All posts tagged: explore

Infinite Prosperity Ball + Yacht 2016

Seeing as this will be my very last post of 2016, I thought it fitting to share some photos from The Infinite Prosperity Ball + Yacht 2016… We met some truly incredible people, all on their own individual journeys, conquering fears and becoming the best versions of themselves they possibly can. Some think Infinite Prosperity is solely a trading education company… but it’s not, it’s so much more than that. It’s a movement and it’s powerful. Amy and Lewis cultivated the most inspiring community of entrepreneurs, traders, dreamers, believers, and the list goes on… I’m honoured and humbled to be surrounded by so many extraordinary individuals. Thank you so much to everyone who made our experience in Australia so memorable. Irek and I are so excited for next year! Lastly, I just wanted to say thank you so much to everyone who visited and supported my blog this year… It’s been an amazing 9 months, and I really hope you’ve enjoyed the content. Can’t wait to share more of my journey in 2017 with you. Happy new year! Lots of love 🙂 Cheers, Molly xx …

Gold Coast, Australia

Irek and I arrived home from Australia a couple weeks ago, and yes, we are missing the heat badly. When we landed in VanCity, it was a ‘huge’ blizzard (by Vancouver standards). And since, the snow has stayed! It’s the first time in 3.5 years that we’ve actually had snow on the ground for longer than a day. It’s beautiful really… but Irek and I are definitely more suited to warmer climates (a move is definitely in our future). That being said, the purpose of our trip to Australia was to attend the year-end Infinite Prosperity Ball + Yacht 2016. It was a magical time and I’ll be dedicating an entire blog post to those events within the next week or so. But for now, I wanted to share some shots we took during our time on the Gold Coast. We stayed in a beautiful home with some truly incredible people who inspire me in so many different ways (Amy Sangster, Lewis Mocker, Robyn Louise, Irek Piekarski and everyone’s favourite person, Carlo!). Thanks to all of you for making our time …

Bali Yoga Snaps

My most inspired yoga sessions happen when I’m abroad. I believe it has a lot to do with the fact that I’m in a constant state of gratitude and appreciation. That state naturally lends itself to all aspects of life becoming brighter and more colourful. However, the Bali heat definitely challenged me. I forgot how hot and humid it was and had to force myself to push through each session. I’m grateful for the experience though, because your practice will never reach higher levels until you put yourself out there, and test your own limits. I hope you enjoy these yoga shots and perhaps they will inspire you to continue practicing and break through your own barriers, whether they be mental or physical. Cheers, Molly xx Wearing; Tonic Active (use code ‘Molly20’ for 20% off); yoga towels from Sand Cloud (use code ‘MollyPa25’ for 25% off). _________ “Walk as if you are kissing the Earth with your feet.” – Thich Nhat Hanh

One Hundred Waterfalls, Hamilton

Irek and I just recently spent 10 days in Ontario visiting family and attending some special events. We didn’t have too much time to explore but we did manage to visit a couple waterfalls in Hamilton the day before we left. Something I didn’t know (and I lived in Ontario for 24 years) is that Hamilton is actually home to 100 different waterfalls! The city sits on the Bruce Trail and the Niagara Escarpment and is full of unbelievable beauty. While we were exploring, I actually felt like we were back home in British Columbia! To get to the specific waterfalls we visited you would drive west of Toronto for about an hour and arrive at Tews Falls. It’s a beautiful area with lots of places to picnic. I definitely recommend visiting this area if you’re in the GTA. In my opinion, it’s the closest place to Toronto where you can experience nature to the fullest. Have a beautiful day & keep smiling! Cheers, Molly xx __________ “Our life is composed greatly from dreams, from the …

Deception Pass Park Washington

Deception Pass

There is the most amazing park about 2 hours south of Vancouver in Washington, called Deception Pass State Park. Irek and I haven’t done too much exploring in Washington since we moved to BC almost 3 years ago, but there is so much to discover all around the Pacific North West. This park in Washington was surrounded by some of the greenest water I’ve ever seen. It was breathtaking and really took me by surprise. Once we went down below the bridge, the only sounds you could hear were birds chirping and bees buzzing! And, overhead, eagles were soaring and pelicans were hunting for fish. It was absolutely incredible, I fell in love with it. We didn’t realize how huge the state park was, until we arrived and had a look at the map. We could have spent much longer than just the few hours we were there exploring. It’s definitely on my high priority list to head back there, and potentially camp for a few days in the summer. Hope you enjoy the pictures …