I wanna travel with you. I wanna lay and walk with you on the beach, watching the sunset, kiss you and hear the sound of waves. I wanna visit hand in hand cities with you. I wanna take 1000 pictures with you at the prettiest places of the world.
Costs at least a little:
• the movies - horror movies & cuddle, empty movie & kiss, etc
• zoo date
• coffee shop
• ice cream / fro yo
• restaurant dinner date
• Canoeing / kayaking (ex. there’s a place near my city called Fort Whyte you can do it, they have the boats)
• Attempt to learn how to rollerblade or skate together if only one of you knows how
• Go out to a group dinner w friends together
• Go to a cat cafe together & take pictures of her & the cats
• Hang out at a pool
• Go to an amusement park. Hug her and scream on roller coasters, share cotton candy, take scenic pictures of her & with her, kiss her on the top of the Ferris wheel 🎡
• Bake cookies together (free if you already have all of the ingredients)
• go to a bookstore and pick out a book for each other that means something / represents something about the other person
• thrift shop & pick something out for each other that you think they’ll like
• walk around a beautiful park talking & holding hands
• card & board games night
• the mall
• movie night at home
• cloud gazing / watch the sunset / star gazing & cuddle & chat ((stargayze, if you will))
• binge-watch Netflix and cuddle
• walk around parks AND play Pokemon go together (it’s no longer popular but you can still do it)
• sleepover & waking up/staying up to enjoy the sunrise together. Bonus points if you do so at a lake or if you find a bridge over a river to do to so
• drive down to the beach & spend a couple hours there just the two of you, swimming, photography, sand castles, etc
• Drive around town listening to music & talking
• Hang out at home, listen to music, make out, talk
• Go hiking together somewhere beautiful, or just for a walk
• Nap while spooning/cuddling
• Paint on each other’s backs/bodys
• Find a secluded nature spot & go on a picnic!
• If there’s a drive-in
• free day at the museum
• Go to an animal shelter that will let you & take pictures of her playing with a puppy or several
• Get a table at Olive Garden & chat & eat only the free unlimited soup, salad, & breadsticks. (If they would even give you any if you don’t order!)
• go to Pride together
• play loud music and dance and sing together
• serenade her
• run around the city (or bus, or drive, w/e) and practice photography using each other as subjects. Post the pictures
• paint together
• try to draw each other realistically
• walk your dog together
• blanket and/or pillow fort
• hang out at the Forks, river trail if not flooded
• walk around Assiniboine Forest in the fall. Or summer
• Park ideas: Assiniboine Park, Vimy Ridge park, Grants old mill park that one
• Fort Whyte
• Assiniboia Downs (has a cost)
Aries: New years midnight. Fireworks go off and music plays. Everyone is kissing and drinking champagne. Pulling your coat tighter to you and bracing the cold. Eyes glitter and hands shiver
Taurus: Arizona, dry and barren. Sitting atop a cliff and watching an orange drenched sky set over a green and beige land. Standing up and screaming in an empty void. No one hears you but you feel good
Gemini: A birthday party at an amusement park. The anticipation you feel while waiting in line to ride the biggest ride at the park. Eating churros and birthday cake ice cream till you throw up
Cancer: Late night movies and pizza. Building blanket forts and crawling under with pillows and food. Cuddling and burrowing your face in the nape of your s/o neck. Staying up and talking and laughing long after the movie ends
Leo: The feeling of the ocean on a hot summer day. Picnic-ing on the hot sand surrounded by friends. Walking along the beach at sunset. Singing iconic songs around a fire and staying up way past midnight
Virgo: Walking the streets of a rainy city. Taking cover under a tarp. The warm you feel when you walk into an aesthetic coffee shop. The sip of coffee. Curling up on the couch and reading a good book
Libra: Hiking in the woods. Deep breaths you take to push yourself forward. Motivating others to keep going. Hearing the sound of the waterfall in the distance. Crisp water. The cool wind against your neck when you reach the top
Scorpio: The neon lights of Vegas. The electricity in your blood from the excitement of the city and its’ people. Stuffing yourself at an over priced buffet. Viewing the city from a skyscraper. Hearing muffled honking and screams from below
Sagittarius: Keeping a journal in your bag. Crossing off things from your bucket list. Bungee jumping in a foreign country. Trying new foods and cringing at the smell of it. Starting over. Creating a new persona in a new place
Capricorn: Art museums. Interpreting a piece from your point of view. Driving home in wonder. Being inspired to create your own art. Splashing red on a white canvas and calling it “abstract art”. Dreaming of being a millionaire
Aquarius: Making eye contact with someone from across the room and not looking away. Looking down at the ground and blushing. Time stopping. There’s only the two of you, everything goes dark. Your future flashing before you
Pisces: Pointing to a random place on a map and traveling there. Taking so many pictures that your camera becomes a part of you. Wearing aesthetic clothes. Looking at little cakes in a cute cafe. Eating ice cream by the pier
I am grateful to live in such a beautiful country. I always find myself taking South Australia for granted, thinking it’s boring and there’s nothing here for me. But just getting in my car and driving for that extra hour I discovered such an incredibly beautiful place down south. Waking up before the sun, I sat on the top of those stairs and waited until the sun and earth did its thing and rotated a little, and that’s where my day began. I am so lucky to be able to sit and unwind, breathing in the salty sea air and taking in the serenity.
If you have been feeling uninspired and down in the dumps about life, seriously just take the time out to do something. Wake up at 5am, get in the car or jump on the bus, or just walk outside your front door. Be grateful and appreciative for this amazing world that we live on, it will open up a whole new realm of consciousness and awareness and leave your mind feeling clear and refreshed.
