Could You Survive a Moroccan Meal?


Peace Corps Morocco

Food is life. And it is especially life in the Moroccan home. Scroll through photos of some notable food and be sure to take the quiz at the bottom to see if you can survive a Moroccan Meal.Weekly SoukOne of my favorite meals: Fish Tagine — you get all the courses with the salad and “dessert” […]

October 27, 2016

Floating Through Posh Corps


Peace Corps Morocco, Sustainable Travel

I’m languidly floating in our hotel’s pool when a fellow Peace Corps Trainee swims over to me. “How are you liking everything so far?” he asks. “It’s been nice,” I say. “But I’m ready to get away from this place.” I laugh when I realize the ridiculousness of my statement. At the time, we were […]

October 6, 2016

The Danger of a Single Story


Social Consciousness

I think this video speaks for itself. I encourage you to take 20 minutes to watch it. Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie is on point as to why I have a passion to learn and to share other people’s stories.  Six months from now, I will be joining 55 years of history with over 200,000 other Peace […]

March 5, 2016

Why am I so Happy?


Peace Corps Morocco

Please enjoy this video of Happy Dancing PCVs in Morocco.  This is just a quick note to let you know that I am (re)officially going to Morocco. In 11 months. As a Secondary Education English Teacher. Peace Corps Journey, you’re already long and winding, but I love you all the same.

October 5, 2015

Canyon Words of Wisdom


Sustainable Travel

While in Taos, I decided to take a quick stroll down the Rio Grande Gorge. Skipping merrily down the canyon. I managed to hike all the way down to the bottom. Unfortunately, I didn’t take into consideration the most important piece of wisdom when it comes to canyons: “What goes down must come up.” – […]

September 10, 2015