How Colombia Has Prepared Me For The World Today

Compost made from wood we found in the streets.

When I was a little kid, we used to get our water from an old-fashioned pump. The pump was not on our land, so we had to fill up the jugs once weekly, old bleach containers.

My mother would boil and wash them, so the water was safe to drink. Now looking back…

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I quit the rat race after working as a nurse for 16 years. Content creator in sobriety + self-improvement. I live in Colombia. Contact me: ceosarainc@gmail.com

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I quit the rat race after working as a nurse for 16 years. Content creator in sobriety + self-improvement. I live in Colombia. Contact me: ceosarainc@gmail.com

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