What’s Important To Me

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Nights in my tent with a headlamp and book are my favorite. And if my battery is charged enough, I may allow myself some quiet music as I reflect on the day’s events, what I’ve learned, who I’m becoming, and what’s important to me.

About elinatravels

I’m Elina Oliferovskiy, a Russian-born 27-year-old restless soul who’s never really found a place to dig her roots in deep ever since I moved to the United States in 1998. I move every year or two, backpack for months at a time, and occasionally live and travel in a motorhome--and I (usually) love every minute of my (somewhat) nomadic lifestyle. Feel free to follow along on my journey by reading my blog!
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5 Responses to What’s Important To Me

  1. Yermo Adan says:

    So great you are doing this NOW and learning all these things — instead of waiting until you are older–Like Me. I am thinking long distance hikes are super valuable regardless of the age or time in your life. Green with envy. Happy, good envy. 😀

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    • elinatravels says:

      Absolutely…do it when you can, and it’ll benefit you either way! Early in life, later in life, while ready and prepared, or broke and under-equipped… you’ll gain so much from the experience that the disadvantages will seem minuscule.

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  2. William S. Miller says:

    Elina aka “Alexandra Solzenitzen”–Nice pic, but you are looking a little gaunt. Make sure you are eating enough, as we cannot have you waylaid on account of insufficient nutrition.

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