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During the 15th century in Seville, prosperous families -enriched by trade with
During the 15th century in Seville, prosperous families -enriched by trade with the New World- commissioned the construction of beautiful manor houses in which they set their new residences. Currently there are about 25 palace-houses in Seville, as the Casa Palacio Castelar in which the Mercer Sevilla is located. More details in our blog [Link in bio] #MercerSevilla#MercerHoteles#MercerStyle#boutiquehotel#luxurytravel#luxurytraveler#luxuryhotel#Sevilla#Seville#spain#visitsevilla#visitseville#visitspain#instacool#luxuryworldtraveler#luxurylifestyle#luxurystyle#luxuryescapes#luxuryhotelspain#darlingescapes#travelbug#architecture#history#culture#instago#instapassport#passionpassport#travelgram#beautiful#vscotravel
18.06.2018 12:09:08
TGIF!!!💥Sometimes we naturally have high expectations of ourselves as we transit
TGIF!!!💥Sometimes we naturally have high expectations of ourselves as we transition and elevate through life, but remember this: there were times you prayed for the things you have now. So go on and let your hair down and appreciate today for how far along you have come. Where there's God, there's guidance. You don't always have to be perfect. . #TGIF#stripes#nautical#selfappreciationpost#perfectionisboring#Godsavesandguides#goodmanbrand#paigedenim#mensfashion#mercerboy#mercerseattle#summerwear#mercerstyle#seattlestyle#californiaboy#seattleimplant#califirnialove#gaysian#dailygay#gaylyinspiration#summertime#seattle#washington
15.06.2018 15:41:37
Perfection is a double edged sword when it exists in both good and bad. I grew u
Perfection is a double edged sword when it exists in both good and bad. I grew up in a perfect household. Not the kind of perfect definition of a wholesome family that goes to church every Sunday and have dinner at the dinner table everyday at 6pm, but more of a sense of heightened expectations to be perfectionists. As a Cambodian-Thai American, my siblings and I are first generation American and the result of that are parents who faced trials and tribulations just to give us the opportunities that they missed out on- basic things like learning English, going to school, socializing- all taken away because of a genocide that caused them to barely escape with the clothes on their backs. And then not to mention another level of internal traumas such as escaping abusive relationships and having to deal with pain and traumas. In a way, I was taught to live everyday to its fullest extent. Being the youngest, I caused plenty of headaches and broken walls that I didn't even knew exists. I thought I was just normal, but as I grew older, I started to realize how perfection manifested itself into my daily routines and mentality. I graduated and went to college at 17 years old and was the first to break my parents' heart when I moved out of an Asian household to pursue a wild, but big dream of just wanting to be a name in the fashion industry- fashion designer, an assistant, Andy Sachs, etc. and although I broke the mold of my family's expectations, I find myself with expecting to be perfect- perfecting morals, values, practices... I always get the things I need because I believe I have no choice. I excelled and graduated with a 3.8 GPA with honors and having the experience to be part of all sorts of organizations and fraternity. My biggest fear is not heights nor roller coasters, but I deathly am afraid of failures, and when I do, I become hard on myself because I don't know what it's like on the other side of perfection. My family has always supported me whenever I fail, but something inside of me tells me I'm not good enough and I've let that last thread of string I was clinging onto go. And to be honest, I'm still figuring this all out.
30.05.2018 14:31:09
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