I’ve received a lot of messages this past week asking if I’m all right. It would seem that the news out of France lately has
MY LIFE IN PARIS
Life in France is always an adventure. Whether it’s navigating the endless bureaucracy, learning the cultural norms (and taboos!), or integrating with the locals, life as an immigrant living in Paris is certainly never dull. And neither are the stories of my life in France.
It’s hard to believe the difference a year makes. When I sat down to write my annual year in review this time last year, everything
French bureaucracy is legendary for how difficult it is to navigate. I’ve written before about the difficulties I’ve experienced simply trying to make an appointment.
Yesterday morning I was walking between meetings when I had a uniquely Parisian moment. It was raining, as it often is in October, the car
My collection of museum cards started with my discovery of the Passion Monuments card. An annual subscription that allows you unlimited visits to the National
I arrived in Paris eight years ago today. And only one hour into my grand adventure, I was already being delightfully surprised by France. I
To be honest, I’m surprised that it took me this long to write about Disneyland Paris. Anyone who knows me knows that I love Disney.
There are a lot of things that I love. Museums. Going to the Movies. Paying to run a specific distance in order to get a
I’ve lived in Paris for over seven years, during which time I’ve been asked a lot of questions about what it’s like to live in