(Read her article here, “Becoming Bold and Italic.”) Italian Fashion is Good for Your Health " data-medium-file="https://rickzullo.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/05/misty-evans-surviving-italy.jpg" data-large-file="https://rickzullo.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/05/misty-evans-surviving-italy.jpg" class="alignleft size-full wp-image-2897" src=" alt="misty-evans-surviving-italy" width="150" height="121" /M. Georgette is an American social media strategist, copywriter, blogger and a certifiable ‘Tuscan Texan’ living and breathing all things Florence.
Elizabeth Evans of “Surviving Italy” is an American expat trapped between two worlds with her badass husband, his chest hair, and their poodle. Her award-winning blog Surviving In Italy, aims to honestly portray her life in Italy, the sober times, the drunken times, the yelling, food, family, and on occasion her obsession with the majestic Capybara. Social inside and out, she lives in the moment and eats way too much pasta.
You also must think that Swedish women hate their fellow men.
It’s part true, more Swedish women are interested in foreign men than they are in other Swedes.
First off, if you are man, Swedish, French, American, British, you have to learn how to smooch and booze with those hot Swedish women. Second, it seems that foreign men in Sweden have an advantage over the Swedish men. Here’s what Swedish women think of Swedish men: After reading all these comments you must think, “damn, how do Swedish men and women mate and have lots of babies?
” I wonder that too, and I’ll put the blame on the dark swedish winter and the bright swedish summer.
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I must be the unknowing beneficiary of some sort of blogger affirmative action program, because otherwise I’m at a loss to explain my inclusion in this field.
Maria is a 30-something (something low) American Texpat, living and working in her husband’s tiny hometown in the province of Reggio Emilia.
Her blog, Married to Italy, is home to her rants and raves and serves as her therapeutic search for hilarity amongst the chaos.
There are over seventy-eight million Brazilian women and they are among the most educated and upwardly mobile women in Latin America.
In fact, Global Issues, an international monitor of education revealed the following facts, in 2010, about women in Brazil: There are over seventy-eight million Brazilian women, there is almost certainly a woman for any man willing to make the effort.