It's been stated in the beginning of this blog on the About Me section that I was transitioning from the Sunshine State Florida to my tropical Home, Haiti in Port-Au-Prince. This 30th of past September marked a year since I moved back and from my time frame here it's been one ride full of transitions to say the least. For the year that I've been back, I never thought that I would get culture shock since I had a good case of in 2004 as a Freshman in High School and because I was in Port-Au-Prince for the summer in 2011 but little did I know I had it. I grew to realize that vacationing in a place and living in that same place are two different things,so it's only normal that I experienced these slight changes after all.
Among these changes came the decision of continuing my education here in Haiti while I am working. I had to get rid of the stigmata of being reserved and shy to market myself and integrate into communities and networking as well. Little by little I have no choice but to work on outgrowing my shyness.Besides being a little off from inspiration and out of electricity sometimes,these past few months I spent a lot of my time getting ready for admissions exams to get in a good University. The good news is that I got in and already have lots of work to do, researches on top of researches.
One thing that I like about my schedule is that I have a good time to study after each classes rather than trying to squeeze time to study for all my classes. Speech is among the principal outlet in most of my classes a way for us to break from our comfort zone so there is no way to escape exposing yourself and be a little vulnerable in front of million little eyes. (Ok I am exaggerating)
Haiti may go through a lot of difficult times but some of us in Universities are giving our all and our best.
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