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Celina in Paris

Celina in Paris
l'aventure d'un an .:. the one year adventure
  • All is Quiet in Paris

    In the way migratory animals follow Mother Nature’s signals and depart all at once, so do Parisians leave the city to enjoy multiple weeks of vacation elsewhere with cleaner air and nicer people. August is quiet, calm, and closed in this city. Since Natalie and Phil left, I’ve been enjoying this peace and quiet to [...]

  • Parisian Confessions: Blonde du Quartier

    When a hairdresser experience doesn’t turn out quite how you imagined…

    Also when the hell did I start saying “like” so much?? My apologies to the grammarians.


  • Cherries the Hostess Cake

    After nearly three months of back-to-back hosting, I can honestly say there are two things I will never get sick of here in Paris: first, sharing the Eiffel Tower with loved ones, I’ll obsess over that iron lady forever and always; second, watching guests eat something delicious and get super excited about it. [...]

  • Parisian Confessions: Skin to Skin Contact

    Today on the metro, I sat myself in a small fold-down seat (remember the funny name: strapontin) between the wall and a young man of considerable musculature with a nondescript face. I didn’t think twice about him until I felt my arm brush up against his. Since breaking up with The Boy it’s been practically [...]

  • Jessica in Paris

    When talking about how we know each other, Jessica and I will often say that we have spent more time together than we will probably ever spend with future husbands, children, other coworkers, etc (which, really, is probably true since 5ish years at 80ish hours a week plus weekends is a lot…). Last week, [...]

  • Les Parents à Paris

    If you know my parents, you know how lucky I am to have gotten the crème de la crème (if you don’t know my parents… well, just assume they have a high chance of being better than at least one of your parents…). These last few weeks I’ve had the pleasure of hosting mes [...]

  • Parisian Confessions: Algeria in the World Cup

    Algeria just beat Korea, and my neighborhood is going ape-shit crazy. Every fucking honk and yell and celebratory flag-wave makes me hear/see/think of The Boy and it’s driving me fucking nuts. Note to self: don’t break up with someone from a foreign nationality before the god-damn World Cup.

Welcome to PDF Print E-mail
Sunday, 27 January 2013 14:07

Welcome, good to have you here. Would you like a drink? I can't get you anything, because obviously you're on a website and that's just silly, but I thought I'd ask because it's polite.

First off, you should check out Celina in Paris, my new project detailing the adventures of my preparations for and soon-to-be life in France.

Peak around. Below are Pinterest, Tumblr and Instagram feeds. To my right, my Twitter. Obvi, there's some overlap because I'm a 20-something who pushes some of the same content to multiple social media outlets (some would call that multi-tasking... some are also just lazy).

I'm awesome, and since you're here, you must be, too. Nice to awesome meet you.

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