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  • Missing those Joshua Tree sunsets.
  • Missing those Joshua Tree sunsets.
  •  2  1  4 minutes ago
  • Simple days are the best 💖
  • Simple days are the best 💖
  •  14  1  21 minutes ago
  • So excited that our track #CALIFORNIA made the #RDtop3 @radiodisney ❤️❤️ but we need you to go vote and comment! Someone has got to give Taylor Swift & BTS  a run for their money 😝 just click the link in the bio to vote and comment now! Thank you all so much ❤️🦒🦒
  • So excited that our track #CALIFORNIA made the #RDtop3 @radiodisney ❤️❤️ but we need you to go vote and comment! Someone has got to give Taylor Swift & BTS a run for their money 😝 just click the link in the bio to vote and comment now! Thank you all so much ❤️🦒🦒
  •  13  4  24 minutes ago
  • if you haven’t had time to get tan for summer yet, lemme help you out! dm for an appointment!
📍los angeles
  • if you haven’t had time to get tan for summer yet, lemme help you out! dm for an appointment!
    📍los angeles
  •  13  2  25 minutes ago
  • My California album has over 1000 photos. That’s a lot of throwbacks. Buckle in! 😁🏞 #tbt
  • My California album has over 1000 photos. That’s a lot of throwbacks. Buckle in! 😁🏞 #tbt
  •  13  4  29 minutes ago
  • Yosemite is awesome
  • Yosemite is awesome
  •  40  1  32 minutes ago
  • We’re celebrating the efforts of Russian Riverkeeper (@rriverkeeper) as a way to travel kindly to Sonoma County. *

A $10 nightly donation to Russian Riverkeeper will unlock exclusive hotel rates + perks to Sonoma hotels, or to your favorite hotel on KindTraveler.com. *

Why Is It Important?
The Russian Riverkeeper inspires and educates the community to protect the Russian River through education, citizen action, scientific research, and expert advocacy. This community-based organization preserves, protects and keeps the river flowing from Ukiah to Jenner, where the river dips directly into the Pacific Ocean (in the spring the seals pups love to sunbathe here). The focus is regenerating the health of the Russian River and its wildlife by restoring over 80% of river and wetland areas lost over the last 100 years to mining, agricultural and urban development. Preserving the Russian River makes our community and its wildlife resilient to the effects of our changing climate.

How You Can Travel Kindly:
* Choose Russian Riverkeeper as your local charity when you book #KindHotels with KindTraveler.com
* Volunteer: Join a Wednesday morning education and cleanup crew at Riverkeeper Stewardship park in Guerneville
* Join in on scheduled Foss Creek Community Restoration days and help clear out the creek
* Participate in the annual Russian River Watershed Cleanup Event – 2018’s crew removed over 21,000 lbs. of garbage from the river keeping it clean for all to enjoy
* Participate or attend events including the Great Russian River Race and the annual Ripp’n River Bash
* The simplest thing, conserve water, recycle, reduce electricity and enjoy native plants
  • We’re celebrating the efforts of Russian Riverkeeper (@rriverkeeper) as a way to travel kindly to Sonoma County. *

    A $10 nightly donation to Russian Riverkeeper will unlock exclusive hotel rates + perks to Sonoma hotels, or to your favorite hotel on KindTraveler.com. *

    Why Is It Important?
    The Russian Riverkeeper inspires and educates the community to protect the Russian River through education, citizen action, scientific research, and expert advocacy. This community-based organization preserves, protects and keeps the river flowing from Ukiah to Jenner, where the river dips directly into the Pacific Ocean (in the spring the seals pups love to sunbathe here). The focus is regenerating the health of the Russian River and its wildlife by restoring over 80% of river and wetland areas lost over the last 100 years to mining, agricultural and urban development. Preserving the Russian River makes our community and its wildlife resilient to the effects of our changing climate.

