Here are all the blogs that I follow. I’ve tried to group them into categories and provided a brief description for each one. I hope you find something to your liking!
2Summers–Heather Mason’s journey as an American expat living in Johannesburg, South Africa.
365 til 30–Kate McClafferty’s blog chronicling her journey of self-discovery to the big 3-0 and beyond–“turning her can’ts into cans and her dreams into plans.”
Around The World L–Boston schoolteacher Lillie Marshall and her enthusiastic passion for travel.
Bucket List Publications–Lesley Carter’s blog about fulfilling the goals on her bucket lists and life as a new mother, travel, and the search for extreme adventures.
Convergent Journey–Originally from NYC, Jooy “weekended her way through Europe” while getting a Master’s in London and is now exploring San Francisco.
Crazy Train to Tinky Town–Nearly jilted at the altar by her childhood sweetheart, English expat Deborah met Ahmed in Altinkum, Turkey on the trip that was supposed to be her honeymoon.
East of Malaga–Marianne, an English expat and a “recovering lawyer,” on life living east of Malaga in southern Spain.
Eric E Photo–Eric’s incredible photo blog of his adventures and life in Park City, Utah.
Everything Everywhere–Gary Ardnt has been on the road traveling nonstop since 2007. #1 travel blog on the Internet!
Gee, Cassandra–American expat Cassandra has lived in Madrid and been teaching English for the past 3 years.
Happiest Baby in the World–Conservation biologists gathering data on pandas for their Phds, Nate and Meghan travel back and forth to China and the USA along with their baby Dee.
Hola Yessica!–Los Angeles native Jessica chronicles life as an American expat in Barcelona.
Kaley… & Más–Kaley, an Indiana native, moved to Zamora, Spain to teach English, met and married her husband Mario, and now lives in Madrid teaching English.
I Heart Mondegreens–A self described travel and international food lover, California native Michi used to live in Granada, Spain and recently relocated to Belfast, Northern Ireland.
Lady in Spain–Yari is a Puerto Rican/American girl living in Madrid and working as an English language assistant.
Life in La Ville Rose –Emily moved to Toulouse, France for a semester long internship and blogs about life in one of my favorite French cities, La Ville Rose.
Life on La Lune–A “refugee from corporate life,” Vanessa, an English expat, moved to southwest France with her husband in 1997.
New York in Paris–Originally a “crazy, independent, single rock chick in New York City,” this Korean-American has been living in Paris since 2008 as “a (somewhat) demure wife, mother and Parisian madame.”
Roaming the world–A San Francisco Bay Area native, Lauren, who once traveled solo through Africa, is now in her second year teaching English in Spain in the Basque Country.
Soulshine Traveler–Meghan took a year off from corporate life to volunteer abroad in South America and Russia. She is now working in the microfinancing industry in the country (not the state!) of Georgia.
Spanish Sabores–Lauren, a Massachusetts native, met her husband Alejandro while teaching English in Sevilla and now lives in Madrid running the company Madrid Food Tour and talks about Spanish food recipes on her blog.
Stumble Down Under–Cosette, a Cuban-American woman from Miami, moved to Australia for love and blogs about life in Melbourne.
Sunshine and Siestas–Chicago native Cat originally ended up in Sevilla teaching English and has made the city her permanent home.
The (Fake) Parisienne –A Palestinian girl born and raised in Dubai with a case of wanderlust who moved to Paris, France for a new job.
Travelintheusa–Grad student studying Spanish linguistics in New Mexico and her travels around the USA.
Young Adventuress–Liz, a young twenty something, used to live in la Rioja in Spain teaching English and is planning a big move to New Zealand in 2013.
Languages and Translation
Falsos Amigos–Ignacio’s awesome blog taking a look at the concept of “false friends,” examining words that have similar spelling and pronunciation in other languages and explaining how these words mean completely different things. (In Spanish)
Más de una lengua–My Spanish intercambio Laura’s blog about subjects related to languages and translation. (In Spanish)
Peg-o-Leg’s Ramblings–From a small town in Illinois, Peg-O-Leg’s collection of hilarious “musings about daily life from the Everywoman perspective.”
The Global Search–Australian Rhys’s blog encompasses a little bit of everything–travel, his wife Kimberley, faterhood, and everything in between written from a sarcastic and amusing perspective.
Wild in the Pryors–Sandy and Lori’s blog about the Pryor Mountain wild horses in Montana which includes incredible and gorgeous pictures of the horses.