La Belle Vie

The one thing that I never expected from Paris is the chance of meeting so many amazing souls who have flown in from all ends of the world, each with their inspiring stories, dreams and endeavours. As much as I love having my time alone strolling through the streets of this beautiful city, I also get thrills from being around the happy vibes brought by the people I meet. 

I'd like to apologize again for the umpteenth time for being slack with posting in this space but for the past two weeks, I have been meeting up with different people every day comprising of friends I need to catch up with and new friends whom I found through the blogging network. It helped that the weather in Paris had been ridiculously fantastic for the most part of the past weeks. It makes "socialising" that much more fun and enjoyable even for an introvert that is me.

Taking strolls in Paris also got better as you could wear less layers and everything feels lighter.

On a really sunny day, I caught up with M from 33 Avenue who was in town for the weekend. As always we had a lovely time catching up and as usual, she'd find me lusting over her beautiful accessories.

It's been a while since I caught up with Faye from Farfelue who I just discovered to be a health junkie. I was induced by the thought of another pastry date but alas, she dragged me to a juice bar. To be fair, the detox juice I had tasted not so great but it placed me in a good mood because I thought one tiny cup of detox juice would do magic for me. Ha!

Birthday picnic by the Seine

When there's a birthday and Paris is acting like it's a summer girl, one must celebrate accordingly. The 'gang' aka Milsters, Carin, EdnaDiane and I, had the loveliest picnic along the Seine to mark C of Sugared n Spice special day. Aside from delighting ourselves with delicious home-baked goodies (courtesy of Diane and C), the evening was laced with the glorious sunset and girl talk on dreams and endeavours. It was one of those fantastic delightful nights that I just wished would never end.

Exploring Pigalle and Montmartre

I've also recently explored more of this part of town on different occasions starting with Kooka Boora Café where I had the pleasure of meeting Jacalyn of Après New York for the first time. Both of us had been talking back and forth over travel tips from Rome to Iceland and I figured it was about time we meet. Jacalyn is such a fabulous woman who exudes fun and vibrant energy. I had such a lovely time with her and we spent a good two hours chatting over everything.

Just for your information, the coffee here is awesome!

Sugar Daze Cupcakes

Having heard sooo much good things about the cupcakes at Sugar Daze, I was so glad to have finally tasted this raspberry number with some super fun company that are Lauren of Folies du Bonheur, Meg of De Quelle Planète Es-Tu? and Olivia of Oh La La Livia. The fabulous trio lead fantastic lives in Paris which are reflected in their blogs in which Sugar Daze is regularly featured as their hang out place. I'm looking forward to spend more time with this trio and get to know more about them!

Passage Verdeau

And whilst exploring bits of Montmartre, I discovered another pretty indoor passage and this particular one is called Passage Verdeau. 

An evening in the Marais

So the reason I was venturing in Montmartre for the third time this week was caused by this fantastic house-warming party thrown by Milsters. The theme was Quentin Tarantino and I chose to dress up as Gogo Yubari, the schoolgirl assassin from the movie Kill Bill. Apparently my red bow tie and ballchain (courtesy of the costume shops in Montmartre) plus a pair of white canvas shoes made do.

Above is collage I took from Diane's post of the party and here is a link to see the rest of the fantastic photographs.

Lemon meringue tart from Eric Kayser

A good guest must bring edible gifts and this one got demolished within minutes smiley so I was really happy that everyone loved it. Speaking of, I'm a huge lemon meringue tart lover. My two best choices of Paris' lemon meringue tart would be from Eric Kayser and Un Dimanche à Paris. 

Dinner des 3 Découvertes at Atelier Vivanda

I took part in Dinner des 3 Découvertes hosted by Milsters which is essentially an event which allows the participants to meet new people. Click here for a more thorough description of the event which I highly encourage you to take part should you be in Paris. They say the company made for wonderful nights and so I must thank Milsters, Shauravi, Amel and Melanie from Feed Your Awesome Machine for the lovely evening. I also wanted to note that the restaurant itself served great food but service could be better. I know dining experience in Paris is rumoured to be infamously bad which is not always true but in this restaurant, it's spot on. No one in France should be denied the right to a second glass of wine. No one.

