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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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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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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…

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

By on October 5, 2016

After almost one year of traveling India, Indonesia and Central America, I’ve become a yoga teacher, a certified open water diver, started offering massage services after watching a YouTube video, secured a stable Mon-Fri freelance gig I enjoy, taught intro to Reiki workshops, led Buddhist loving-kindness meditations, laughed and…


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A Yogi-Backpacker’s Guide to Utila

By on August 28, 2016

The Bay Islands of Honduras are home to some of the most popular and affordable dive schools in the world. From free diving to scuba and courses in between, there’s something about Utila that makes backpackers stay longer than expected.

When I arrived on Utila, I was aware of the “Utila…


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Keeping an Open Heart While Traveling

By on August 17, 2016

Wandering the globe as a “solo traveler,” one member of the 21st century’s self-declared global citizen population, has filled my life with sound, color, relationships, and more feeling than I knew possible. Yet like all beautiful, worthwhile things, there’s also a darkness to the light. It feels lonely at…

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.