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I think about that every day
Hi! My name is Leah and until June of 2013, I had never spent more than two consecutive weeks outside of Virginia. I was born in Fairfax, Va and went to University in Fredericksburg, Va. After graduation I moved back to Fairfax and worked in Washington, DC for almost two years before leaving for the Peace Corps. Now I am living in Moldova - a country I had never heard of before my Peace Corps nomination arrived. I live in the northern capitol of Moldova, in a city called Balti.
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  • What's in a Moldovan Supermarket? 3 years ago While you can’t get everything you would have been able to find at home, you can get everything you need and more. While products like curry paste or Brie cheese or Dr.Pepper, are not available at a regular grocery store, you can find these products at some of the specialty stores in Moldova....
  • Mumbles and Thatches 3 years ago During my time in Moldova, Paden and I frequently discussed starting a video series featuring some of our travels, hobbies and life in Moldova. One of the things Paden and I did in Moldova, to entertain ourselves and make sure we didn’t get into too many ruts, was to try new or unusual sodas,...
  • Finding Purpose after Peace Corps 3 years ago My job search process started almost five months ago. I started to prepare resumes and cover letters in February, working to sum up my two years of Peace Corps into concise points. And then I began researching where I might like to work, compiling a list and starting to send some applications...
  • Q & A: That Moldovan Life Pt. 2 3 years ago The first of this series was published last month and answered some of the questions that a friend and blog follower felt were unanswered. Since then I’ve had a few of you reach out to me with some things you wanted to know and I’ve started to answer a few of them below. As before, … Continue...
  • Moldovan Interview Series: Nadia 3 years ago This is the fifth in series of interviews, all about Volunteering being a two-way street. We hear the term V-squared, a lot during our training in Peace Corps, which stands for volunteers creating volunteers; and as Peace Corps Volunteers our goal is not simply to encourage volunteering in America,...

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