True to form, I get really excited about things and then promptly fall off the face of the earth.
But nevermind that. We’re here now, so let’s have a quick recap of the past few months…
Where I’ve been:
July was busy, between kicking off my Swedish Cheese Project and attending TBEX Europe in Ostrava. (I still have tons to write about from my experiences in Czechia, by the way, and I swear some of this content is coming soon.)
August adventures included a few nights along Lake Iseo in northern Italy, exploring Sulzano, Monte Isola, and Iseo.
From Lake Iseo we headed on to Ljubljana, Slovenia’s lovely (and increasingly popular) capital city.
In September, I popped up to Stockholm again for a hot second…
…and then there was a quick night in Leipzig for a Twitter meetup.
And then we were off again for a weekend in Dublin.
October was relatively calm in that I didn’t travel anywhere, but I did up my freelancing ante by beginning work with an exciting travel content start-up. Aside from this, I’ve penned a couple of things since I last wrote here…
What I’ve written:
I contributed to a few fun round-up posts:
Best Restaurants in Czech Republic on Our Awesome Planet
10 of the Most Beautiful Places in Europe to Visit in 2019 on Travelweekli
Is This the Best Food in Asia? on Elizabeth Everywhere
And my aforementioned brief trip to Stockholm? That was to visit Ängsholmens Gårdsmejeri, just north of Uppsala, where I booped buffalo noses and talked to badass cheesemaker Linda Elvingson about her mozzarella pursuits. Then I wrote about it for Culture: the word on cheese, which you should definitely read because Swedish Mozzarella is A Thing (and it’s Delicious).
Johan and I are leaving this afternoon(!) for a quick weekend in Lyon, then we’re off to Lisbon in two weeks to celebrate our anniversary. There’ll be another jaunt to Stockholm in early December for a Julbord (Christmas table), as we are gleefully skipping town again this year to return to Hong Kong for end-of-year festivities. Somewhere in between, I’ll be writing and tying up the loose ends of 2018.