A Practical Guide to Conscious Thrifting
EN | FR As thrifting becomes this odd sort of fashion trend, I look back with amusement on the day in 9th grade when I went to Goodwill to find a pair of shorts to sew an American flag on them (thanks, Tumblr DIY)… only then to be made fun of at school for making my…
Strangers, Pt. II: Argentinians and Australians… in Edinburgh?
Writing this made me really nostalgic for the pre-COVID world.
Oh, The Strangers You’ll Meet!
Starting a mini-series this month. You might not be able to travel (thanks COVID), but you can live vicariously through others!
How French peasant dishes became delicacies
Hint: It wasn’t the guillotine. Or maybe it was.
How to Travel Paris Like a Local
No, I don’t recommend going to the Café de Flore…
Places to go in France that aren’t Paris
France isn’t just Paris, you know.
I’m not a good friend… But then again, are any of us?
I’m still learning…
Music Moment: Harry Styles (Pt. II)
In June 2017, I reviewed Harry Styles’ self-titled debut album. And while anyone who knows me knows that I am slightly obsessed with him, I tried to write as unbiased as possible (but hey, this is my personal blog. Let me live a little). And yesterday, Friday the 13th, Styles released his sophomore album. Fine…
The Side of Paris Fashion Week No One Talks About
Spoiler alert: Paris Fashion Week is luxurious. But not for the reasons you’d expect.
5 Things I Learned About Waiting That Are Probably Common Knowledge But I Feel Smart For Realizing Them
“All human wisdom is contained in these words: Wait and Hope!” Alexandre Dumas, Le Comte de Monte Cristo I’m an indecisive person. Which, in theory, makes waiting seem not all that bad. No decisions to make, right? The worst part comes when I finally decide something. That’s it. Game over. When I set my heart…