Welcome to the new and slightly improved My Sardinian Life. After a much too long hiatus, I thought it was time to give my much-beloved blog a refreshing makeover. I am back in the writing-blogging saddle to share my experiences with the culture, traditions, and people of this enchanting island I now call home.
Keep your eyes peeled for new posts on cost of living, working in the hospitality industry, colourful and vibrant snapshots, short stories of a wandering waitress, expat tales, and bloopers that are best only when shared.
Sardinia, Italy has been my home for the last ten years, and it’s only here where I feel truly me, and feel home.
Please let me know in the comment section below what you think of the makeover regarding fonts and font size, headline and title. All improvements are a work in progress. Thank you for following along. There will be more of me in your inbox in days, weeks and months to come. Until then … Ajo, Eh!
From Sardinia with love.
Looks good….Welcome Back!
Thank you. 🙂
Love it Would prefer scenery or something unique to Sardegna with header
Working on header images, but they don’t like me. 😉
Hey – thanks for the advice on a header and adding some. I’ve got a few interchanging ones on the go now. Let me know what you think. Nothing fancy but it does add a uniqueness. 🙂
Clean, neat and effective layout, but I would prefer a spot of scenery in the header.
Thanks. 🙂 The moment a header goes in you can’t read the title, but I’m working on it.
Think the new look is lovely. Much appreciated info on your island. One day I will get there: sooner rather than later,
from the other side of the world in Australia.
I appreciate your comment, thank you. And I loved my time in Australia in 1997, would love to make it back one day.
Looks fabulous! Will have to check on my laptop too as I am using my cellphone. Hope all is well!
Thank you. 🙂 Still a work in progress.
We came back last Thursday and missing it already. Castelsardo and Bosa and Alghero and Palau and Sant Antonio Di Gallura. Then Cannigione and Baia Sardinia and Arzenchena….the road from Cannegione to Arzenchena, confirmed our love for this place and desire to live there. Finished with Hotel ValKarana, Lago Liscia, with Italian Air Force Practising Water Landings as a welcome!
What an excellent tour you did to some of my favourite places here. Hope you make it back again one day.
It looks great, I think it will continue to be as interesting as always, with a new twist in style. Love it so far! Have a beautiful day! May God Bless!
Love & hugs,
Thanks Rosemarie. 🙂
Keep up the great work, I’m sure it’s going to be interesting.
Thank you. 🙂