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PROFILE OVERVIEW OF LOSTWITHPURPOSE
44.3% of lostwithpurpose's followers are female and 55.7% are male. Average engagement rate on the posts is around 3.50%. The average number of likes per post is 2016 and the average number of comments is 82.
Lostwithpurpose loves posting about Travel, Photography, Adventure.
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GENDER OF ENGAGERS FOR LOSTWITHPURPOSE
AUDIENCE INTERESTS OF LOSTWITHPURPOSE
- Travel & Tourism 89.27 %
- Photography 82.87 %
- How-to & Style 55.03 %
- Restaurants, Food & Grocery 48.69 %
- Beauty & Fashion 48.52 %
- Technology & Science 41.71 %
- Art & Design 37.67 %
- Fitness & Yoga 33.16 %
- Business & Careers 31.67 %
- Entertainment 31.57 %
- Healthy Lifestyle 30.62 %
- Sports 30.24 %
Today is Indigenous People's Day in the United States... but TBH every day should be about respecting indigenous folx. Though the origins of the United States are credited to a bunch of tax-evading slaveholding white dudes—a romantic notion, I know—the lands comprising the US were inhabited by indigenous people for THOUSANDS of years before Columbus washed up in the Caribbean and sparked the chain of events leading to European colonization of North America. In centuries since, the US government has done its best to eradicate and oppress indigenous folx, including but not limited to: 👉🏽 The Trail of Tears, the forced relocation of 60,000 indigenous and Black people from the southeastern US to Mississippi that killed thousands of people. 👉🏽 Withholding their citizenship—extra ironic—until the 1920s, enabling restrictions of civil rights such as the right to travel and freedom of speech and religion. Fun fact: Nazis studied these US systems when devising ways to oppress Jews. 👉🏽 Forced sterilizations of thousands of indigenous women by the U.S. Indian Health Service in the 1970s. In 2020, indigenous people from hundreds of different tribes are still fighting for their rights, protesting discrimination, and seeking freedoms many of us take for granted. But that don't let that deter you from learning. Here are two things you can do today, in honor of Indigenous People's day: 1. Look up the indigenous history of where you're from if American, or a place in the United States that you'd like to travel to if not. Figure out what tribe owned the land, and if they still have rights to it now. Comment when you find out! I learned my hometown, Pittsburgh, has been inhabited by several tribes including the Monongahela, Delaware, Iroquois, and Shawnee. 2. Seek out indigenous voices, in the US or in the country you live in. Some US-based indigenous rights accounts I enjoy learning from are @ndncollective @seedingsovereignty @indigenousclimateaction @indigenousrising @misscorinne86. More recommendations welcome. Photo: the Bass Harbor Lighthouse on Penobscot lands in Maine . . . #IndigenousPeoplesDay2020 #visitmaine #yesmaine
How much of our lives are spent on phones? When traveling, I feel like I have a healthy relationship with phones + social media. They're tools to gather information, capture moments, connect with others. I can dive in on long bus rides, while waiting in offices, on quiet nights alone... but put them away when needed. These days, not so much. I spend hours each day drowning in infinite scrolls of bad news, toxic views, and occasional mindless content because things like @ekekekkekkek are more profound than certain world leaders. Recently, a friend told me she's trying to limit her phone time each day, so I began monitoring my own. I realized I often spend more than 6 hours a day on my phone. That's 3 MONTHS of each year lost to ??? Even if some of that time went to learning, socializing, or helping others... it was too much. Time to change. Over the last week, I've turned off notifications for basically everything except Whatsapp, Messenger, and work-related apps like Gmail and Asana. I set a half hour daily limit for Facebook and Instagram. I hid FB and IG's icons in a folder deep in my phone. As a result, I've looked at my Instagram DMs twice in the last week and haven't opened Facebook on my phone since ??? Finally, every evening my friend and I send screenshots of our phone time to each other - the goal is to keep ourselves to 3 hours or less a day, though neither of us really succeed. Even so, it's a huge relief. I'm happier, I feel like I have control over where I spend my time, and I spend far less time worrying about what others are doing or how they perceive my existence—the latter being particularly important after years of shallow influencer!life. Can this go on forever? No. I need to find a way to balance screens and social media, both for work and because I believe in SM's educational and social benefits. Most of us need our phones for work to some extent. But for now - social media be damned. Except in moments of boredom in the car, like now 🙃 Do you know much time do you spend on your phone each day? . . . #femaletravelbloggers #socialdilemma #GilgitBaltistan #mountaingirls #pakistanpics #girlsLOVEtravel #hun
