I just got back from a trip to France where I spent time with my family and friends for two weeks, and it was amazing! Even though it’s summer, it was hotter than usual so I made sure to pack a lot of layering pieces in case I needed to adjust to the crazy weather. I also made sure to bring outfits that I could style different ways in order to “recycle” them throughout my vacation. That way, I always looked like I was wearing something different each day! Sharing some of my favorite items with y’all below. Hope you
Making and eating pasta is my favorite! One of the coolest things about growing up in Europe is having access to different cultures and foods. I learned from a young age to try different foods and to appreciate different flavors. Pasta is definitely one of my favorites. Pair it with a good wine and I’m your date! I went to Rome, Italy with my family one summer, and eating real Italian pasta in a local family-owned restaurant was a really cool experience. When I travel, I always want to eat at the restaurants where locals go to get the “real
I love traveling but traveling can be quite expensive, especially when you go overseas! Over the years, I have tried to figure out ways to save money on getting to my destination, so I can just enjoy being there! I am going to share with y’all what has worked for me in the past, but feel free to leave your favorite travel tips in the comment section so we can all travel more for less 😉 1 – Create alert(s) on Google Flights If you have a gmail email address, be sure to always begin by looking at Google Flights.
I turned 30 on April 30th this year, and I had all kind of feelings a few days leading up to the big day and a few days after. I always thought that turning 30, and then 50, would be two of the biggest milestones in my life. So with each milestone, I had set some pretty lofty goals. My twenties have flown by. It feels like between the time I hopped on a plane at 18 to attend college in the USA and the time I got married and started my career, only a few years have passed..Definitely
Bonjour! So glad you guys are here! I wanted to start a blog/website to share with you all everything that brings me “joie”, which means joy in english. I believe that enjoying the little things in life is so important. It can be as simple as purchasing a new cute dress that makes you feel empowered and confident, enjoying un cafe au lait at an adorable coffee shop, buying wild flowers at the farmers market, spending a Sunday afternoon baking, seeing an Amazon package at your front door, or… jumping at the opportunity to buy a cheap ticket to fly to a