- headcanons that nobody asked for but everyone wants 11/10
He strikes me as the type of person to want to have a pretty steady bond with someone before dating them.
You two would likely start out as good if not flirty friends, but after some time he’d give in to his feelings and take you on a date.
It’d be something simple but cute, either Starbucks or a walk in the park and then going to a food-truck. Idk anything he thinks up on the spot that means you’d get to know each other better so probs not a movie.
After dating a while:
Somehow he’d know everything about you, since he’s such a trustworthy person you’d end up telling him new random little things about you most every day.
Speaking of trustworthy, you’d have only one Relationship Groundrule: no getting jealous unless there was something to be jealous about.
Meaning, he wouldn’t care who your friends are, you wouldn’t care who he’s hanging with, neither of you would ever be worried about the other cheating etc.
He’s just such an honest and sincere person I can’t imagine him ever not taking a relationship seriously and fucking behind your back.
For your first anniversary he’d take you somewhere special, maybe even splash out on a weekend away or something romantic.
He’d constantly feel guilty when he has to leave for tour or concerts, even if he would only be gone a couple days.
Even after you reassure him you don’t mind and that you’d soon see each other again, he’d pout and cuddle into you. He misses you and wants to be with you all the time.
This is a good time to mention; he is quite clingy.
Minseok would cherish and crave being with you. He’s not intense to be with like the beagle line thankfully, he’s gentle and relaxing to have around.
Doesn’t mean he doesn’t have his moments.
Every now and then he has a “mad 5 minutes” and he laughs and teases and pokes you, making a total bellend of himself tbh whilst you try and fail to keep a straight face.
-It’s not a race. I was always so bummed about the number of countries I’ve been to compared to other people my age until I understood that the number of places visited is not what traveling is about at all. It’s not important about how many places you’ve been but the depth you’ve explored them. I have been to some beautiful places all around the world that I am insanely grateful for. We can not compare our journeys to others.
-Read books you normally wouldn’t read. Question each line. Watch movies you normally wouldn’t go see. Study the cinematography. Order the meal on the menu you can’t pronounce. This is how you discover new parts of yourself.
-Take care of our earth. We are destroying it faster than we even know. Humans need places that have not been altered or rearranged by man.
-Simplify. Clean. Get rid of shit. We don’t need a lot to live. Oh, and, pack light.
-Walk barefoot. Harden the bottom of your feet. Wear less makeup and dress the way you want. Be comfortable with your natural body. Drink more water. Take care of yourself.
-You have the power to choose love. Love the sky, the stars, the animals, the people, the trees, the street corners. Always choose to love.
-Going alone is okay. If we all waited for someone to travel with us, we’d be waiting for a very, very long time. So, please go even if you have no one to go with. There are millions of people all over the world that are just waiting to meet you. Some of them you’ll meet in a hostel room and you’ll end up spending the night walking through the street markets, some of them you’ll meet at a bar and discover new corners of a city you didn’t know existed, some of them you’ll meet sitting on a bench at a bus stop and you’ll end up sharing the best coffee you’ve probably ever had, some of them you’ll meet watching the sunset on the beach and you’ll end up sharing stories and laughing with them until the morning and some of them will end up being your best friends. And sometimes you’re going to be alone and going on tours, to the movies, or to restaurants sounds scary to do by yourself at first but soon enough you’ll learn that it is completely okay to be alone. Solo does not mean lonely.
-Don’t say you don’t like anything until you try it at least three times.
-Save your change.
-Spend less time on social media. It’s no secret that social media is addictive and it’s really good at taking away precious moments. It’s important to not be glued to your phone or laptop while abroad. Social media will always be there for you when you get home.
-Traveling is overly romanticized. It is very hard work. It does not solve all your problems that you have at home. And traveling is not what it looks like on Instagram.
-When you’re eating, really taste your food. Talk to the locals. Immerse yourself fully into this new culture. When you’re out hiking, let go of your phone. This is how you’re going to get the best experience possible. Live in the moment.
-Take photos. It is physically impossible to remember all these moments in your life. Someday down the road, maybe when you’re feeling a little depressed or bored, you can grab your camera and scroll through these photos that’ll remind you of some of the best times of your life.
-It’s okay to look like a tourist. It’s cool to make mistakes. Don’t be afraid to ask a questions. If you make a mistake, do or say something offensive then and apologize and move on. Your life won’t be over.
-Cheesy souvenirs are never worth it. Collect sea glass, your train tickets, plane tickets, maps, stickers and coins. Chances are those colosseum magnets you bought in rome were really made in china. Support the locals if you’re going to buy souvenirs.
-People are good. I’m sure you’ve heard or experienced this before but the people with nearly nothing are the most giving. We can all learn something from them.
-The world is not as bad and scary as the news makes it out to be.
-Nothing will ever go as you expect it to. Plans go out the door. I learned this the hard way. In fact, I am sure every traveler has learned this the hard way. You’ll miss flights, you’ll get flat tires on road trips, you’ll end up spending a lot more money than you expected, you’ll miss buses, you’ll have to run to trains to get to them on time, I promise you’ll have a dead battery when all you want to do is call mom to make you feel better, the hostel you wanted will be full, your dumb airline will lose all your luggage, things will get canceled and you’ll spend many unexpected nights crying but despite all the struggles that traveling brings upon us, it is always worth it. The tears, sore shoulders and blistered feet are always worth it. There’s no point in getting mad that your plan fell through.
-Everything happens for a reason. If you get an opportunity, take it and if something comes along in your life to change it, let it.