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5 Love Languages of the French The French are champions of love and are not ashamed to express it either. They do so with words, with customs and traditions that can help us all learn to love a little better. If you’re a fellow francophile and want to know
What No One Tells You About There are a few collective experiences that expats go through but don’t necessarily talk or write about. One of the themes I want to highlight is the dynamic of visiting family in your motherland (for me that’s the US) as an expat
2020 was a disaster to most when it comes to traveling, but there are some solid ways you'll always have Paris, no matter what year you visit! Unless you were in a coma all of last year, you’re more than aware of how much the world shook.
Un-Brie-lievable Pie This French recipe is a sweet and savory twist on a classic French chicken pot pie. Named the Un-Brie-Lievable pie and truly Brie-licious is the invention of my friend Hannah and I when she was visiting Paris one chilly October a few years ago. I had just
7 Things 'Emily in Paris' Got Wrong 'Emily in Paris', the latest Darren Star creation on Netflix is all the craze right now - and I bet that by now you've checked it out! So, are you wondering how true (or untrue) to real life the show is
7 Things 'Emily in Paris' Got Right 'Emily in Paris', the latest Darren Star creation on Netflix is all the craze right now. Americans are talking about the show. The French are scrutinizing it, and of course, the internet community is blowing up debating it! It's no surprise that