Waffles, fries, beer, and a good group of friends – the makings of a good weekend. Lire la suite
So if you haven’t noticed, I kind of gave up on the whole ‘blogging my adventures’ thing for a few months. Well most of it was due to the craziness going on, work, dissertation, trip planning… which is still going on. I decided I had better things to do rather than write. Truth be told, I missed it. I may not have lots of people who read this thing, but writing on it still makes me feel good. So i’m going to get back at it!
Amsterdam, Bruges, Heidelberg, Lyon, Oregon…
See you soon 😉
Coconut oil. The name doesn’t sound all too glorious, but here are some reasons I’ve found to go nuts for coconuts! Lire la suite
Two weeks ago I posted about some of my favorite brunch spots in Dijon, I also mentioned that sometimes the best brunches can be enjoyed from the comfort of your own home. Here are a few recipes that always end up finding their way into my Sunday mid-morning meal. Lire la suite
C’est pas souvent que j’écris en Français sur mon blog, je devrais en écrire plus pour garder le nom ‘Franglish’!
Aujourd’hui mon j’écris en Français car une de mes copines m’a mise au défi pour participer au Liebster Award. Lire la suite
Just because life is crazy, and busy, that doesn’t mean I don’t find time to sit down and have a good brunch. Lire la suite
So its been 3 weeks now since I’ve left Tallinn and have returned to Dijon. I’m not going to lie, the adjustment period has been tough, but I’ve finally started to get back into my ‘real-life’ rythme. Lire la suite
Erasmus. 4 months of your life that you get to spend in another country, away from normal life and away from everything familiar. I guess you could call it a parentheses when looking at the span of things. Well these past few months have been the best parenthese of my life. Lire la suite
Before coming to Estonia, the word ‘Sauna’ used to give me goosebumps. Sweating profusely in a hot wooden box with naked strangers didn’t exactly scream ‘relaxation’ Lire la suite
During my months in Estonia I had the opportunity to meet so many people from all over the world. This also means knowing locals when I travel! Luckily for us, we had met a Hungarian during our erasmus stay, and he was more than happy to show us around Budapest, our own local! Lire la suite