Place des Vosges

Brunch at Les Bonnes Soeurs

I have been wanting to meet up with Christine from 8 Rue Caffarelli for the longest time but both our schedules have been so messed up and was really glad we finally found a date that worked. I follow Christine's blog because I love her photographs and travel recounts and of course, the way she writes. I adore the fact that she is even more lovelier in real life. Some people just gives off amazing positive vibe and I can't help but say that for the rest of the day after meeting her, I feel really happy. It must've been her infectious laugh :)

Foie Gras at Fontaine de Mars

Special cause for a celebration for Jackie from RBJello who will soon embark on a fabulous project. We went for dinner at Fontaine de Mars and ordered her top two favourite dishes including the seared foiegras above and finished the evening off with a trip to Martine Lambert for the ice cream macarons.

Martine Lambert

I'm sure you get by now that I LOVE icecream so it shouldn't be too suprising if I said to you that I got one of each flavour of these ice cream macarons. If you ever go, my favourites are passionfruit, chocolate, vanilla and coffee. One of these days I might also give the icecream cake (pictured above right), it looks way too pretty to be left untried.

Rue Cler

Of course we had a little stroll along Rue Cler in vain hope to walk off that sinful dinner.

And enjoyed the macarons from Jackie's apartment's balcony overlooking Les Invalides. Sigh..

Spring beauty

After so much indulgence, it's so obvious that I needed to take super long walks and seeing the greeneries and the flower blooms just make the walks so much easier.

Children playing in the sand box underneath the cherry blossoms tree beside Notre Dame Cathedral.

Just too pretty for words.

Instagram collage for the last few days

You know I will always try my best to post here but during those times when it takes me longer to whip something up, you are most welcome to have a peek of my daily doings through my Facebook or Instagram feed.

Le Mur des "Je t'aime"

Let me finish this "la belle vie" post with my favourite photograph of April. Whilst at Montmartre walking my cupcakes off, I searched for Le Mur des "Je t'aime" which translates to wall of "I Love You". It just so happened that this sweet couple was sitting right by the wall and they make the most romantic sight. Love makes the world so beautiful when you share it all around. I'm always all too happy to share this life that I have with you so thank you for reading and making it this far. See you soon xxx

Paris in Transition

After what seemed like the longest winter ever, I am finally convinced that spring is here. Okay admittedly I still say this with a little uncertainty. But when there are more great sunny days with temperature rising well-above ten degrees Celcius than the grey, we can be sure to put all our coats away.

Picnic at Jardin du Luxembourg

Last Sunday, it felt like Paris skipped spring altogether and went straight for summer. Not that anyone's complaining since it was a really beautiful day. I wore a dress and couldn't believe it because just days before I was still wearing my winter coat.

Of course the garden was really packed because everybody in Paris had the same idea of a day in the park but nevertheless it was just as amazing to sit on the grass for hours with great people.

The lovely afternoon stretched into pre-dinner drinks then to dinner at my favourite restaurant, Café Constant. 

These profiteroles which are just to die for, polished the evening off. So much sun and content, I slept like a very settled baby that night.

And then of course the day after, things went grey again but you get the hang of it by now.. and you make the best of everything.

and so I treated myself with bright flowers

Fresh from the market

and of course, a coffee break at Télescope Café always does the trick too

Best cheesecake of my life

I kid you not, cheesecake at Télescope Café is the best I've tasted and I cannot recommend it enough. Go for their amazing coffees but I would also go for the cheesecake. 

Éclairs Smackdown

Speaking of sweet stuff, few weeks ago Carin had been assigned by HiP Paris to host an "Éclairs Smackdown" to judge who makes the best éclairs. Guess who was lucky enough to be one of the guests she invited? Me me me! The red ruby number (above left) is my favourite raspberry éclair which I deemed to be the best of all, but you may beg to differ and here is the full descriptive post written by the host herself. 

Lemon meringue tart at Le Loir dans la Théière

Of course on top of the éclairs, Carin was also assigned to visit this cosy café in the name of another "research project" and do a taste test on the lemon meringue tartIf you ask me, "Grace, how do you manage to keep your figure having participated in all these "research projects"? The answer is: I don't. I've lost my waistline officially but I'm so thankful for it. 

Afternoon strolls

Place des Vosges

Even though spring is (sort of) here, Paris will always be Paris. That means, you never really know if it's going to be sunny or grey.

