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My goodness emma. That was an eye opener. I think I'll move to sardinia rather than Tuscany or umbria. Would you recommend that as a course of action? what are jobs like in sardinia.

Emma Bird

Buon giorno!

Sardinia is a beautiful place. On a good day, it's paradise. And there's no where else I'd rather be. On a bad day, it can be frustrating and you'll find me muttering furiously like a mad woman:-) Watch out for my post next week on the ups and downs of living in Sardinia.



I can see what you mean about England costing more than Italy but have you thought about the difference in salaries. Salaries in Italy are really low. I live in Viareggio and I sometimes wonder if I would get a better quality of life in England. What do you think?

Emma Bird

Hi Hannah

Thanks for your interesting observation about low salaries and quality of life. It got me thinking.

Sorry I haven't replied until now. But I was in the UK writing and wasn't posting on here, as I'm sure you discovered.

I've actually taken your comment and used it to start off a blog post on the difference in salaries and quality of life which is up today (April 11).

What do you think?


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