks and yes, black censorship tape is included.
Big shout out to Licari’s Angel’s; hair stylist Brittany White, make-up artist Jessica Plummer, and Licari’s intern Sara Clarken. Bringing to life a vision made to influence the next level <3 like Polar said, “You can’t limit yourself anymore.”
Uncensored for @CreemMag with @rainedayz32 @MattLicari #exclusive by @wwk87 I see fashion as a proclamation or manifestation of identity, so, as long as identities are important, fashion will continue to be important.
My fitness freak continues. I am on the weight loss train and it is gaining steam. I have been finding out all the tricks to weight loss and general health.
So far I’ve learned:
- Change your thinking, remember Rome wasn’t built in a day and your body won’t be either. Stick it out, what’s a few months in the whole course of your life?
- Diet means a lot. Remember starving yourself will do you no good. You need to learn out to eat in a healthy way. Three meals a day with snacks, your metabolism needs to feel safe, because bodies react with fat when they’re nervous.
- Find a support system. You’re more likely to have better results if you have a team on your side. When you have people you can ask questions and feel motivated by your likelihood of success increases!
- At the end of the day, remember it’s not your body that makes you lovable, it’s you. But it sure is fun to feel good in your body!