Passage des Panoramas

But that's the beauty about Paris. When it's grey outside, there is always another indoor passage to be explored. 

and places to lunch at – Verjus Wine Bar

The first time I went to Verjus Wine Bar, I wasn't that happy with my dinner choices but I've since returned twice more thanks to Diane. She introduced me to the lunch-time sandwiches here and I can only sing praises about it. 

Cuban sandwich at Verjus Wine Bar

First sighting of "Rollerblading Sundays" on Boulevard Saint-Germain

I love strolling along Boulevard Saint-Germain which usually is a very quiet street on Sundays so imagine my surprise when within minutes came hoarders of rollerbladers..

Turns out Paris organise events like "Rollerblading Sundays" on Sunday afternoons.

Jardin des Tuileries

Last Wednesday had been forecasted to be the best day of the week and it definitely was. I spent a very lazy day sitting on the grass just letting time pass.

Picnic by the Seine

Since sometime ago, I had dinner plans with Carin and Milsters that evening but the weather was just too fantastic so we decided to forgo proper sit-down dinner and went for a picnic by the Seine instead. The very talented Carin prepared the best grilled chicken pasta salad in cute little boxes, Milsters brought the wine and desserts and lucky me only had the task to bring in old towels for us to sit on, a baguette and cutleries. 

We sat by the Seine on my old towels, ate, drank and watched the sun set at 9pm. Milsters wrote a really beautiful post describing the picnic. As for me, it was such a simple and low-key evening yet it was also definitely one of the best evenings I have so far and not just in Paris, but in life.

And what do you know.. today was just as beautiful though slightly colder. Fluffy pink and white cherry blossoms are popping up everywhere like popcorns, this city is definitely transitioning into warmer seasons.

Paris, you are so amusing and I am overjoyed because you have spoiled me. Merci xxx

Welcome Back

Happy Easter to you. I really hope you have had a good break and forgive me for the little hiatus from the blogging world. After having returned for over a week now, my schedule left very little time to update but I can happily report that I am well re-acquainted with Paris and thanks to the loveliest girlfriends ever, my time here just gets better and better.

View of Sacre Coeur from Printemps Haussmann

You can't imagine how much I have missed my strolls having been away for a few weeks. Strolling in other cities is just not the same as strolling in Paris which is just the greatest thing to do and the best way to really explore this beautiful city. Alas the weather got me all confused. When I left for Italy in February, I could have sworn spring was around the corner but apparently it is clearly not. Last week, the sun came out for a little bit on some days then went away all too quick and it is still very chilly even today. But regardless of all weather, I just really took my time walking from day to night as if I'm telling the city "I've missed you..". Cue "aww"

Rear view of Notre Dame Cathedrale from Pont de la Tournelle

Pont de l'Archevêché

A sunny day in Île de la Cité

Au Vieux Paris

Place Dauphine and Pont Neuf as seen along the Seine

Seine in the evening

Palm Sunday mass at Notre Dame Cathedrale

View of Tour Eiffel from the top of Tour Montparnasse

So aside from strolls, the touristy side of me went up all the way up both the Montparnasse and the Eiffel Tower

I have always admired the Eiffel Tower but going up the tower really makes me realise even more the complexity of this structure. Just amazing!


Champ de Mars

Les Invalides

Clichéd French landmarks called for equally clichéd French food items, the likes of chocolat chaud, escargot, duck confit, frog legs. Checked, checked and checked. Foie gras at a wine bar called Frenchie? Checked.

Macarons? Aha! That was such a one-of-a-kind highlight.

I happily participated in the 2013 Annual Macaron Smackdown hosted by Milsters of Little Pieces of Light. We tested 150 macarons from the finest pastry houses Paris has got to offer and then decide who does it best. Best. Job. Ever. The outcome from this event really puts those macarons into perspectives in terms of who makes the best macarons depending on which flavour. For example (in my opinion!) Carette makes the best salted caramel mac, Pierre Hermé always wins on Mogador mac (passionfruit and chocolate), Hugo & Victor on their light & tangy raspberry mac, Sadaharu Aoki for the black sesame mac and so forth. To see the full description of the event, here’s the full post from the host herself. I’m also linking posts from the other bloggers who posted about the event:  Carin of Paris in Four Months, Vicky of The Golden Bun and Edna of Expat Edna so you can see what each of us thought about the macarons.

