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Born and raised in Detroit, descendant of German bakers, I did what every good Detroiter does and went to work in the auto industry. After a number of years traveling around the globe for one of the Big Three I fell in love with a French executive and moved to Paris with him. I got married, learned French, had twin boys (surprise!) and basked in the opportunity to eat, drink, shop and learn about what makes France and the French so deliciously appealing to the world. It has been nine years since I moved to Paris (with one quick 18 month assignment in Brussels) and I fall more in love with my life here everyday. In Paris and throughout France I am continuing my passion for exploring new and delicious things. I look forward to sharing and bringing you along on the journey.
I unexpectedly fell in love with a French man and now I live in France. I write about the oddities of life here and anything else that makes me laugh.
Fashion Travel Accessories is a Lifestyle Fashion Travel blog / website that offers products, guides and tips related to Fashion, Clothing, Shoes, Beauty, Decor, Lifestyle, What To Wear, Packing, Paris, Europe and Travel and encourages people to live an adventurous life everyday and in every way.
Mama Loves Paris is a blog that helps english speaking families living in or visiting Paris get the most out of their time in Paris. It is packed with reviews, previews, news, storytelling and insights into living in Paris. It is written by a mum from the UK who struggled to find information in English that would help her navigate the city - so she set her own site up to offer the service! Mama Loves Paris, is a fun website that offers escapism for you and the kids.
Yup, another Americaine living la vie en rose in Paris, maybe. The adventures (mishaps) of a new expat - deciding to move to France, how to make it happen, and discovering life in Paris. A little travel, a little food, and (hopefully) a lot of humor. Allons-y!
I write about travel and expat life in France. I write about my 3+ years of teaching English in Paris and Lyon, battling French bureaucracy, and traveling around France and Europe.
After completing a Bachelor Degree of Communications at AUT in Auckland and finishing head of class in photojournalism I decided to take my camera on the road with me, and document my travels through Europe and Africa. A lot of people had told me they were jealous of what I am doing, which is a fair call as I am pretty damn lucky. But this is to let you know that life is not all free trips to Greece and partying in Paris (although sometimes it is). Here lies the laughable failures, the incredible tales and the tips I have learned from experiencing the beautiful and sometimes harsh reality of the world. These are the stories from behind the lens.
A blog about my expat journey. First stop: Paris. I am driven by the desire to share my new-found knowledge and inspire others to travel the world with an open spirit. This site is my creative outlet to discover my passion and live life to the fullest while capturing our greatest memories through enticing photography and stories.
A Caribbean girl currently residing in lovely Paris, France. I'm sharing my thoughts and experiences including my travels, life dilemmas and more.
Hi! I'm Patricia. I'm an American expat who likes to write and film about my embarrassing cultural mishaps, finding my way around a French beauty counter, and day-to-day life as a Madame.
A blog documenting the life of an English girl currently living in the beautiful city of Paris - all things travel, culture and life related!
Lo-fi living Franglais fashion! 2 women and their families who have escaped UK cities and the rat race to discover rural Normandy seeking another way of life. Here we share our trials and tribulations as our lives as smallholders unravel and we pursue our dreams. Will we successfully produce home grown herbal infusions? Will the tree house ever be built? Can you grow loofahs and saffron in Normandy? And most importantly will the goats ever get the better of the donkey???