    How You Can Travel Kindly:
    * Choose Russian Riverkeeper as your local charity when you book #KindHotels with KindTraveler.com
    * Volunteer: Join a Wednesday morning education and cleanup crew at Riverkeeper Stewardship park in Guerneville
    * Join in on scheduled Foss Creek Community Restoration days and help clear out the creek
    * Participate in the annual Russian River Watershed Cleanup Event – 2018’s crew removed over 21,000 lbs. of garbage from the river keeping it clean for all to enjoy
    * Participate or attend events including the Great Russian River Race and the annual Ripp’n River Bash
    * The simplest thing, conserve water, recycle, reduce electricity and enjoy native plants
  •  115  1  39 minutes ago
  • Day 3 ✅ #zkcreator2019
•••
Today’s session was about how to reach out to your first prospect. To start off, understand why you want to create that relationship. Will this lead to future opportunities? Are you looking to gain experience? Or are you simply interested in what they’re doing? Know your strengths and leverage that to demonstrate the value you can provide to fill that person or brand’s gaps. There is nothing wrong with offering your services for free or at a reduced cost as long as you feel the connection will be beneficial to both parties. Don’t do it for clout or just a quick buck. That goes with anything that involves your time. Do something because you enjoy it. Think long term and work on projects that will help you get to where you want to go. Learn from rejection and be consistent with your efforts.✌🏼
  • Day 3 ✅ #zkcreator2019
    •••
    Today’s session was about how to reach out to your first prospect. To start off, understand why you want to create that relationship. Will this lead to future opportunities? Are you looking to gain experience? Or are you simply interested in what they’re doing? Know your strengths and leverage that to demonstrate the value you can provide to fill that person or brand’s gaps. There is nothing wrong with offering your services for free or at a reduced cost as long as you feel the connection will be beneficial to both parties. Don’t do it for clout or just a quick buck. That goes with anything that involves your time. Do something because you enjoy it. Think long term and work on projects that will help you get to where you want to go. Learn from rejection and be consistent with your efforts.✌🏼
  •  22  4  44 minutes ago
  • Venice Beach lived up to the expectation of providing loads of culture, good food and good vibes✌🏽🤪
  • Venice Beach lived up to the expectation of providing loads of culture, good food and good vibes✌🏽🤪
  •  15  2  46 minutes ago
  • And the rest of my too few days in California - visiting family and friends - had too much fun talking to actually take pictures -  shame on me.  Brunch with Laura's roommate from college and his awesome parents, running errands with my girl where we found Its It ice cream - the San Francisco tradition since 1925 - loved the coffee shops that used fettuccine instead of cardboard stirrers, lunch with my mom, visiting family friends I grew up with - who are more like family - and it all started with four men who all immigrated from India to go to grad school at Stanford in the 60s (my dad was one) and remained life long friends, one of my best friends from law school - my bar exam buddy - Karen, my maid of honor and one of my best friends from college Sarita and her husband Prasanna, with Zachary's pizza of course, lunch with my mom, dinner with my uncle and awesomely fun cousins ... and Laura, who seemed to actually enjoy being dragged to hang out with family and friends. The hard part about going home is never having enough time to see everyone I'd like to see. Grateful for the time I had to see my girl thriving in her new environment, long time friends and family, awesome food, TWO runs in the California sunshine - my first runs in 6 months - and a chance to go home and rejuvenate. In the meantime Jake became more and more independent each day at Berklee vocals summit, navigating the city; the schedule and dorm life with less help each day. He even navigated his way through the city to their open mic night location. The kids there were so accepting too - by last night's open mic they all knew him by name and made sure to take him along most places they went. Today, Craig showed up at Jake's dorm to go over the schedule and all Jake could say is "I do this independently. I got it." In other words "go away dad" #TypicalTeenager #californiadreaming
  • And the rest of my too few days in California - visiting family and friends - had too much fun talking to actually take pictures - shame on me. Brunch with Laura's roommate from college and his awesome parents, running errands with my girl where we found Its It ice cream - the San Francisco tradition since 1925 - loved the coffee shops that used fettuccine instead of cardboard stirrers, lunch with my mom, visiting family friends I grew up with - who are more like family - and it all started with four men who all immigrated from India to go to grad school at Stanford in the 60s (my dad was one) and remained life long friends, one of my best friends from law school - my bar exam buddy - Karen, my maid of honor and one of my best friends from college Sarita and her husband Prasanna, with Zachary's pizza of course, lunch with my mom, dinner with my uncle and awesomely fun cousins ... and Laura, who seemed to actually enjoy being dragged to hang out with family and friends. The hard part about going home is never having enough time to see everyone I'd like to see. Grateful for the time I had to see my girl thriving in her new environment, long time friends and family, awesome food, TWO runs in the California sunshine - my first runs in 6 months - and a chance to go home and rejuvenate. In the meantime Jake became more and more independent each day at Berklee vocals summit, navigating the city; the schedule and dorm life with less help each day. He even navigated his way through the city to their open mic night location. The kids there were so accepting too - by last night's open mic they all knew him by name and made sure to take him along most places they went. Today, Craig showed up at Jake's dorm to go over the schedule and all Jake could say is "I do this independently. I got it." In other words "go away dad" #TypicalTeenager #californiadreaming
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  • We like to give shout-outs to our most dedicated Eyewitnesses! @greghfoto is a SoCal native who grew up in Torrance and now lives in Rolling Hills Estates. He’s a semi-professional photographer and graphic designer - and a licensed drone pilot! Greg is inspired by the beauty of our SoCal coast, and the sunsets along our local beaches. He’s an advocate of keeping our beaches clean and safe, and preserving our oceans and sea life. We'd like to thank Greg for tagging his posts with #abc7eyewitness!
  • We like to give shout-outs to our most dedicated Eyewitnesses! @greghfoto is a SoCal native who grew up in Torrance and now lives in Rolling Hills Estates. He’s a semi-professional photographer and graphic designer - and a licensed drone pilot! Greg is inspired by the beauty of our SoCal coast, and the sunsets along our local beaches. He’s an advocate of keeping our beaches clean and safe, and preserving our oceans and sea life. We'd like to thank Greg for tagging his posts with #abc7eyewitness!
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  • hey fren
  • hey fren
  •  30  1  57 minutes ago

