Spent a lovely day in London with friends! We started with breakfast at dishoom, then explored Hyde park and the serpentine galleries (art installation by Christo pictured here), walked through the Nelson Mandela centenary exhibition, drank beers by the Thames, drank more beers at brewdog, and had a delicious dinner/Sunday roast at temper soho! Great day 😎
No matter the day, a stroll through Meissen will be lined with an abundance of color. The German town is known not only for its porcelain but also as the home of one of the smallest cathedrals in all of Europe. Follow the meandering path to see for yourself how shared real estate on Albrechtsburg castle hill led to Meissen Cathedral’s moniker. (📷: @jan.moebius 📍: Meißen)
I can’t say enough how much I enjoy spending time in the city with my wonderful wife. Both of us really needed a vacation and have really enjoyed our time together. Sometimes vacations are filled with just as much things as when you’re back home... if not more, trying to fit it all in. That’s the goal it seems. How can we have as much fun as possible? Slowing down is really hard for me. If I’m not working, creating or enjoying something, what am I doing? Is that healthy, is that right? Not always. I feel like it’s a side effect of our society, but mostly it’s a choice. Time is the one thing we will never be able to get back once it’s spent. How we spend our time is what we like to call freedom. It seems like the older we get the less of that we have. Reality though, is that none of us are guaranteed tomorrow. You won’t find me living by the term YOLO... yes plan for the future! Set goals! One step at a time... but treat time just like you would money. Sometimes that means saving it to do absolutely nothing with it. Why? Because it goes by so fast.