Easter Saturday at Château de Versailles

Marie Antoinette's bed chamber

I update my Instagram regularly and here's a collage of what I've been up to. You can also see snippets of Iceland in this collage and oh dear me, that was such an unforgettable experience. I can't wait to start up my travel posts again so I can share with you all the wonderful things I saw.

Being away from Paris made me homesick and that’s a good thing as it shows that I really enjoy my time living here and when I no longer do, I will definitely miss it very much. I know I say this everytime I return from my travels but really, there’s no place like Paris.

Paris gets better and better

The past few days have been amazing, I feel like my time in Paris keeps getting better and better and I'm not just talking about my social calendar, it's the weather. Spring must be on its way because we are getting so much sun and daylight lasts a little longer. The Seine River has also stopped flooding and the boats have started to operate as per usual. Daytime strolls feels and looks warmer and people just seems to be happier. 

Graduation ceremony

The major highlight of all my events within the past days was the glorious day of graduation ceremony from the prestigious Sorbonne. Also known as the day where I became “the idiot who woke up late”! I’m eternally grateful for my dear friends who texted and called to wake me up. You can gather from this story that it wasn’t the first time they had to do that and this only makes me appreciate them even more. Cue group hug :)

Sorbonne’s grand amphitheatre

It was such a privilege to be allowed into the beautiful Sorbonne’s grand amphitheatre for this occasion to receive our certificates.

Lunch at Breakfast in America

After the ceremony, we head out to a celebratory lunch. We figured there had been enough French grammar drilling between all of us at the Sorbonne, it’s time for a treat, the American Diner way. Good thing we arrived just before the line gets long like the picture above.

I had fluffy pancakes with maple syrup and bottomless black coffee. The simplest thing makes me so happy and this was a particularly feel-good day.

Dinner at Candelaria

Still in the name of celebration, I went with Jackie for Mexican tacos at Candelaria. Great service, guacamole, margarita slushie and cocktails. Thank you Jackie for the drinks!

With 33 Avenue at Le Pain Quotidien

I had the pleasure of meeting up with Malou from 33 Avenue for the first time. Her blog reveals the wonderful world of travel of a married woman with child who still managed to find time holding a respectable specialized career whilst juggling everything efficiently.

Malou resides in Zurich but visits Paris with her daughter, Sophie, every chance they get. We spent a good 2-hour in the café over hot chocolates and just talking about her travelling experience during her single college days and now. I was also admiring her beautiful accessories and how she’s ever so stylish even with a toddler in tow.

Galerie Vivienne

There are a few hidden passages in Paris and Galerie Vivienne is the first one I’ve ever visited. This mosaic-floored passage felt very old world and romantic and I really love wandering in and out of all the boutiques and the vintage stores. It felt special to walk underneath the canopy-styled roofs. I can’t wait to discover the rest of Paris' hidden passages.

Valentine’s Day

My first Valentine's Day in Paris was wonderful. Even though it was a foggy and rainy day, Carin made the perfect Valentine’s date. We celebrated by indulging in our favourite dish of Les Cocottes. I must thank Carin for introducing me to all Christian Constant’s establishments which have become staples in my Paris-must and she also posted a beautiful write up and the most exquisite photographs of her date with me which you can check out right here.

Nuts about Ice Cream

After our very delicious meals, having dessert felt obligatory especially since the two of us possess deep, unfaltering love for ice-cream so we decided to head to Berthillon in Île Saint-Louis. We had a great time debating which ice-cream brand wins our votes and this involved having two more dates at Pozzetto and Häagen-Dazs (not all on the same day of course!) In saying that, my waistline is now one size wider thanks to all the ice cream I have been eating this past week.

Home make-over

I also had a chance to do a tiny home make-over to create a better study space. It was just a matter of shifting furniture and reorganising but I’m very happy with how it looks now. It’s amazing how a tiny change can do so much.

Dinner at Verjus

Home makeover felt like such a workout so I felt like I deserve a treat and headed to Verjus Wine Bar with Carin to try their butter-milk fried chicken and shoe-string fries. We were both of the same opinion of our experience here, here's the link to Carin's post to discover more about the restaurant.

Evening walk

We also decided to walk home since the weather held and the city was lit beautifully as usual. Chose a longer route by going into the Louvre, along the Seine, behind Notre Dame… Parisian nights like these are the best.

I love walking behind Notre Dame

Saturday night with the girls

Both of Milsters's sister and best friend are in town visiting so she hosted an evening out and kindly invited Carin and I to join them for cocktails at that new hip bar Little Red Door. Note: that little red door doesn’t function and it took us few minutes to figure it out and enter through the side door haha.

