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Venezuela: A Country Torn Asunder by Oil

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A fellow digital nomad, Beth McIntyre, living in Colombia recently took a trip down to the Colombia-Venezuela boarder and crossed over for a day. What she found was shocking. Once the richest country in South America with massive biodiversity and known for their oil export, the country has been in almost total ruin since 2013 when Hugo Chavez died – she shared with us some of her impressions over the boarder. Where are you visiting in Venezuela and what brought you there? We entered from the Colombian border that runs between…read more

Single Moms, We Out Here – Irene Atkins, New Mindfulness

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Irene from New Mindfulness, is a single mom of one, to her son Ilo. She explains to us how New Mindfulness came about, her single mom journey, as well as her traveling to Asia with her son to study with Buddhist monks and the importance of not rushing in airports with kids. What’s Your Single Mom Story in a Nutshell? My son’s father and I intentionally conceived my son. We were planning to start our family together, however when I was pregnant, we both fell into a financial storm, and I made the…read more

Anna Yoga – The Yoga of Food

Posted by in Paths Of Yoga

Anna Yoga is the yoga of food and nourishment. It’s not holding some Instagram level posture while eating a smoothie bowl, or being the most strict raw vegan in New York City, it has absolutely nothing to do with ego, looks, or even what you eat. Annapurna is the name of the Indian goddess of food and nourishment; she is said to have fed the world. In the Hindu faith, food worship and including items of food in daily worship/offerings is a common and prt of daily prayers. How do…read more