we live in a world today where everything is analyzed by technology, you have a phone in your hand, your back pocket, your front pocket, your bag - it pretty much should be attached to your forehead at this point. it's complicated, because social media is a double edged sword - you need it to advertise when you're trying to make something out of yourself, brand a company, etc. - but at the same time we're consumed by this technology that needs to let all of our "friends" on the internet know what we do, when we do and how we do it. we're both abusers of this social media world. we post pics, we snap, we instagram story, we boomerang - it's just how things go.
but - we also drop down to this spiritual level where we don't mess with our phones. coming to you from a super vibey place - we find peace in nature. there's something about going to the beach at 5:45 am before work and opening up your day to being and feeling zen. everyone has their own experiences, their own outlets of "zenning" or "vibing" out and it takes a lot today to be able to completely isolate yourself from the BS and be real with your own inner "true" self.
another outlet we have is just dealing with plants in general, there's something about it that just makes life seem complicated and simple in it's entirety, like getting lost at a plant nursery. there's something about spreading that positivity, or greenery to your surroundings. it's amazing to see what a drop of nature can do in a concrete jungle, in a 400 square foot apartment, and even in front of or throughout a McMansion. we pride ourselves on trying to find this inner peace - this total vibey notion that allows you to think freely, do freely and not deal with any BS of technology - except when it comes to photographing that green beauty.
just some food for thought - on keeping it real with yourself as a person, embracing nature, embracing your inner you and the things that keep you your own person, while focusing on spreading the good vibes always.