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Why I Love India

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A Heartfelt Return to India and Welcome to Nepal

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One Month Backpacking in Argentina: Nos Vemos BA

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How to Travel the World for Free

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Back in the USA: Celebrating One Year Free of the 9-5

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10 of My Favorite Places to Practice Yoga Around the World

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What I Received When I Gave Up Alcohol and Processed Foods

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Backpacking Nicaragua Itinerary

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Keeping an Open Heart While Traveling

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14 Tips for Solo Female Travel in India

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Backpacking Panama Itinerary

By on December 12, 2016

From tropical rainforests, to picturesque beaches, a metropolitan city and quiet mountain towns, Panama offers a range of experiences, from eco-tourism to party destinations and honeymoon hot spots. Influenced by colonial history, indigenous peoples, Caribbean culture, and international tourism, the site of the famous Panama Canal passage is very…

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6 Things That Make Me Happy and Money Can’t Buy

By on December 4, 2016

Around holiday season, when the media tries its best to push at us things we don’t need, with ads attempting to trick us into giving away our financial freedom for things that won’t last, it’s incredibly important to remember the sources of our truer joy.

 

It’s not traveling that makes…

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Stages of a Liberal Millennial Post-2016 Presidential Election

By on November 16, 2016

The entire world watched as the ballot numbers started to roll in on the unsettling Tuesday night of Nov. 8th. While 47% of the voting population may have cheered on until the early morning, a majority of us (about one million more and not only ‘liberals’) were crushed by the news.

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How Does It Feel to Be Home? Thoughts After One Year Abroad

By on October 25, 2016

Apart from the anticipated comfort of my own bed, heart melting reunions with friends and family and the availability of on-demand everything, here are a few things I didn’t expect when I returned home from one year in Asia and Central America. I love receiving out of the box…

Shoshanna Delventhal
Digital-Nomading, Somewhere

I'm Shoshanna, great to virtually meet! I'm a freelance writer, yoga teacher and advocate of a mindful, loopy lifestyle. In 2015, I left my corporate job to travel India and spread the idea that we should and can do what we love, every day.