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My Interview with Discover Walks

My Interview with Discover Walks

I was recently interviewed by Discover Walks about my Paris experience, my favorite Paris addresses and tips for visitors. The interview is now up on line. You can read it here! My Montmartre photo post editing with the Waterlogue app Discovers Walks offers walking...

The Liebster Award & My Nominees

The Liebster Award & My Nominees

A huge thanks goes out this week to Sylvia of Simply Sylvia (www. simplysylvia.com) for nominating me for the Liebster Award! According to the Official Rules: The Liebster Award 2016 is an award that exists only on the Internet, and is given to bloggers by other...

Thank You

Thank You

Thank you so much to everyone who checked in last Friday and these past ten days to be sure my friends and I were OK. I was in New York last Friday so well out of harm's way, and thankfully all my friends and the family renting my apartment this past week are all...

AngloINFO Expat of the Week

AngloINFO Expat of the Week

Last week I was featured in AngloINFO's "Meet the AngloINFO Expat of the Week," and decided to share my interview here as well! I truly enjoyed the interview process: reflecting on my time in France and on questions such as how I went about making friends in my new...

Interview: Sandra Brown of Excuses v. Life

Interview: Sandra Brown of Excuses v. Life

Sandra Brown has quadriplegia, but that's not going to stop her from moving to Paris this summer. It's just a twist in the plot like any other obstacle she may encounter in moving to a new country and dealing with a new culture: it gives her more to write about!...

A La Poste

A La Poste

Last Saturday I went to my local post office in the Marais. I had a peculiar predicament and I was hoping they could solve my problem. Since I left my law firm job, I no longer have access to free envelopes and (sometimes free) mail service. Having neither envelopes...

A Shout-out to My Hometown

A Shout-out to My Hometown

This time it hit particularly close to home. I was born at what is now Brigham and Woman's, one of the hospitals where many of Monday's bombing victims were taken. I grew up in Concord, MA, home of the shot heard 'round the world. I remember being surprised when I...

Interview: Daisy de Plume of THATLou (Part 2)

Interview: Daisy de Plume of THATLou (Part 2)

Last week, I posted Part 1 of my interview with Daisy de Plume, the creator of amazing Treasure Hunts at the Louvre - and now beyond! She has recently launched THATd'Or (Treasure Hunt at the Musée d’Orsay). In Part 1 of the interview, Daisy shared with us an update on...

Ten Seconds of Courage…

Ten Seconds of Courage…

This blog post, "Ten Seconds of Courage," could also be aptly named "Be Nice to People You Meet in Airports - Part 2". After reading my post from last month, Greg, my co-protagonist, insisted on writing his version of the story and informed me that I would be required...

Be Nice to People You Meet in Airports

Be Nice to People You Meet in Airports

Sixteen years ago, in the summer of 1997, I was headed over to Europe for a summer internship with the Academy of European Law in Fiesole, Italy, in the hills overlooking Florence. I had a grant to cover the bulk of my expenses, but the internship was unpaid and I was...

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