You and your girlfriend (if you have one) may think you’re cute. You may think those matching Timberlands you guys sometimes wear is special, but you haven’t seen #RelationshipGoals until you’ve witnessed Alexis Ren and Jay Alvarrez. These two make life look so good it’s pretty much unfair. For starters, both are both models, so here’s hoping that they choose to reproduce one day and create an offsping that improves the human race. Secondly, they’re both chalk full of adventures. Just look at this one video that depicts this awesome couple’s trip to California:
In one video, they travelled to California, rented a Lambo, went snowboarding, played with an adorable puppy, jumped off a roof in the Hollywood hills into a swimming pool, played with a drone, jumped out of a helicopter, went surfing, jumped out of a hot-air balloon and had a Nerf gun fight in the sky, took out some dirtbikes, flew an airplane, danced some ballet, and of course, had some alone time.
Perhaps it was more than just a day, but that’s more activity than I care to do in a lifetime. Just watching it made me exhausted. I’m going to California for a couple weeks in about a month and I can almost guarantee that my highlight video will be filled with a lot more couch-sitting and Dave & Buster’s trips.
Here’s another video from this past summer:
This is just what their life is like. For Christmas, Jay bought Alexis her own surf board, so of course, that means she threw on her bikini and went out to try it. I hope these two continue living this life forever, so I can vicariously enjoy the sights and scenes without having to leave my couch.
I was homeschooled my entire life and discovered social media at a very young age because of how much I wanted to connect with people. I am so inspired by seeing everyone’s unique creativity by the swipe of a finger. Personally I am so grateful to be apart of this generation where we can express ourselves so beautifully and communicate with people across the world as if they were standing right next to us. However, I do agree that too much of one thing isn’t healthy. Social media can be used as a tool of knowledge and growth, or it can be abused. It is human nature to feel. Sometimes we feel jealous, angry, frustrated, sad…there is a yin and a yang to everything. However, like @earthyandy quoted, "there is good and there is bad, seek good and you will find it." Social media can be both, but your perception and belief is the truth. Look for the good. Look for the inspiration and you will see just how many amazing people there are out there. Never has the world been this small. To this day I am shocked as to how worldly Instagram is. People from all over the world get to see an image that was a truly beautiful moment for me. They get to see an idea that sparked my mind and inspired me to create that image. What I put out there for you beautiful souls to see is my truth. I believe that it is quality rather than quantity. For my Instagram, I would rather wait a week to get a true moment in a photo then posting an excess amount of things that are not true to my soul. Everything is how you perceive it. The dark side of social media is that within seconds anything can be blown out of proportion or taken out of context. In my personal opinion, I believe that social media has brought power back to the people. We are now more than ever aware of what is going on in the world…from the tragedies that we must address to the heroes that inspire us to think and take action. In this digital world we are constantly learning and any knowledge we seek is at our fingertips. This is a powerful tool and I hope that people use it for their highest good. 💙
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