The one where I wax on for too long about the six biggest lessons that I've learned in the exactly six months that I've been living in Zambia with the Peace Corps.
The one in which I show you a piece of my Peace Corps application in the hopes that it gives you ideas of how to write your own!
The one in which I tell you my schedule for PST in my first month in Zambia and hope you realize why I've disappeared and am so super tired.
The one in which I introduce my new blog look (again...) and tell you about my new adventure teaching English, training teachers, and other things in Peace Corps Zambia.
The one where I wonder why people think I'm cool when all I really do is sit at home and watch too much anime and then try to inspire you to do something that scares you more often.
The one in which I explore the concept of reverse culture shock and how I've been experiencing it since being back in the U.S. after living in rural Japan for two years.
The one in which I tell you how I, specifically, have changed from my two years living in Japan and how I've grown as a person while also recommending you try a similar experience and make note of how you are different now than you were then.
The one where I dig out old videos of me talking to my laptop about the very first day of my job at a public Jr. high in rural Japan and all the cool things that seemed new and different from my life in southern California (that now seem completely normal to older Kendra).
The one where I tell you how big and empty my apartment in Japan felt at first and a few of the steps I took to truly make it feel like home.
Two years. That’s half of college. My entire Jr. High school career. An Associate’s Degree. The time it takes to earn a Master’s. It’s the time it takes for a tiny, innocent newborn to talk and walk their way into the “Terrible Two’s”. It’s the time it took for my best friend to get engaged, … Continue reading 2 Years in Japan- Looking Back (in Pictures!)