Check out the latest posts from the Italian Reflections Italy Bloggers including:
A Welshie in Italy, A Writer in Umbria, An American in Padua, Andiamotrips, Anneliese Rabl Blog, artTrav, Brigolante Blog, Burnt By The Tuscan Sun, Ciao Amalfi, Ciao Christy, Dream Life of Mine, Driving Like a Maniac, firenzemom, Girl in Florence 2.0, Help! I Live with My Italian Mother in Law, Inspired in Italy, Italianna, Italian Notes, Letters from Florence, My Sardinian Life, My Umbrian Village, News from Italy, Olive oil + raspberries, Orvieto or Bust, Sicily Scene, Sunshine and Tomatoes, The Divorced Lady’s Companion and Un Prosecchino.
A Welshie in Italy is the blog of Nerys Howell, a 25 year old Welsh girl who studied Italian at uni, and moved to Milan in November 2008.”
A Writer in Umbria: Italy, Cats, Reflections, Moments by Nina Hansen Machotka. Nina says: “It’s about Italy, cats, menopause, aging, dying, dancing, seasons, and just some stuff of life that makes one wonder how we tick.”
An American in Padua is written by Irene Woodbury, an American who came to Italy as a tender teenager and basically never left. She writes about her experiences in this beloved yet often awkward country, with home being Padua.
After twenty years of slow-and-steady restoration, the full circle is…
Andiamotrips is the blog of Karen Phillips who has lived in Naples for over 16 years. She feels like the Campania region is her home and as any good hostess, loves ‘inviting’ people over to mingle with the locals, visit the museums and galleries, try the wine and local cuisine, learn the history and visit the local festivals. That is the spirit behind her Andiamotrips blog.
Anneliese Rabl from Germany, is a professional writer, photographer and expert in traditional Italian food, herbs and their history. She has been living in Italy for many years and now resides in a small village in the hills between Florence and Lucca from where she writes the Anneliese Rabl Blog.
artTrav is written by Alexandra M. Korey, a Florence-based art historian turned journalist, blogger, and digital marketing specialist.
In 2003 Rebecca Winke began writing a series of essays for the Slow Travel website, documenting her experiences as a transplanted American city girl to the Umbrian countryside. Her musings are reproduced at Brigolante Blog.
Burnt By The Tuscan Sun is written by Francesca Maggi, an American living in Italy, who takes off her rose-colored glasses to reveal what life is really like through the trials & tribulations of daily living in the country known for it’s ‘Quality of Life’.
When I was growing up in the food-friendly, marketing savvy USA, field trips weren’t always made to cultural sites [although, the Henry Ford Museum & The Stra...
Ciao Amalfi, Writing, photography & tales from daily life on Italy’s Amalfi Coast, through the eyes of an American writer and art historian, Laura Thayer, who decided to call this place home.
Zooming along the Amalfi Coast curves looking toward Amalfi
The first sunny weekend on the Amalfi Coast and everyone … and I mean everyone … hits the road for a ...
Ciao Christy, a personal blog about a southern, American woman, Christine Dickert, who moved to Florence and found love with a southern, Italian man.
Dream Life of Mine, is written by Ingrid Christensen from New Zealand. A GenX experiences working as a Chef, buying & renovating an Italian Palazzo whilst trying to become a published author.
Driving Like a Maniac, is the blog written by Kate Bailward. An Englishwoman in Sicily. Loves cats. Hates trifle. Join her as she teaches the Italians English and learns how to drive like they do: it’s an education, in every sense of the word.
firenzemom is the blog written by Kimberly Dopke-Vanzi, an American Mom that has moved to Firenze, Italy to live her life. "This is an ex-pat's life record of trials and tribulations in living a life in Beautiful Tuscany."
Girl in Florence 2.0, written by Georgette Jupe. A 20-something slightly sarcastic American from Texas, enjoying wine, travel, and constantly discovering the city she is lucky to live in.. Florence.
Help! I live with my Italian mother in law, is written by Leah Armstrong, a Canadian married to an Italian, now living in Genova with his mother while he still sails the blue seas across the Atlantic.
Inspired in Italy, written by Emily Beiriger, an American living in Italy, a newlywed who is one hundred percent certain, this was the best decision of her life.
Italianna, is Anna Savino's blog for a passion ... about food, wine, and Italian culture. She is a dreamer... hoping to one day get her sommelier certificate, move to Langhe and do wine tours. For now just discovering new things in Piemonte one step (sip) at a time.
Italian Notes is a collection of scribbles on places, people and food in Italy seen from a Scandinavian point of view by Mette Vaabengaard, a Danish freelance journalist.
Letters from Florence is written by Elizabeth Petrosian, an American Gulliver among the Italian Lilliputians. She blogs about life and lunacy in Florence, Italy.
Naples is a whore with a heart of gold.
Frowsy and magnificent, enchanting and appalling, exuberant and guarded, demanding of attention and cautious o...
My Sardinian Life is written by Jennifer Avventura a travel consultant and freelance writer. Canadian blood planted in Sardinia, Italy. Over 14 years experience traveling the globe.
My Umbrian Village is written by Elizabeth Heath. "Life, love, adventures and misadventures with the people and places of my adopted Italian homeland."
|Gino, in the green hat, arriving at his mass with grandson
Paolo and "little" brother, 97 year-old Mario.
Linda McFall has been living in Italy with David her husband since March 2004. Linda says: "We are here because we decided to have an adventure after we became 'empty nesters' Apart from being so far away from family and friends we love it. News From Italy is where I enjoy sharing our little piece of Italy with you."
Kate Middleton is the only English woman to farm organic raspberries and olive oil in Tuscany. And be a Roman Housewife! Her blog can be found at Olive oil + raspberries.
Orvieto or Bust is written by Toni DeBella. "My friend once asked me why I chose Italy to fall in love with? My answer: I didn’t choose Italy, Italy chose me. For all of you who have a similar dream, I am writing this blog for you too. Italia o morte!!!!"
Sicily Scene reflects a Welshwoman's life in Sicily. As Pat Eggleton says, "I'm sort-of retired language teacher from Cardiff, Wales, UK, now trying to make a new life in Sicily. I'm not growing vines, making olive oil or restoring a palace stone by stone!"
Puglia resident Amy Jones writes the sunshine and tomatoes blog. A blog full of all her ramblings about food, culture, dangerous fireworks (!) and the beautiful part of the world that is southern Italy.
It's been a little while since I posted a hunger-inducing pic of some sweet treats. Actually that's not true at all; my most recent post definitely inclu...
The Divorced Lady's Companion to Living in Italy is written by Catherine McNamara. Catherine writes commercial and literary fiction, novels and short stories. Her women's commercial novel The Divorced Lady's Companion to Living in Italy is being published on April 16th 2012.
Un Prosecchino is the blog of Celia Prosecchino. Celia, is a Londoner who ended up ten years ago living in Tuscany with her Italian husband and daughter, who offers musings on la dolce vita.”