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Thank you @babytraven for being my Instagram husband and always taking cute pics of me 😂 Off to the Maldives today for more blueass water!

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Spent months perfecting my handstand pushups so I could do them at these rice fields in Bali. 🎥: @babytraven

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Back in my favorite country for the past 2 weeks. Chilling by the pool. Going on sunrise missions. Meeting rad new friends. Watching them crash motorbikes. Falling into rice fields. Eating delicious local food. So much to do here, it's great not having to worry about keeping track of receipts with @expensify #YouWerentBornToDoExpenses #ad 📸 @babytraven

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Back in Laos. Love the crazy views around every corner and the blue swimming holes here.

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A split second in the heart of Tokyo.

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Firefall was such a crazy sight. Watching the waterfall turn from yellow to a glowing orange. Looked like lava.

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I've always loved making forts as a kid but I have never made one out of snow up untill this weekend. I had no idea what I was doing. 2 hours into it my arms were so sore from shoveling and I was 80% sure the fort was going to collapse at any second. To my surprise It didn't. I felt like a kid playing inside of it, making additions to it and showing my friends. #whpsplitscreen @instagram

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All these cold gloomy days have me missing warm tropical water like this.

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"Someday Daniel is going to flex so hard he gets a hernia." -my brother @kevin_the_young 📸: @justindkauffman

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Believe it or not, most of the world's chocolate are mined from these hills. #nowyouknow

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It appears that Joshua Tree was happy to see my brother and I. The feeling was mutual though.

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Some people just want to watch the world burn. Think about reducing your meat and dairy consuption for our Earth. As a big meat eater and veggie hater for most of my life I recently discovered avoiding meat and dairy is the single biggest thing you can do to reduce your environmental impact on this Earth. Here are some shocking examples I discovered: Livestock is responsible for just as much greenhouse gas emissions as the whole transportation sector(cars, planes, buses, boats, etc). For me it's easier to stop eating meat than to stop using transportation. Livestock is responsible for a lot of rainforest destruction. It is estimated that for each pound of beef produced, 200 square feet of rainforest are destroyed. 2.7 million hectares of tropical rainforest a year are destroyed for beef production. 0.03% of the oceans plastic are from plastic straws while 46% of the oceans plastic is from fishing equipment. As a plastic hater, that blew my mind. But fishing nets also catch and kill a lot of other animals like turtles, dolphins, sharks etc. Here are some other reasons: it takes 2,000 gallons of water to make 1lb of beef. Antibiotic resistance from livestock being given so much antibiotics. Our rivers, lakes and oceans our being polluted with 19,000,000,000 livestock animals shitting everyday. Climate change is real and is happening faster than we think. So when eating out or at a grocery store please think about reducing or stopping your meat and dairy consumption. The positive thing is people are becoming more aware of this issue (and also inhumane animal practices and health benefits) and as a result the US has seen a 600% increase in veganism this year. Comment 🍄🍄🍄 below if you are a vegan or vegetarian and let me know your thoughts or favorite plant based recipes we should try!

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