Top #californiadreaming Posts

  • We’re celebrating the efforts of Russian Riverkeeper (@rriverkeeper) as a way to travel kindly to Sonoma County. *

A $10 nightly donation to Russian Riverkeeper will unlock exclusive hotel rates + perks to Sonoma hotels, or to your favorite hotel on KindTraveler.com. *

Why Is It Important?
The Russian Riverkeeper inspires and educates the community to protect the Russian River through education, citizen action, scientific research, and expert advocacy. This community-based organization preserves, protects and keeps the river flowing from Ukiah to Jenner, where the river dips directly into the Pacific Ocean (in the spring the seals pups love to sunbathe here). The focus is regenerating the health of the Russian River and its wildlife by restoring over 80% of river and wetland areas lost over the last 100 years to mining, agricultural and urban development. Preserving the Russian River makes our community and its wildlife resilient to the effects of our changing climate.

How You Can Travel Kindly:
* Choose Russian Riverkeeper as your local charity when you book #KindHotels with KindTraveler.com
* Volunteer: Join a Wednesday morning education and cleanup crew at Riverkeeper Stewardship park in Guerneville
* Join in on scheduled Foss Creek Community Restoration days and help clear out the creek
* Participate in the annual Russian River Watershed Cleanup Event – 2018’s crew removed over 21,000 lbs. of garbage from the river keeping it clean for all to enjoy
* Participate or attend events including the Great Russian River Race and the annual Ripp’n River Bash
* The simplest thing, conserve water, recycle, reduce electricity and enjoy native plants
  • We’re celebrating the efforts of Russian Riverkeeper (@rriverkeeper) as a way to travel kindly to Sonoma County. *

    A $10 nightly donation to Russian Riverkeeper will unlock exclusive hotel rates + perks to Sonoma hotels, or to your favorite hotel on KindTraveler.com. *

    Why Is It Important?
    The Russian Riverkeeper inspires and educates the community to protect the Russian River through education, citizen action, scientific research, and expert advocacy. This community-based organization preserves, protects and keeps the river flowing from Ukiah to Jenner, where the river dips directly into the Pacific Ocean (in the spring the seals pups love to sunbathe here). The focus is regenerating the health of the Russian River and its wildlife by restoring over 80% of river and wetland areas lost over the last 100 years to mining, agricultural and urban development. Preserving the Russian River makes our community and its wildlife resilient to the effects of our changing climate.

    How You Can Travel Kindly:
    * Choose Russian Riverkeeper as your local charity when you book #KindHotels with KindTraveler.com
    * Volunteer: Join a Wednesday morning education and cleanup crew at Riverkeeper Stewardship park in Guerneville
    * Join in on scheduled Foss Creek Community Restoration days and help clear out the creek
    * Participate in the annual Russian River Watershed Cleanup Event – 2018’s crew removed over 21,000 lbs. of garbage from the river keeping it clean for all to enjoy
    * Participate or attend events including the Great Russian River Race and the annual Ripp’n River Bash
    * The simplest thing, conserve water, recycle, reduce electricity and enjoy native plants
  •  115  1  39 minutes ago
  • I 👏🏼 Can’t 👏🏼 Even 👏🏼 With this lengthy blonde. Those Champagne  tones🍾 🙌🏼 Those @covetandmane Twenty-Twos!!! D R E A M Y !!! If you’re ready for your dream hair, click the link in my bio. #manealley (Work by @diana.manealley + @ally.jeann ).
  • I 👏🏼 Can’t 👏🏼 Even 👏🏼 With this lengthy blonde. Those Champagne tones🍾 🙌🏼 Those @covetandmane Twenty-Twos!!! D R E A M Y !!! If you’re ready for your dream hair, click the link in my bio. #manealley (Work by @diana.manealley + @ally.jeann ).
  •  106  10  4 hours ago