WHY do I miss traveling? We've all had to stop something we love because of the pandemic this year. Obviously, 2020 axed my life of travel... but it took me a while to pinpoint what exactly it was about traveling that I craved so much. Why, no matter what I did or where I went in Belgium—and, for a brief time, France—I felt so frustrated and unfulfilled. It's not meeting new people. You might never guess it, but I'm a socially anxious introvert; secretly I love having an excuse to avoid people for months. It's not exploring beautiful places. Though it's not the most epic country, Belgium's cities are lovely, its countryside, charming. For now, anyway; come winter I'll be singing a different tune. It's not the physical act of traveling. Trains and buses are fun, but I'm not the kind of person who feels compelled to drive around or fly to nowhere (seriously, this is a thing—Google it) just for the sake of it. Eventually I realized... I miss being challenged. Being stimulated. Feeling accomplished because I managed to survive despite figurative—or, sometimes, literal—shit hitting the fan. Gone are the days when my recklessness got me hopelessly lost in the middle of who knows where. When simple tasks like finding a bus or getting a train ticket could take half a day of questing or hours of bickering. When plans were foiled by cursed motorbikes or unreliable connections or demonic donkeys. Missing the stimulation of things going wrong is a privileged sentiment, I know. Wallowing in nostalgia in boring but safe Europe is idyllic compared to the dysfunctional BS many of you have to deal with on a daily basis. It's part of being human, I suppose; we always long for the greener—or wilder—grass on the other side. What's something you miss? Have you found a substitute or solution for it? . . . #moodygrams #letsgoeverywhere #letsgosomewhere #chasinglight #passionpassport #DiscoverFrance #mountaingirls #travelstoke
World Tourism Day?! Who wants to think about tourism at a time when the global tourism industry is on its knees and most travelers are trapped at home for the forseeable future? There's no better time to do so, actually. This pause is the perfect time to reflect on past travels... and how we can do better when travel IS possible again. In my 4+ years living out of backpacks, I've made plenty of errors... and tried to learn from them. 💵 I used to go to great lengths to spend less than $20 per day on the road. Now I don't mind occasionally paying more; it can make a world of difference for someone else. One worth a few days of increased frugality on my part. 📸 I used to take photos of people without asking, seeking those Nat Geo shots of poverty and suffering. Now I ask for consent: taking/sharing photos of people otherwise is invasive at best, exploitative orientalism at worst. 🤳🏼 I used to share evvverything, thinking I was doing good by promoting tourism. Now, I'm more selective about what I promote and how. Sharing our travels is a double-edged sword—we *could* be promoting tourism, but we could just as easily be contributing to destruction of communities and environments via mass tourism. 🇺🇸 I used to think I had few privileges as a broke female backpacker. Now I realize that even if I (still) don't have much money to my name, I'm privileged to hold powerful passports, speak English, and have a strong social safety net. It's my responsibility to find ways to use that security to support others, not take advantage of locals' hospitality or avoid accountability overseas. I still have plenty of things I can improve upon. We all do. What's important is that we acknowledge those flaws and try to do better, rather than bend over backwards to deny them. How have your travels changed throughout the years? . . . #dametraveler #girlsLOVEtravel #passionpassport #athomeintheworld #exploremore #thetravelwomen #wearetravelgirls #imtoolazytolookupmorehashtags #travelobviously
What is a truly safe world for women? When a woman can go anywhere at ANY time of day without worrying about a man harming her. Even the middle of the night. When a woman can do what makes her happy or fulfilled without people telling her women can't or women shouldn't. When a woman can wear whatever she wants, whether it be a hijab or a halter top, and not be criticized or judged by men OR women. When a woman can share difficult experiences and not have people try to undermine them or explain them to her. When a person can identify a woman, regardless of what they were born as, and be accepted and respected as a woman. When a woman can speak and people listen, acknowledge, and respect her, even if they disagree. When a woman can let loose with men or women, speak her mind, show herself, and sometimes even lose herself in public without fear of assault or slut shaming. When a woman can love a man or a woman—and choose whether or not she wants to have children with the people she loves—without people telling her what she should or shouldn't do. Are these possible in your world? . . . #DiscoverFrance #dametraveler #girlslovetravel #thetravelwomen #mountaingirls