Then we headed to La Briciola for some good, thin-crusted pizza. I’m heading to Italy very soon and apparently these are the kinds of deliciousness I should be expecting in Italy. I am so excited already!

Good morning Eiffel

Breakfast with Edna

I also had the chance to spend a wonderful morning with Edna for breakfast in her neighbourhood where Eiffel Tower is just a block away – whoosh! – and she also took me to possibly the biggest supermarket I have seen within Paris. We spent the morning walking and eating pain au chocolat at the boulangerie and just talked about everything there is about Paris, travel and her world-wide adventures. It was great fun!

Salvador Dali at Centre de Pompidou

Okay I have to admit that I didn’t really enjoy this particular exhibition mainly because I didn’t understand Salvadore Dali’s interpretation of ‘surrealism’ but at least it got me ticking off my art-once-a-week checklist.

I also got to see the sun set view from the top floor of Centre de Pompidou and to see the sun light washes over Paris slowly was just incredible. That was the one aspect I enjoyed most from this visit.

I won another argument (in French of course)

My dear friend and I arrived 30-minutes early to our film session at the cinema and as we bought our tickets, I asked one of the staff if I was allowed to bring hot coffee from outside vendors into the cinema and she said “of course!” This was a delight as you normally wouldn't be allowed to do so in Sydney cinemas. So off we went to Starbucks and brought back a large-sized coffee. As we were about to walk into the cinema, a man (from the ticketing counter) called us over and told me (in a rude unpleasant way!) that my drink was not allowed even after I explained to him that the lady beside him said it was okay. So I walked over to the lady and asked her “Excuse me Madame. I asked you before if it was okay to bring in hot coffee from outside into the cinema and you said it was fine, but this man is telling me otherwise.” The lady agreed with me and ensured us we should just get in.

Now before you start thinking of me as an angry woman trolling through the city, I feel like living in Paris has helped me to be braver whenever I face “that-ain’t-right!” situations and expressing my thoughts in French had been very helpful. I walked away from the counter with my coffee into the cinema and watched as the two exchanged mutters on what’s okay and what’s not.

By the way we watched Les Miserables film in which I cried many times during. 

Travel plan

Now as of a few hours ago I have just booked the last bit of reservation for my February-March travel plan. I will depart Paris in a couple of days to explore Italy, French Riviera, Spain and Iceland so you will see me posting a lot of travel photographs. 

Again I must apologize for doing such a big weekly recount but thanks to Instagram and Facebook, you can find more regular updates of my daily adventures and here’s a collage of pictures from the recent days.

Thank you so much for reading and have a wonderful day.

My very Parisian week

The past week that just gone by had been utterly enjoyable. I really feel like Paris had been spoiling me with so many activities but left me with not much time to blog about them separately so here are the low-downs of my last 7 days which was filled with a lot of good food, meetings with amazing people, art exhibition, celebrating Chinese New Year, lots of strollings and my first French argument where I felt very French (because I spoke French haha)

Les Cocottes

Les Cocottes is my go-to place whenever I have overseas visitors and every person I've taken there, loved it. The owner, Christian Constant, owns 2 other restaurants on the same street and each of these three is just 2 doors away from the other, divided by style and price range but they are all great. The one dish that I will always recommend from Les Cocottes is the langoustine ravioli (shown in the picture below).

So when Jackie told me she's never been to Les Cocottes, I took this chance to get to know her more and learn about her journey in Paris plus it's my turn to do the ordering on her behalf. We spent the evening with great food and shared a bottle of white wine. Jackie is a current MBA student focusing on luxury brand management at the prestigious Essec Business School. She gave me a lot of insight into her study program and what it consisted of (lots hard work!) and I learnt many interesting facts about luxury brands.

Eiffel Tower

Since the restaurant is situated so close to the Eiffel Tower, it only makes it easier to give ourselves a reason to walk off dinner whilst waiting for the light show.

Van Cleef & Arpels on 22 Place Vendôme

I visited the Van Cleef & Arpels exhibition at Les Arts Décoratifs. It was such a fascinating experience to see a vast collection of these coveted jewels under one roof, learning about the history of this highly influential empire and admiring (with dropped jaw) the magnificent crown of Princess Charlene of Monaco. I should let you know that I give myself a pat on the back when I do at least one art-related activity per week. The above is a photograph of Van Cleef & Arpels first store in Paris which has opened since 1906.

