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10 Things I'll Miss About Living in Nigeria - Finding Nkem
So after a year and 4 months in Nigeria, I jumped on a plane a total of two weeks ago and returned to the US. It’s been so amazing being back with my family in the town I grew up in – that sense of familiarity has been nice to clear my head, refocus and get to work. Didn’t know I was moving back? Then you aren’t subscribed to the blog. Make sure you do so below. I dropped into Maryland on a cold day that’s been quit the adjustment! As I sit huddled under a blanket with tea close in hand, I’m reflecting on all the things that I’ll miss/am already missing in Nigeria. As much as so many things frustrated me about my time there, there is no denying that it was a year of growth, learning and some fun thrown in. There is a unique hustle and bustle here and also a very unique creative scene that I got a chance to experience but wasn’t able to dive into. But I think that’s something that can be said for every major hub – just each scene would be a bit different. So I wanted to focus on …