Living in Italy Will Break You (and Put You Back Together)

Su Guillory
3 min readDec 24, 2022

Before moving to the south of Italy, I knew it would be challenging. That it wouldn’t be prosecco and pasta all the time.

Photo is author's own. Argimusco in Sicily

And so I thought I was prepared for life as an expat in Calabria.

(Do you hear that? It’s the sound of the Universe laughing at me.)

An Entirely New Way of Living

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Su Guillory

As an expat coach, I help women minimize the stress of moving abroad. Download: 9 Steps to Becoming a Digital Nomad in Italy: https://bit.ly/4arLBot