Vlog| Travel & Fibromyalgia in Italy: What I Learned Moving to Rome.


Travel and fibromyalgia–from everything I heard and knew before I moved to Italy, travelling was something that I probably wouldn’t be doing a lot of because of the potential negative impact it could have on my body.

Still, I decided to do it. 😉

In these videos, I talk about my decision to move to Italy, how I prepared and what I have experienced while living in Rome and dealing with my fibromyalgia symptoms.

Thank you for watching! If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me! 🙂

Until Tomorrow?


Part 1: Why I did it | How I did it.

Part 2: What I Learned | What I suggest.

2 thoughts on “Vlog| Travel & Fibromyalgia in Italy: What I Learned Moving to Rome.

    • Diedre Blake says:

      Hi, Patricia! Thank you for writing! I think living for a part of the year in Italy sounds great. I would suggest during the spring to early summer periods. January to March tends to be rather damp and cold. Late July through to the end of August is quite hot and miserable. September through October is quite nice, but in Rome you’ll have to deal with the onslaught of the starlings. If you let me know what periods you were thinking, then I could give you a more specific response. 🙂 Thanks for writing again!

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