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Day 14 of My Favorite Italian Websites | Diario di una studentessa matta

**Update:  The blog is now in English and Italian!**

Welcome to Day 14 of my 30 days of Italian websites that will draw you in and keep you dreaming.

Don’t kill me.

Today’s site is completely in Italian.

And no, I don’t get much of it either.  But I absolutely LOVE the idea behind this.    Melissa has created a blog to improve her Italian by writing….completely in Italian.  But her photos and her passion come through and I have bookmarked this site to improve MY Italian.  Now that is inspiration!!  Click here.

Feel like you belong on my list or have a favorite link to share? Let me know!!

I’m obsessed with feedback, let me know what you think.

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About the author: Andi Brown

I am passionate about helping people create vacations that are perfect for them through personalized travel planning, itinerary review and small experience focused tours. My services put an emphasis on the experience of Italy, getting my clients away from the tourist crowds and into the heart and soul of the people. I believe in working with family run businesses at great locations with attention to the details. If you can dream it I can make it happen.

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  1. mydoublelifeinitaly - 2012-08-11 at 12:33 am Reply

    Just discovered your blog via Baroque Sicily which I have followed for a while now. I have lived in Italy for over 30 years and “discovered” Basilicata way before it became trendy…and my blog is about life here, not so much travel. I am a painter and so, of course, the landscape down here has been important as well as the people. It might be interesting to a few dedicated folks who want to dig under the layers of stereotypes which often obscure the fascinating reality of the place.
    Thanks for a very interesting read, and great links!!

  2. bilingualtranslationmatters - 2012-08-24 at 1:45 pm Reply

    I, for one, will be back for more. Thank you for the post!

  3. melissa muldoon (@italiamelissa) - 2012-09-30 at 1:08 pm Reply

    Ciao Andi! Grazie di aver parlato di me e del mio sito qui suo tuo blog! Sono molto lusingata! Ho appena trovato il tuo sito. Mi piace molto. Learning Italian is a voyage and dietro ogni angolo you learn something new. Looks like we share a common passion for Italia! I look forward to following you! A presto Melissa

  4. Melissa Muldoon - 2014-03-16 at 7:50 pm Reply

    Ciao Andi! I wanted to stop by to let you know that I moved the blog to a hosted site two years ago so the link in this post doesn’t work any more. Someone just pointed that out to me! the site address is now: http://www.studentessamatta.com AND I now write posts both in English & Italian for your reading and learning pleasure! Just followed you on Twitter! Hope you are doing well!

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