Hey hey ya’ll (yes I know I’m just talking to myself here) !
I’m ready to get more serious about running again, and so I’m back on the blog scene to put some pressure on myself 🙂
Here’s a life update since my last post:
1) I graduated from University
2) I got accepted to my dream Graduate School (I start in September 🙂 where I’ll be studying Global Disease Epidemiology and one step closer to working on International health challenges (& more water projects!!)
3) I lived & traveled in Colombia for 3 months, while doing research on drinking water quality & access in rural communities being affected by climate change and industrialisation in the area
4) I started dating IR
5) I moved to Switzerland for the summer to be with IR
there ya go, all caught up!
Keep your eyes open for my training recaps 🙂
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On World Water Day, we celebrate the importance of water in our daily lives. We need it to hydrate, to cook, to clean, and to bathe. Yet, thousands of people living in rural Honduras lack access to an adequate supply of clean water. Many must survive on only three gallons of water per day and often need to lug this precious resource for several kilometers just to have it in their homes.
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