18 Jun 19
Protesta Diaria

Truly successful creatives know how to tap into their intuition when making decisions about the direction of their work. In a way, the path a creative career takes can be art itself. Laura Chautin has nurtured her burgeoning success by listening to her intuition when deciding what work will make her happy. She is undaunted […]

17 Jun 19
Qui Vivra Verra

Trains 5:00 AM in southern France is well into dawn. I roll over to my alarm and to streams of early sunlight covering my bed. There’s no time for a snooze, I have a train to catch in just an hour for Paris. Europe is notorious for having an impressive and popular train system. Since […]

16 Jun 19
Rock a Little Travel

25 Travel Tips for Paris It’s easy to become enchanted with Paris, from the culture to the food, it’s such a fun city to experience. If you’re short on time, or you’ve just never been before, it can be a bit overwhelming. Paris is a big city with tons of landmarks to see, and experiences […]

16 Jun 19
Chloe Cufflin Portfolio

Published on May 21, 2019 | in Indulge Magazine in Play, Travel See original location of published article here. Bridging on prime Paris season, between July and September the Seine River will be home to golden sand beaches, colourful umbrellas, and striped deck chairs. Paris Plages has two main locations: Voie Georges Pompidou (Parc Rives de Seine) […]

16 Jun 19
The Pretty Pink Passport

Aside from the typical tourist destinations such as Times Square and Ellis Island, The Big Apple has a lot more to offer when it comes to food. Whatever cuisine you’re craving, they have it. A lot of food blog worthy dishes have found their home in New York City and have been making their rounds […]

15 Jun 19
midwest filmette

The past two weeks have been an absolute whirlwind of memories! We are only halfway through June, so we have two more weeks to go. Today is one of our few days off on the trip, so I am taking this opportunity to explain the spell that has been cast onto me since I have […]

15 Jun 19
Geen gratis lunch

Intussen ben ik twee weken terug na 4 maanden ‘La vie Parisienne’ te hebben geleefd. Ik heb er geen geheim van gemaakt dat het een heerlijke tijd was. Ik ging er natuurlijk heen voor werk, en dat was heel interessant en relevant. Maar het leukste waren toch wel de weekenddagen, waar ik zonder plan de […]

15 Jun 19
Sarah's European Voyage

On my first official day in Luxembourg City, I went to a highly reviewed local coffee shop and café called Ready?! that not only had great grapefruit lemonade and marble cake but access to free wifi, so I could enjoy the scenic view of the city while working on my blog posts. After spending a […]

15 Jun 19

Brace yourselves, this will be a long one. After landing in Paris last Thursday, Delia and I caught a train to Le Havre, France, which is in the area of Normandy. The first part of the journey was uneventful, but the second part was not…After getting off the train at a station called Massey, we […]