About

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My love for travel, exceptional properties, culinary experiences, film, culture, and style compelled me to create this blog. I am most content exploring new locales and cultures other than my own, wandering farmers markets, and watching Anouk Aimee navigate Paris or Jacqueline Bisset cook for the queen.

My Work:

It is my pleasure to work with businesses who exude a true sense of place, character, and passion for their craft. I assist to increase visibility and communications efforts via management of social media, photography, branding, website design, conceptualization and organization of small events, creative partnerships, translations, and all things written. My projects vary depending on the needs of the business, and I work closely with my clients as, in essence, an extension of the team.

Client examples:

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If you would like to contact me, please send an email to tavoladelmondo@gmail.com

Annalee 

 

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9 replies »

  1. Hi Annalee,
    I like your blog so much 🙂

    Just one thing: in Italian “mangiare, viaggia, vive” doesn’t make sense. You should say “mangiare, viaggiare, vivere” (infinitive) or “mangia, viaggia, vivi” (you). I personally prefer the first one.

    Have a lovely weekend!

  2. You’re welcome! You could also say “cibo, viaggi, vita” (food, travels, life) since “mangiare, viaggiare, vivere” is literally “(to) eat, (to) travel, (to) live”. It all comes down to personal taste, I like them both 🙂

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