20 Years Later What Am I More American Or French?

Interesting question wouldn’t you think?  Or maybe not, you’ll let me know.

One thing with me is that my brain keeps working 24/7 thinking about “what to write” because I do write a lot. And once in a Read more

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36 Fun Facts About France

Here we are guys, I’ve reach my 100th post on my travel blog today!

I had already celebrated my 100th post, 0n my writing blog, and a couple of weeks later on my personal development blog, and Read more

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14th Of July The French Independence Day (Bastille Day)

“Prise de la Bastille” Storming of the Bastille

Today the most logical post I could think of was to tell you about the upcoming National French Holiday, the 14th of July.

So, what is the 14th of July in Read more

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My 10 Top French Movies

With my last post I started a summer series of fun posts where I’m going to talk about French things that I love.

The last post was about French songs that marked my childhood, but today I wanted to Read more

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What Are The Differences Between French And American Education Systems

I know this is more a time to think about vacation than school, but hey, August and September will be upon us before we know it, so how about learning how the education system works in France.

If you Read more

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5 Things America Calls French That Are Not And 5 Things That Are French But You Didn’t Know Were

I have to say that I find it very interesting how in America we put the word “French” in front of certain things that are no more French than whatever else they may not be.  On the other Read more

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France Or The US Which One Has The Highest Cost Of Living?

France or the US which one has the highest cost of living?

If you’d asked me that question I would have to say, it depends, because both countries don’t put the high price on the same things.  Usually, Read more

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Do French Have A Good Sense Of Humor?

Sometimes I Google a crazy questions that come through my mind to find ideas for posts on this blog.

Since I am in the US and tend to Google my questions in English, I usually get results “created” by Read more

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French Sayings English Sayings All And The Same

French sayings called (dit-on) in French are as often used as they are in English, and for this post I decided to dig a few of such French sayings that have their equivalent in English.

Some of Read more

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How To Make Sure That French People Won’t Be Rude To You

If you’ve been reading this blog for a while, you might remember that at the end of 2012 I had asked you (the readers) what you would want me to write about on this blog. One of Read more

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La Fête Des Rois (Kings Day) January 6th Holiday Tradition In France

La Fête des Rois is a traditional celebration in France on January 6.  Since this is not an off work day it’s celebrated the first Sunday of January, unless the first Sunday fall on  New Year’s Read more

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The 13 Desserts of Christmas An Old Christmas Tradition in France

There use to be a time when people celebrated Christmas in more simple and meaningful  ways, in France, and the night before Christmas, Christmas Eve, called “réveillon” in French, was a night of remembrance and celebration.

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French – American Culture Shock

Have you ever been in a situation where you had a culture shock?  Well, needless to say, I have.  I had huge culture shock at least twice in my life.  The first time when I Read more

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False and True Rumors About French People

Since I have now lived almost half of my life in France and the other half in the United States (France still wins by a few years), I thought I would be a good judge of what rumors about Read more

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Interview With Oliver Tausend Home Based Entrepreneur From Germany

Today I am honored to present you with an interview with Oliver Tausend.  This is the second interview I conducted on this blog.

I met Oliver through blog commenting, and since then I had the pleasure of Read more

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