Lunch date with Daisy de Plume

On the one day when the sky was unbelievably blue in Paris this week, I took a nice long walk and the day got even better when it came to lunchtime as I had a date with Daisy de Plume, the founder of THATLou and the organizer of my recent treasure hunt at Musee d’Orsay. She’s just as wonderful as I once described her to be and proved by our 2-hour lunch! (We had so much to talk about that we lost track of time) You can read more about this fantastic lady here and here.

My first angry experience – in French!

I visited Darty, a store that sells general appliances, to buy a hair curling iron. I found what I wanted to buy and was ready to pay for it and leave. After repeatedly demanding to 5 different staff in 3 different floors and 30 minutes of waiting, I got really impatient. So I took the display version of the hair curler I wanted which was attached to a huge square plastic holder, brought the whole thing to the cashier and said “I want to buy this”. The manager halted me and said “you can’t do that, put it back! And you must wait!” With all my furiousness, I responded, “No! I have waited for a long time, asked a lot people and no one came! I’m not going to wait anymore and I will also not put this back!” To my surprise, the guy turned his attitude 180 degrees and became very nice and polite. He took the hair curler display from my hands, walked me to a cashier, got me to pay then served me my new, boxed hair curler appliance. I walked out thinking “that’s interesting”.  Is that how the French operate?

My exam results

So I successfully spoke my mind out in French when frustrated but when it came to exam time, I get nervous and when exam results are out, I get scared to leave my bed. But it turned out I passed yay! and this called for a little celebration with great friends.

Rice & Fish Restaurant

Yummy prawns sushi at Rice & Fish (22 Rue Greneta 75002 Paris)

Comme à Lisbonne

And these delicious Portuguese tarts from Comme à Lisbonne.

Friday night comfort food

Friday night called for comfort food and I have Jackie now on speed dial haha. We went to Bon Mua Restaurant (36 Rue de Trévise 75009 Paris), which is officially my hiding place whenever I wanted my comfort food of Vietnamese grilled pork chops. The pork chops here are on par with I find in my usual Asian hunts in Sydney. I have high expectation when it comes to pork chops so trust me when I say it’s good.

Brunch at Ladurée

I’m a major fan of French toast and really wanted to try the ones from Ladurée. I was delighted when Faye said yes to another dessert date. She’s not sick of me yet! I only have the nicest things to say about my French toast. It was fluffy, light and delicious and can see myself coming to Ladurée strictly for this specific item many times in the future. I can’t deny how pretty Ladurée is in all their presentation. Please click here to see Faye's post about our date and her thoughts on Ladurée's desserts.

Avenue des Champs-Élysées

Saturday Strolls

After our delicious brunch, Faye and I continued to walk along Avenue des Champs-Élysées and turned into Rue Saint Honoré. It was such a lovely day and I was really glad to have such a cool, sweet and adorable companion with me.

Roberto Cavalli and Repetto

Happy Chinese New Year

Paris doesn’t have a designated “Chinatown” like most major cities. Any district which have a grouped area of Chinese residents, supermarkets and restaurants can be classified as “Chinatown”. I chose to visit Porte d’Italie in the 13th arrondissement as it seemed to be the most recommended area to see lively festivities. It warmed me to see abundance of red lanterns and people shopping to prepare for Chinese New Year's Feasts.

Raclette, French steamboat?

My friends from church kindly invited me over for a dinner feast of Raclette, which I can only describe as French steamboat but instead of using broth and seafood, we used lots and lots of cheese and can mix and match the types of cheese and toppings. It was a lot of fun! Dessert was raclette marshmallows and chocolate. What an amazing (French) way to celebrate Chinese New Year.

The Seine River

For the whole week, the water level of the Seine River had been really high. The cruise boats have stopped operating and you can't really walk alongside the river.

Okay that was a lot to recap in one week. As I said earlier, Paris had been spoiling me with the most enjoyable activities but it gives me the dilemma of not having enough time to update my blog more regularly. So here’s a collage of what I’ve been posting in my Instagram account and Facebook page from the past days. You are most welcomed to find me under “willsheloveparis” to get more regular updates.

Thank you so much for reading and I hope you will have the most enjoyable week ahead.