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Origami workshops in Paris!

This blog is about discovering some of Paris’ hidden gems. Today, I’m sharing a recent discovery – a shop and atelier entirely devoted to beautiful hand-made paper creations. I took part in one of their workshops, and here’s what I … Continue reading

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Tous au resto – BOGOF dinner

This week marks the starts of Tous au restaurant, an initiative from the French government to encourage its citizens to eat out more (not that they needed much encouragement.) From your family-friendly Hippopotamus diner to exclusive Michelin-starred bistros, Tous au … Continue reading

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Paris Lit Up Magazine N°4- Call for submissions!

Early submissions free from 01 March to 31 March 2016* Transgressive voices crossing national borders and breaking traditional lines, mestizo origins and citizens of the world narrating unique experiences: Paris Lit Up n°4 is looking for transcultural expressions that … Continue reading

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It’s all ME ME ME

Just a quick post this evening to advertise myself and ask you to check out my articles on two great online magazines: The Paris Voice and Vingt Paris Magazine. For the latter, I was involved in the online coverage of … Continue reading

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Se Faire Masser à Paris

My previous post had me thinking about winding down and relaxing as the holidays approach. A trip away for the weekend is highly recommended….but what if you can’t leave the périphérique? What if you have children, or dogs, or an on-call … Continue reading

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Weekends Away- La Loire

  Whilst Paris has so much to offer during the weekend, sometimes the routine can feel a bit tedious, especially when the sun is shining and the closest you can get to Mother Nature is the wilting pot plant on … Continue reading

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Poe-try in Paris*

I first came over to Paris as a student during my third year at university on my year abroad. I consider that as my first time because previous school trips aged 11 and 13 had failed to leave any sort … Continue reading

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