An Introvert’s Guide to Living in Italy | Tips for Avoiding Human Interaction

An Introvert’s Guide to Living in Italy | Tips for Avoiding Human Interaction

I know it might seem like I'm a social butterfly because I talk to my phone sometimes in my Instagram stories, but in the flesh, I'm a little weird. Not like WEIRD WEIRD, just a little introverted. I've always been this way. I love humanity and I love meeting people, but it needs to be [...]

Pope Francis Loves The Gays And I Love Pope Francis

Pope Francis Loves The Gays And I Love Pope Francis

I know a lot of us expats post beautiful pictures on our Instagram grids about how much we lOoOoOoove Italy and we would probably lick the dirty cobblestone in our flowery dresses and espadrilles and ROLL AROUND NAKED IN FRESH GNOCCHI if Covid wasn’t heavily floating around the country, but the truth is, Italy has a lot of work to do.

Renovating my Home in Tuscany | An Honest Update

Renovating my Home in Tuscany | An Honest Update

I would love to pretend this Italian home renovation process has been an incredibly inspirational and educational journey, sprinkled in silver linings and dipped in expensive Italian wine with a side of spicy pecorino cheese, but it's been anything but that and I REFUSE to pretend I'm over here in Tuscany living my best life. This whole house renovating thing has been really hard.

One month in lockdown | Take me dancing in Santa Croce and feed me a 2am kebab + books I’m reading, turning 30 & more

One month in lockdown | Take me dancing in Santa Croce and feed me a 2am kebab + books I’m reading, turning 30 & more

It's looking like it might be a hot minute until someone can take us all dancing and for juicy vegetarian kebabs…Italian lockdown has been extended until May 3rd, and I'm trying to keep my cool, but the cabin fever is getting real — even for a homebody like me.