Today I am sharing what Life in Ecuador is like for me as a Black American foreigner by answering The Expat Tag questions. This is my third time doing this tag, and I’m still surprised at the answers I share. As I grow and mature, things change, especially this time around. I hope you enjoy learning more about me through this video and if you have any questions, please let me know!

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Expat Tag Questions:

  • What is your home country?
  • Where do you currently live?
  • What was the easiest part about adjusting to your new country?
  • What was the hardest part about adjusting to your new country?
  • Describe a moment when you felt you belonged in your new country.
  • Describe one major difference between your home country and your adoptive country.
  • What’s one thing you said yes to in your new country you would never have said yes to in your home country?
  • What’s one thing you regret doing when you moved to your new country?
  • Would you move again to a new brand new country and why?
  • One tip or advice you could give anyone moving to a new country.

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