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After living in the Mediterranean for nearly 8 years, I realized that the girls out here know a thing or two about living. Its not all about a quick buck, a long career, a fast night out, a slow kiss. Its about taking care of ones self and one another. Its about cherishing relationships, our community, our family. Its about getting involved in your community and caring for your neighbor. Its about the village life and the beaches. Its about eating well and nourishing our bodies, our children, our parents, our husbands, and our careers. Its about connecting and having a life worth living. And oh, its about feeling good on the inside and looking good on the outside. With that, I believe there were 5 Pillars for Goddess Living - to help us all live like a Mediterranean goddess no matter where in the world we may be. These 5 Pillars are: 1) knowledge of (and cooking/preparing) authentic Mediterranean cuisine; 2) Focus on Family & Community; 3) Career Choices; 4) Faith & Spirituality; 5) Beauty Tips & Tricks - passed on from one goddess generation to the next
Karen Guttridge is Ladyhiker. Fuelled by wanderlust and the odd cake, she likes nothing better than donning boots and rucksack, noseying around the UK and Europe and getting up to endless mischief.
Our blog is all about our life in cyprus to be shared with friends and family. 6 years of living in Cyprus
Hi I'm Rosanna (a Cyprus rose), so I guess this is "Rosanna's blog in Cyprus". The postings are mainly about my travel to Cyprus and adventures here. They include some light-hearted and amusing stories as well as vague travel information that might be of interest to those visiting Cyprus.
An honest account about the simple life in Cyprus, having left the business of living in Dubai for 18 years.
A blog with proof that Cyprus has lot more to offer than just its beaches. I post about all the places i visit (and have visited) along with details and photographs.
Gail at Large
My name is Gail, I was born in the Philippines but immigrated to Canada as a young child with my family. I currently live in Porto, Portugal’s second-largest metropolitan area, located in the north on the Atlantic coast. Spain is an hour to the north and about two hours to the east.