Can barely contain my excitement because I started packing for Spain & Portugal today🤩 Wanted to share with you guys some of my favorite products that I’m bringing in my toiletries bag & why I use them! .
🌟@frankandwhit WALNUT HILL FACE SERUM // anti-aging face treatment designed to deeply hydrate and nourish your skin. Perfect for post flight hydration & rejuvenation. I use this every night after I wash my face. .
🌟 @honesthazel EYE TREATMENTS // These patches help reduce puffiness, brighten dark circles, firm fine lines and hydrate under-eye skin. No shame in using these on a plane. .
🌟ROSE QUARTZ ROLLER // I use this all over my face + neck every morning, especially after a night of drinking. Builds firmer, stronger skin, relax facial muscles and say bye bye to puffiness. .
🌟TONGUE CLEANER // last but certainly not least... If you haven’t hopped on the tongue scraping bandwagon get on it. I use this every morning before I brush my teeth. It “reduces the toxins and bacteria on the tongue, enhances the sense of taste + helps improve digestion” -@shopgoodco .
What are your favorite everyday & travel product must-haves? I’d love to know👇🏻 #travelessentials#mindovermolly#mindovermollytravels
A tangle of electric lines go through this historic city serving countless number of tourists and locals via trams 🚋. Have you been on one?
We had a stopover at Lisbon for few hours and this city managed to win our hearts in the small amount of time. We will definitely be back for more! 🇵🇹 #lisbon
[PT below] One of the most interesting places I visited in Lisbon this trip was the Cemetery of Alto do São João. It was built in the aftermath of a cholera epidemic that devastated the city. .
To cope, two giant cemeteries on the outskirts of the city were created: Prazeres, for the city’s conservative aristocrats and politicians, and Alto do São João for its liberal writers and artists. (In fact, José Saramago was just buried here!) In both cemeteries, the tombs are like small houses holding coffins inside - quite different than what I’m used to, and quite beautiful!
Do you ever visit cemeteries when you travel? 👇🏻👇🏻👇🏻
Um dos lugares mais interessantes nesse viagem a Lisboa foi o cemitério de Alto do São João. Foi construído depois de uma epidemia de cólera no anos 1800s, que destruíram a cidade. .
Para acomodar os mortos, Lisboa construiu dois cemitérios nas áreas suburbanas da cidade: Prazeres para os aristocratas e políticos, e Alto do São João para os artistas e escritores. (De fato, o escritor português famoso José Saramago é jazido lá!). Nos dois cemitérios, os túmulos são como casinhas que tem algumas caixãos a dentro - muito diferente que a gente tem nos Estados Unidos e muito bonito também. .
Você sem visita cemitérios quando viaja?