Welcome! Either you are a relative, friend or former colleague of mine trying to find out how I am doing in the Peace Corps or you’ve somehow stumbled onto this blog for information, advice or wisdom about being a Peace Corps volunteer.
A brief, yet necessary overview, I am a 25 or 26 or 27, depending on when you’re reading this, Peace Corps Community Economic Development (CED) Volunteer serving in Namibia. I began my service in April 2017 and will, contingent upon projects, end my service as a PCV in July 2019.
Some things you will find in this blog are (hopefully) weekly or monthly updates on my Peace Corps service, Namibian culture and norms, what it’s like to be far, far away from home, top ten lists, thoughts, random ideas, and food that I will be eating and cooking during my time as a PCV.
Please feel free to comment, contact me directly with any questions or concerns, and share with friends, family, and interested co-workers. Cheers!
The content of this website is mine alone and does not necessarily reflect the views of the U.S. Government, the Peace Corps, or the Namibian Government.