In my mind, the lavender fields of Provence, France were little more than an Instagram backdrop. A magical region frequented by many that would be nice to see but I'd probably never get to. #bucketlist #sortof ... buuuut then 2020 happened, and what do you know? I ended up in Provence at the height of the lavender season, totally unexpectedly. The first time something actually worked out in my favor in 2020 😂 Farmers typically start harvesting the lavender by mid-July, though it depends on weather that year (which is getting increasingly freaky thanks to climate change). If you're running a bit late in the season, you can always head higher: lavender at cooler, higher altitudes (like these fields around Sault and Monieux) will be harvested later in the season. The lavender crops are harvested by tractor, bundled, then sold for use in all sorts of things, ranging from soaps to flavored honey to essential oils. ... or in my and my mother's case, the lavender can be used as pantry decoration because we actually have 0 idea what the hell to cook with lavender. Recipes and recommendations welcome. . . . #Provence #DiscoverFrance #vaucluse #djiglobal #FromWhereIDrone #Lavender
Swipe 👉🏽 Just a friendly reminder that the pandemic is still A Thing even though we're tired of it, wearing masks really ain't that hard, and we all need to keep being careful to keep others safe even if everyone around us gives no f*cks. But that's enough for now. It's Friday, after all. Let's check in with each other instead—a lot of intense shit is happening in the world right now. What's up? How are you doing where you are? If things are tough, can we help you at all? 💜 📸 My mom . . . #Provence #DiscoverFrance #vaucluse #dametraveler #girlslovetravel #thetravelwomen #FinallyBecameAHatGirl
Have you ever been to France? Not gonna lie, I was never particularly interested in traveling to France. I believed stereotypes about rude people, and was put off by France's mass tourism. Every other tour group and cruise ship and Instagram girl goes to France—why waste effort (and money) battling hat girls in twirly dresses for a view when there were so many other places to go? Buuut then the pandemic hit and I got stuck in Belgium. 2020 travel plans were quickly canceled (including the two women's tours I was supposed to co-lead in Pakistan 😭), and I long ago gave up on leaving Europe this year. All the travel I really want to do would be irresponsible now. Regional travel only, if even. 'If even' came sooner than expected. For years, my mother's hounded me to visit friends in southern France with her. Finally, several weeks after EU borders reopened, I begrudgingly caved. She was so eager, and I realized a change of scenery might help me out of the dark hole I'd sunken into... even if it was scenery in a country I wasn't interested in. I'm still not sure about the ethics of the trip—or if I should even be sharing it now—but I AM sure of one thing: I was wrong about France. Yes, even in COVID times there were tourist crowds and hat girls. But there were also endless kilometers of empty country roads lined with sunflowers and lavender, winding their way between quiet stone villages hanging on hillsides. Sure, there were unpleasant people who fit my Pretentious French Person stereotype. But in the south, I encountered far more people quick to say hello, smile, and often start up a conversation (despite my atrocious French skills). No matter how 'worldy' we might think we are as travelers, we all have our biases. Let this be a little reminder today to challenge yours—you might be pleasantly surprised by what you learn. . . . #DiscoverFrance #VisitMontpellier #BeautifulDestinations #ChasingLight #FromWhereIDrone #PassionPassport
Are COVID road trips a problem? Everyone desperate to travel has taken to road tripping since cars are the safest pandemic transport option... but locals in tourist areas across Europe are struggling with all the traffic. Being mindful of our travels' impact on locals is always important, but it's *especially* important now when everyone is COVID Stressed/struggling to balance responsibility, economic recovery, and physical/mental health. So how can you travel safely without straining local infrastructure? Here are some of my suggestions: 👉🏽 GO OFF THE BEATEN TRACK. When the pandemic is still a thing why would you want to go to busy spots?! Use your extra time to research lesser-known places. Find a natural beach instead of a city beach. Rent a cabin in a remote area and stay there for a week. Go camping. 👉🏽 RENT AN E-BIKE. They're the shit, you can travel further, and they're easy to find and charge in Europe. Rent one from home and use it for regional trips, or rent one at your destination so your car won't clog the roads. Bonus: you'll be fitter than you would be road tripping and eating 84932 kg of snacks. 