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Sep 17, 2018

In this introspective episode, Katy says goodbye to Rome the night before she flies back to the States. And as she contemplates the end of another chapter, her thoughts turn to John Keats.

Why John Keats, you ask? At the start of her time in Rome, Katy visited the Non-Catholic Cemetery and the grave of the Young English...

Sep 10, 2018

Are we the masters of our own fate, or merely unwitting pawns in a larger scheme, the irresistible pull of destiny guiding all of our so-called decisions? Or is the reality somewhere in the middle?

In their second live show, recorded at The Beehive Hotel & Hostel, Katy and Tiffany explore their own beliefs on this vast...

Sep 3, 2018

In honor of Labor Day, Katy and Tiffany take the week off from their labor of love, The Bittersweet Life podcast.

But in this special, super-short episode we ask for your feedback for three upcoming episodes. Listen to the episode to hear our questions so you can be featured on the show!

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Aug 27, 2018

As Katy nears the end of her time in Rome (this time), Tiffany can’t help but ask, will you stay?

Or, more precisely, would you stay? Would you stay in Rome IF all the conditions allowed it: work visa, gainful employment, apartment?

Her answer might surprise you.

And it opens a discussion: how do you know when it’s...

Aug 20, 2018

Moving abroad isn’t just for twenty-somethings. Our guest this week proves just that.

Jackie Jalley was a successful lawyer in her early 40s and living in Chicago when she realized she wasn’t content feeding her wanderlust with short, occasional trips to Europe—she had to move there. And when she finally decided...