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Am I alone in this?
I would love a blog that showed the everyday life of normal people in different countries and cultures. Like one "dairy" blog post from each.
A teacher from Japan, a farmer from Peru, a student from Canada, a cheese specialist from Australia.
" 8 o'clock I leave for work. I drive there in my car, but the traffic is always making me late." everyday stuff like that.
Like small windows to other people's life and how they live.
Am I alone on this?

Β· Tusky Β· 16 Β· 31

@nuhn You could create it and try to curate the space! It would need to be set up with that exact niche on the label, but it could be really cool as something that's explicitly intended as a cultural exchange.

@nuhn It’s why I like people occasionally posting pictures of daily life. What their hometown looks like, where they run, play, eat, drink.

@nuhn have you heart Radio Diaries? It does this but as a podcast. Maybe a bit too poignant though?

radiodiaries.org/

@nuhn

The dollar street project by the late Hans Rosling is sort of that.

See gapminder.org/dollar-street/ma

@nuhn i like this kinda stuff too... i remember some years ago, there was a blog where people would post their groceries for the week/month/whatever for themselves and/or their whole families from all over the world and it was fascinating.