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Somewhere between the , Lithuanians in the UK and the 3 million at home, bloggers are making their own female-shaped dent in the internet universe. Lithuanians in the UK often read the Lithuanian press Lithuanian Americans have their own , and post comments in news portals. They are the most 'connected' part of a diaspora which comprises students, young people who move to make quick money or who have fallen in love with life in the UK.
Low budget flights the cheapest one-way can start at 34 euros from London to Vilnius and EU rights add to the simplicity of the fact that Lithuania is just a few hours away. Most Lithuanians in the UK, unlike perhaps in the US, do not exclude coming back home once their mission — educational or financial - is accomplished. Believe me, it's not easy at all. That's how the idea of the female magazine was born.
The internet boom in Lithuania is reported to have begun around , one year after Lithuania joined the European Union. Of course we have quite a few blogs about travel, cooking, style and kids. Lithuania is a very reserved nation so it is hard for us to put our life and love on display. That's why we do not have many dating blogs in Lithuania! Stories of flirting and dating patterns abroad are very popular and usually make it into national women's magazines.
Expats thus stay connected by broadcasting their lifestyle to Lithuanians at home. I never try to predict the readers' wishes. I write about what interests me and the way I want it. Another main reason for starting the blog was the need to use Lithuanian more often, because I don't in my usual environment. Sometimes it feels I need to search for a word already! When it comes to cooking, Lithuanians are amazed at how many spices and other things they can find, and how easily they can cook anything they want when in the UK.
If Lithuanians have come to dabble in strong loose black tea and various sauces, it has to be down to those who have spent time in the UK who have helped this trend to reach its tipping point - via blogging or otherwise. From top left to bottom right:. Atvirasgalas 'Open End' , a collective blog of several ladies about women's issues, discrimination, politics, etc. Jogosmityba , 'yoga cooking' in Lithuanian. T astyart - 'very cute, high quality cooking blog' Dovile Ileviciute. Then tell your friends: