Fridays got me like…

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-km xoxo

 

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Happy Fri-yay!

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IT IS OFFICIALLY FRIDAY!!! If you are in the city today, please keep your eyes out for these positive “Be Mighty” flyers in the Lower East Side. A couple of months ago one of my best friends and I saw these and loved them! Hopefully they are still out and bring a smile to your FRI-YAY!

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-km xoxo

#FlashbackFriday #MOMA

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Last Friday, I went to the Museum of Modern Art with my aunt and her girlfriend. It was a great experience and it was also our first times going to the famous New York City Museum. I adored how each level was categorized by exclusive exhibitions to periodical types of art by floor. During each floor you go to, the art speaks to you more and more. There are various types of art within each room, which transition into another major revolution in art. Here in the gallery are several of my favourite pieces! Enjoy!

– km xoxo

P.S. Every Friday from 4-8 P.M. MoMa is free to the public via free admission to all. Here is more information at: http://www.moma.org/visit/plan/index#hours.

#FlashbackFriday Up In the Clouds

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TGIF EVERYONE! Now it is time to relax and enjoy the weekend!

I can’t believe how surreal traveling can be so if you are traveling over the holidays, don’t forget to look out your window because you’ll never know what you’ll see. This a photo from my travels to LA and I couldn’t believe how amazing the clouds looked. Enjoy!

– km xoxo

#FlashbackFriday

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FRIDAYYYYY!!!! THAT MEANS WEEKEND!!! Hope everyone will have a relaxing weekend! Since it is Friday, I would like to make a homage to #FlashbackFriday. I was going through my old photos and came across this photo. It is one of my all time favourites from going on my high school trip to Washington D.C. when I was a junior. An old friend of mine took the photo of me on my camera of me skipping back to the Lincoln Memorial and this photo is so beautiful. The lighting is perfection because it beams, leaving streaks of rainbows across the photos and creates the illusion of the scenery as a painting. Sometimes I cannot believe that is me in the photo. I will never forget that high school trip since that is when I fell in love with the East Coast. Also, never underestimate the beauty of nature, its incredible what it has to offer.

– km xoxo