Urgh! Writer’s block!

Yikes. For the first time since forever, I’ve no idea what to write about.


Could you give me some ideas to get started?

17 Replies to “Urgh! Writer’s block!”

  1. Nooo..it’s Ferragosto time..nothing to do, we want a post, please! 🙂
    I could be interesting to explain to your singaporean friends how do you feel in a town like Rome in ferragosto, when the majority of the shops and activities is closed..this is a big difference between Singapore and Italy I think.

    1. I thought Ferragosto is just one day? The 15th of August? Last year we went to Castelli Romani for lunch, this year we went to the in laws for dinner. I didnt see the shops being closed being anything unusual though, Italians actually are very mindful of timings! Lunchtime = closed. Sunday = closed.

      1. Ferragosto is mainly just one day, as you said. But it can be also considered a period, a little bit like Christmas, it isn’t?
        That’s true, in Italy we are mindful of timings, but I think the whole continental Europe is like this, except for the bigger and touristic cities. In this topic like in many others, when you are used to, seems quite normal 🙂

    1. I do miss Singapore, especially during the first few months, I was extremely homesick and miserable. I’ve written quite a few blog posts about it.

      I still miss it, but I’m accepting that I’m staying here long term. I think this is a good blog topic. Thanks sexeh eStee 🙂

  2. I think u shd write about how Italy is not what all cracked up to be.. Like when people say “Italy” they shd have some pre-conceived stereotypes rite.. Then maybe you can counter those with your real-life experience?

    1. My good friend once said that if you were single, and wanted to hook up with an Italian man, you should wear a white bottom like white pants or white skirts.

      Its not true though :p

    2. ALL Italians eat pizza while playing mandolino in a gondola, wearing Pulcinella costume. ALL THE TIME. And kill everyone they don’t like hiding the body in an armed concrete pillar. Didn’t you know? 😉

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