So, I've decided to start this cute little series about the small (and large) things I do in Haiti to be the most effective, efficient and successful. As an American, I've been raised in a way in which I take some smaller things for granted. Yeah, I recycle, but because I want to. I recycle because I'm helping to reduce my carbon footprint, but in Haiti, I'm recycling because I need to. No, there's no recycling plant and trash is everywhere, but me, personally, I'm saving money by recycling.
Here's my first Haiti Life Hack: Re-bottling Water
The first week is critical when you're adjusting to a "foreign" country. Read about my woes below: (1. Wifi isn't strong enough for pictures to post).
May you all be blessed and prosperous in 2019! Check out my first post of the year, "Keep it Up in The New Year" to see how I'm reaffirming myself and my goals in 2019!
Check out the UE tabs for the most up-to-date blog posts for Undergoes Experience! Since living in Haiti, I have not exactly had time to create graphics for every post, but content is still flowing. I promise! Have you checked out the VLOG?
Ready for some more cool pages? Check out www.frontierprojects.org/alyssainhaiti.html
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