This Week’s Featured Influencer is Travel Blogger Giulia @omgsomuchcaffeine!
Meet Giulia, a 21-year-old blogger from Italy, who is fulfilling her dream to explore the world. So far, she has lived in three countries and is currently settled in Santa Barbara. Giulia is also the creator behind the Instagram page @omgsomuchcaffeine, a page with over 36k followers. Her beautiful feed showcases all of her café shop discoveries and travel journeys. See more below!
Where are you from?
I was born in Romania, moved to Italy when I was 8 and lived there for 11 years. 2 years ago, I moved to the United States.
How did you grow up?
Since I have been under the influence of two totally different cultures I feel that I grew up in the best way possible. The opportunity to know and appreciate other people’s culture and language, with the desire to explore more and get to know the world we live in.
What were you like as a kid?
I have always been a very good kid; I never got in any big trouble and at the same time I feel I have lived in the best way possible for me.
How did you get started?
I started during the third year of high school, that’s when I discovered coffee and that’s when @omgsomuchcaffeine was born. I would always associate my coffee break to a happy moment, either with a friend or on my own. It was a big and important part of my day and I wanted to share that with other people.
What are your dreams?
My dream is to travel the world: to meet as many people as I can, to immerse myself in as many cultures as I can, and to try as much food as I can.
What will you be doing in 10 years?
I hope I will be on a plane, serving people beverages while flying from one airport to the other one; I see myself as a flight attendant, traveling the world, and helping people at the same time
What are some of your favourite places in the world?
Rome, Italy. That’s, absolutely, my favourite place in the world. I can only appreciate its beauty now that I’m gone but I am looking forward to go back to my R(h)ome. I loved London, and New York City stole half of my heart; all very chaotic and busy cities, I could never live in a small town. I was made for a big metropolis.