Parisian and chic go hand in hand, so if you want to bring out your inner Parisian no matter where you live on the planet, I’ve picked out some of my favorite items and accessories to Frenchify yourself for the day… just in time for the holidays! Here are my top Francophile gift ideas.
The longer you live in France, the more you realize how certain things just make more sense. Here’s my list of things that make more sense in France.
Oui In France Francophile t-shirts are here! Everyone likes a cool t-shirt, so to that end, I’ve created three France-inspired women’s t-shirts now available for sale that I hope you’ll love as much as I do. I hope you’ll check out my t-shirt designs and support me in this new endeavor. I also need a favor please…
What do you want that you don’t have? Why are you holding back? I’m telling you to just go for it.
Here’s your Nov. 7 dose of a whole bunch of random.
As an outsider looking in, Tom is sharing some things he finds strange about the American presidential election process.
You’re just in time for the next installment all about our canal cruise trip in Alsace. Today I’m talking destinations and be sure to scroll to the end to watch a fun video I put together of the entire trip!
Are Buff Bake products worth your hard-earned cash? Read on for my Buff Bake review.
Moving to suburban France introduced me to things I’d never seen with my own eyes. Some strange, some just different and some completely and mind-blowingly awesome. Cheers to new experiences! Here are 11 things I’d never done until I moved to France.
Just popping in here to share 2 things with you that I shared with my newsletter subscribers but don’t think I ever posted on my blog. One is an interview with me and the other is a fun interactive post that rounds up a bunch of bloggers’ favorite places in France.
What are locks, how do they work, and what are some tips for operating one? Read on and be sure to scroll to the end for a video I made all about going through canal locks!
Over the years I’ve been guilty of killing my feet in the name of fashion. I’ve also gone the other…
Seeing a new-to-us region of France from a different vantage point sounded exciting, so Tom, Dagny and my in-laws set off for our Nicols canal boating experience in Alsace.
As we get older and see more and do more, we can’t help but allow these experiences to change us. I like to think it’s all for the best. Here are some life lessons from living abroad that I’ve put together.
In the coming weeks, I plan on giving you all the details of our canal boating experience along with a few videos, but today’s post is a little intro to canal cruising in France.
Yup, I was hacked. DOH! Luckily they didn’t wreak too much havoc and I got it taken care of right away. Let me explain what happened when my site got hacked.
Oui In France is over 4 years old now, and when I started blogging, I didn’t have much of a…
We took our very first hot air balloon ride above the town of Chinon and I’d recommend it to anyone. Be sure to scroll to the end of the post for a fun video I made of our ride. Let me tell you all about our hot air balloon experience in the Loire Valley!
Check out my interview with a flight attendant — my cousin David. He’s talking about pay, his scariest moments on the job and what people get wrong about being a flight attendant.
Have you heard of TOMS shoes? Are they worth the money? I think so. I bought my first pair last week and here’s my TOMS shoes review in case you’re in need of a new casual shoe.