The main purpose of this blog is to share some of my experiences and thoughts as I spend a year working in WatSan with EWB in Malawi.
One of the toughest things about writing a blog is figuring out who your audience is and/or who you want your audience to be. Writing posts that will be interesting to a wide range of people can be really difficult. (or posts that are interesting at all to anyone for that matter)
That’s why I’ve set up categories of posts that will cater to different readers.
The category names are pretty self-explanatory, but I intend the blog to be really flexible and end up with a mind of it’s own, so the categories will most likely evolve over time.
The blog name can be interpreted in any way you like, but basically it’s about getting people to think about the fact that there’s a much broader perspective to be had from what they see and experience in their own world and lives. There is a limitless amount of experiences going on right now that you are missing out on! This blog is only a single set of them that “you might be missing”.
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I’d love to get feedback or questions on the posts or anything. Feel free to challenge any of my assumptions or perspectives, ask tough questions, request specific posts, or even comment on other peoples comments to generate discussions.
And feel free to email me about anything at all at firstname.lastname@example.org
Also check out the blogs of my colleagues in Malawi that are linked in the sidebar. They will be great if you want some wider and really great perspectives on life and work in Malawi with EWB, and development in general.
Thanks for reading!