Here are the remaining expat bloggers from our Expat Blogger – Europe group on Facebook. I’ve broken the list into three parts because I didn’t want to you miss any of them. The group is filled with so many bright, talented people who are eager to bring you along on their journey. I hope you’ve enjoyed getting to know this special group of expat bloggers.
Did you miss the earlier posts on this group? Here’s the first, and part 2.
What are your favorite Facebook groups? I belong to about a dozen different groups on Facebook. How about you?
Never a Dull Day in Poland — Kelley’s husband, like mine, is retired from the United States Air Force. His work has taken their family to Bydgoszcz, Poland. She very involved with her church and the local community.
Pakovska — Marta lives in the French Alps and blogs about gardening, vegetarian cooking, knitting, and travel.
Polanded — my own dear husband, sharing photos of his travels throughout Europe and Poland in particular.
Passports & Pamplemousse — Passports and Pamplemousse was born with wanderlust which has taken her to five continents and 40 countries. She has lived and worked in seven of those. She shares my love for food and trying new recipes.
The Road to Poland — American Olivia and her Polish husband have moved their family from the United States to Poland, so that their children will get to know both cultures. She writes very candidly about the joys and struggles of life in a foreign country.
Sukhi Sangha — Sukhi is Indo-Canadian and a student at the dental college in Poznan. Her blog is a fantastic, fun collection of videos that show Sukhi dancing everywhere she goes, and she travels to some great locations that make a perfect backdrop for her to break down in some Bhangra!
Travel Play Grow — Jennifer is an American living in Warsaw with her husband and their 4-year old daughter. She writes about exploring Warsaw and their travels.
The Twisted Red Lady Bug — Anda is from Romania and now lives in Krakow with her Polish husband. She is a huge fan of lady bugs, Star Wars, travel, and collection earrings among other things.
An accountant by trade and a food blogger since 2009, Lois Britton fell in love with Polish cuisine during the years she lived in Poznań, Poland. As the creator of PolishHousewife.com, she loves connecting readers with traditional Polish recipes. Lois has a graduate certificate in Food Writing and Photography from the University of South Florida. She is the author of The Polish Housewife Cookbook, available on Amazon and on her website.
Thanks for including me, Lois! What a great list of writers, photographers and travelers:)
My pleasure, Jennifer. We’re really do have a lot of talented folks in this group!