Friday, January 4, 2013

Keep Reading!

Wow, sometimes I really can't believe that I've been home from Korea for more than a year and a half now. Time has flown! I spent much of that time at the Harvard Graduate School of Education, earning my master's degree in International Education Policy. It was rigorous and challenging and an amazing opportunity for growth. I met incredible students and faculty, traveled to Morocco and Puerto Rico, and generally had a fantastic experience. In two days, I'll be starting the next adventurous chapter of my life, by moving to Nairobi, Kenya for at least two years. I am extremely excited about this amazing new opportunity, AND about getting back to blogging.

When I started Adventures in SoKo, my intention was mostly just to use it to share pictures and stories with my mom back home in the States. But it grew into so much more. I still get an average of a little over 3,000 page views a month and I am totally humbled to receive email messages from people who have read the blog as part of their preparation for moving to Korea. I'm always happy to answer any questions, and I do my best to provide as objective of a view as possible (or clearly label things to be my opinion) and I really do love getting emails from people who have taken the time to vicariously live my life with me. My email on the About Me page is still valid, and I invite you to drop me a line!

When writing, I really tried not to leave anything out....if I was having a crappy day you knew about it, but you also heard about some of the best days of my life. As I leave for Kenya and begin a new blog, I hope to do the same.

So, come on over and visit me at Meaghan the Mzungu and see what I am up to now!

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