Currently looking for job opportunities in London, UK or Paris in Social Media or Digital Marketing | #French, New Yorker at heart | I love cheese, margaritas & rooftop views.
‘On prend l’apéro?’ is so common it has almost become a clichéd phrase in France. Yet, there is more to it than meets the eye…
For any person of any nationality, the products we use and things we talk about to us seem universal. But when you’re French, the commonplace suddenly has extra intrigue…
Love is universal. There is no such thing as French love or American love. That said, we have all agreed by now that French and Americans are different.
Whether it is outdoor movies, music festivals, or street fairs, the city that never sleeps has a lot to offer during the warm season, including its traditional French touch.
Debra Ollivier was born in California. She married a Frenchman and lived in France for over ten years, giving her a unique insight on the French and their way of life.
I have been living in the US for almost 5 years now, but I still refer to temperatures in Celsius, weight in kilograms, and distances in meters.
If you have the chance to live in either Paris or New York, your friends might tell you how lucky you are. If you have lived in both, they will ask you which one is your favourite…
As an expat living in America, low health care costs and affordable health coverage are some of the things I miss most about France.
‘Le Petit Prince’ (‘The Little Prince’) is probably one of the most read books by children in France.
For as long as I can remember, I have always wondered why there wasn’t a French food market in New York City.
The school experience is part of everyone’s childhood. It contributes to shaping our personality, building our group of friends, and choosing our goals in life.
Food in France is considered as an art de vivre, where it is anchored in the country’s culture and traditions.
You know where to buy French food, watch a movie en français, and dress like a Parisian. But in a city as big as New York, you can still find yourself missing French people.
French & Americans: from different planets?
Anyone who has spent at least one Christmas holiday with a French family will know that Christmas is all about family gathering and food.