Here you’ll find pictures, home life, travel adventures, cooking challenges, beauty and art from my life in Rome, Italy
How’s life in Italy today?
There’s a lot of grocery shopping, a lot of cooking, beauty and art everywhere, and a lot of traditions.
Here you’ll find my little adventures, everyday life pics, and the blog posts about Italy’s way of life, at least the one I witness.
LIFE IN ITALY PICS FROM MY JOURNALING ON THE ITALIAN COLORS NEWSLETTER:
ROME IS CROWDED
ART IN VIA MARGUTTA
CHRISTMAS IN ROME
CHRISTMAS IN VENICE
APERITIVO WITH A VIEW
more pics from my life in rome
I have a page where I gather daily life in Rome pics, journaling and thoughts.
MORE PICS AND STORIES
ON THE ITALIAN COLORS NEWSLETTER
life in Italy blog posts
A travel guide to Alba and Langhe in Piedmont. Learn about the food, the traditions, the things to do and see, and the basics for a truffle experience.
Italian eating customs: learn about Italian eating habits, words and etiquette and fill your life with flavors, textures, and pleasures.
Lecce, the Florence of the South.
Italian football culture in Italy’s everyday life: conversation topic, overexposure, women participation, and emotional involvement.
Best books for women that need inspiration, dreams, or a a moment for themselves.
Plunge in Modena’s local and authentic recipes, traditions, and amazing photographs through the pages of this Italian Winter travel cookbook.
Christmas in Italy from the tree day to La Befana: everything that happens, including food, traditions and family business.
Italian New Year’s Eve traditions: here comes a messy list of customs, some from the past, some still extremely actual! Learn about Italian new year’s eve food, red panties, and kisses. Christmas is over? Don’t be sad! This year has come to an end, but another one is...
Christmas day in Italy: food, meals, and traditions.
Christmas Eve in Italy is a day full of food and traditions. In this post, I outlined a typical Italian Christmas Eve: what happens hour by hour. First of all, remember that the Christmas Eve dinner in Italy is meatless: we can only eat fish. But we can certainly eat...