Pro golfer, @smyliekaufman10, proposed to his high school sweetheart on the 14th hole of a golf course, so it was only natural that their big day had plenty of golf-themed details, too! 🏌 Head to the #linkinbio to see the rest of this 500-guest wedding (like their grand exit complete with fireworks)! #WeddingOfTheDay | 📸: @heatherdurhamphotography 📝: @mariee_ami
. -🔴- سعود آل سويلم : بكل صراحة ووضوح أقولها: نادي النصر حاول مفاوضة عدة لاعبين نجوم في الدوري السعودي، ولكن للأسف ميثاق الشرف وقف عائقاً أمامنا، باذن الله في المستقبل القريب العاجل سنجلب من نريد في الدوري السعودي للعالمي، كاللاعب عمر السومة وهو من أبرز اهتمامتنا مستقبلاً.🔴
. .🔴- الراعي الرسمي لحساب المدرج السعودي [ مؤسسة إعمار الذهبية للعقار ]
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. . .[[ سبحان الله وبحمده .. سبحان الله العظيم ]] 🌹 .
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This trash was collected on small beach in Miami, providing a microcosmic view of the consequences of our disposable society. Thousands of beaches around the world look the same or worse than this one.
Every day in the US alone, 500 million plastic straws are used and discarded. Americans use 50 billion plastic water bottles and 100 billion plastic bags each year, requiring a total of nearly 30 million barrels of oil to manufacture - and that's just in the US! The average American throws away approximately 185 lbs of plastic and a total of about 1600 lbs of waste a year. In 2013, Americans generated about 254 million tons of trash, while recycling only 34.3% of all recyclable items.
Human convenience has replaced sustainability and logic. Although most of us don't see the mounting landfills and garbage choked gyres swirling around the ocean, the effects of unconscious consumerism are very real, and they are quite literally killing us. Each time we get a cup of coffee, go to the grocery store or reach for a sip of water, we can make a conscious decision to be stewards for this planet and all its inhabitants. By purchasing or repurposing durable products, you can avoid tens of thousands of pounds of single use waste throughout your lifetime.
Currently, the ocean's 5 major gyres are filled with trash ranging from syringes to tires and everything in between. It is estimated that between 4.8 and 12.7 metric tons of plastic waste goes into the ocean every single year. It is likely that by 2050, the world's oceans will contain more plastic by weight than fish (due in part to the devastating effects of fishing). Unless people drastically reduce consumption rates and/or waste management practices improve, marine debris will be an exacerbated global issue threatening wildlife, human health and the future of this planet.
Please shop consciously and remember, there are consequences to our consumerism. There aren't laser beams that transform garbage into rays of sunshine (at least not yet). Swap single use for sustainable, reusable alternatives and get active in your community to fight for a healthier planet. #StrawsSuck#BagsBlow#FilthyFriday#ConsciousConsumerism
Weekend spot sorted! 🌴💦 enjoy free cocktails at this cool Canggu beach club with our #HUNGRYINBALI dining guide 🍸🤤🍹 DM us for Bali stockists or #SHOP via the link in bio 🙌🏼✨ @hungryin.bali 💫
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Happy 420 from your full-head-of-haired 21 year old Giles. #vanlife wasn’t a thing but van living was, weed got you happy not obliterated (and scanning WebMD for whatever it was that was killing you) and when I thought Widespread Panic was great music. My first car was a 1978 VW bus named Anya that I bought from a sketch lot for 800$ and lived in her in parking garages and on the beach in SFO while working as a flight attendant. That didn’t last long. We took a road trip and the old girl dropped a valve seat in the middle of Utah and I was promptly fired for missing flights. 💁🏻♂️