About Me

Hello! Guten Tag! Hola! Salam 3laykum! Anyeonghaseyo!

Welcome! My name is Renée. I’m a 25-year-old Returned Peace Corps Volunteer and an English Teacher in Daegu, South Korea.

Live Life Tr3mendously is a personal memoir of my travels and living abroad. This blog is also about taking the opportunities one is given or earned and doing something great, no…TREMENDOUS with that chance.

I hope this blog will be helpful to others who are thinking about joining the Peace Corps. I hope I can inspire others to take the opportunities they have been granted and DO SOMETHING with it. Think about how that chance can make you a better person or how it will help you to help someone else.

Tr3mendous Love,




3 thoughts on “About Me

  1. Hi! I’ve been trying to the learn the Arabic script and I just learned about that sound! Some places it’s spelled Ain or Aiyn, I’m not sure of the proper spelling. I can’t wait to meet those of you that are already there. I’ve gotten most of my questions answered, but the rest I will just have to learn along the way. I’m trying to finish up final clearance, packing, and visiting family and friends.

    1. I’ve seen it as both Ain or Aiyn, call it what you want, it sounds the same haha. Spending some serious quality time with friends and family is the best thing you can do for yourself (for Christmas presents to my family before I left last year, I took each of them out for a day individually to spend time with them).

      Feel free to find me on facebook if you want, or follow my blog at http://confessionsofaconsciousconsumer.blogspot.com/

  2. Ironically, you’ll also learn once you arrive here in Morocco that 3 is used in many words as a way to represent a certain Arabic sound that is not present in the English language, but sounds sort of like a really heavy “ah.” When I first saw your blog title, I thought you had researched ahead, and were using it in that way!

    Welcome to Peace Corps Morocco! We’re all very excited for you guy’s to get here, and if you have any questions, want to bounce ideas off me, or just in general get excited by talking to a current volunteer, feel free to hit me up!

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