👉🏽 TAKE TRAINS. They're less safe than cars... but if you're considering traveling to crowded areas already 🤷🏽♀️ Wear a mask for the entire ride. Avoid busy trains by taking slow local routes or traveling at off-peak times. Don't touch high-contact areas like handles unless necessary, and wash your hands after... or be bougie and get yoself a private cabin. 👉🏽 STAY HOME. It's still the safest option. Remember *everywhere is different*. Though these tips apply in many places, the situation in Western Europe might not be similar to yours. Ex. camping on indigenous lands is a no in the US right now. Going to remote villages with poor health care access is 🤔 I know we're all tired by now, but that isn't an excuse to give no f*cks about safety. It's not about you—it's about protecting the lives and livelihoods of people around you. . . . #ResponsibleTravel #roadtrippers #VisitFrance #fromwhereidrone #hauteloire #moodygrams
What can YOU do to stop fossil fuel use? By now, most of us know fossil fuels suck. Ending their use is THE biggest action we can take to mitigate the climate crisis. But... how? Initially, I didn't know what to recommend to you. Voting is important, but I don't know who your politicians are (and who they're in bed with). Not everyone can afford electric cars right now. Not everyone is privileged enough to camp out and protest. Telling you to DEMAND COMPANIES CHANGE ✊🏽 is a bit vague. But here's something big many of you CAN do: use renewable energy at home. Clean energy's gotta replace fossil fuels ASAP. The tech already exists. What we need to do now is create so much demand that companies HAVE to switch. Previously, I thought installing solar panels on your home was the only option. That's still best if you own a suitable house, but if you're a renter there might be another option. In many Western countries (where emissions per capita are the highest cough cough) you can ask to 'switch' your home to renewable energy. Many companies are now required to do so if asked. This week, I switched my parents' home in Belgium to the most reputable clean energy source in the region according to @greenpeace. It only took a couple hours to sit, research, and request the switch (...vs the month it took to convince my dad). All I had to do was get meter readings and fill out a short form. The energy company handled the rest. To be clear, you won't be powering your house specifically with clean energy. You'll be FORCING energy companies to invest more renewable energy generation equivalent to your usage. Big businesses cause the most emissions, but consumer demands CAN force change. Every area has different options—I recommend searching on Google or Reddit for [your area] + "switch home to renewable energy" to see what your options are. I've included some links in my bio for US and Belgium. So... who's gonna look into making the switch? 🙋🏽♀️ P.S. If you already have, say so in the comments so other people can learn from you! . . . #climatechange #climatecrisis #Belgium #leuven #visitbrussels #vlaamsbrant
When will I start traveling again? These days, people keep asking me the same thing: when are you leaving? Where are you going next? When will you start traveling again? The thing is... I don't really want to. Travel is different now. It's tense. The things that I love—spontaneous decisions, staying with locals, carefree wandering—are no longer possible to do without constantly stressing about whether or not my actions could be harming the people I meet. My momma and I recently went on a short, regional trip which I'll share about eventually. We took safety precautions, we had fun, but for the most part I was too stressed from worrying about the way we and others were traveling to fully enjoy it. And that's coming from someone who's kept a cool head while being molested, crushed by crowds, confronted by armed people, and injected with mystery drugs while hovering too close to death. I don't mind if my own stupidity makes my life difficult; it IS a problem if my actions put someone ELSE in immediate danger. Especially if that person does not have the means to mitigate the risks. There ARE ways to travel safely and responsibly right now (in some places, not all) but personally, I'd rather put my big travels on hold for a bit. Right now, instead of traveling, I'm working with the women at @rootnetworkorg to help equip people in the mountains of Pakistan with the tools they need to safely manage the (generally irresponsible) tourists who ARE traveling now and in the near future. We've raised more than €5,000 so far, but we need to raise more to provide the COVID training and kits to 150+ tourism workers as planned. If you can help with a donation or share at the link in my profile, it'd be much appreciated. The sooner we reach our goal, the sooner I'll stop harassing y'all about it 😉 Are you hoping to travel again soon? . . . #KeepGBsafefromCOVID #responsibletravel #girlsLOVEtravel #mountaingirls #stayandwander #dametraveler #passionpassport #COVIDsucks
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