About Me And totalsardinia.com 

Firstly, thanks for visiting totalsardinia.com. I am very passionate about this island, I feel a strong connection to the Sardinian countryside, culture, and traditions. The longer I stay in Sardinia, and the more I learn, the greater my curiosity grows. 

I am 23 years old and from the United Kingdom. I have visited many countries and explored many cultures, but nothing seems to grab hold of me as Sardinia does. 

I first came to this island to volunteer on a sustainable project and was quickly blown away by the beauty, and way of life here. 

I began totalsardinia.com in October 2019, after returning to Sardinia for the sixth time.

Now, I am staying in a small town in the north of Sardinia, which is my base from where I explore Sardinia. I am learning to live with the changes of the seasons. Including, harvesting olives in Autumn, learning viniculture with the local winemaker, and working on a permaculture project.

I’m learning Italian (so I can drive deeper into the incredible history of this island and have more meaningful conversations with local Sardinians), as well as making road trips across the island.

I still have much to learn about Sardinia, I hope you will join more on this journey. Much of what I have learned I have written about in this blog, I hope it will help you plan and enjoy your holiday in Sardinia

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I have started to work on a new website project while I spend the next two years studying biodynamic agriculture in the UK. This year has been very tumultuous for us all, and many of us have had to change our plans. I have so many wonderful memories of Sardinia, and I cannot wait to get back to this special island when I can. As I am a British Citizen will be watching the Brexit negotiations carefully, as I will need to plan further in advance in order to bring my dog with me back into the EU. 

I have decided to invest the next two years practicing and studying biodynamic agriculture, I want to learn how to grow nutritious food in the most sustainable way, as well improving biodiversity. It is my dream to apply what I learn during the next two years, onto the fertile soil of Sardinia. 

You can visit my new website project here: biodynamictrainee.co

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