I decided to do something a little different than the typical New Year’s Resolutions post. I have a few years before I turn thirty, so I decided to map out a list of long-term, big picture goals for the next several years.
La Marinière, a fellow blogger and talented photographer, asked me for a few picnic recipes after I wrote a post on inexpensive date ideas. I decided to post one of my favorite appetizer/picnic food recipes just in time for the holidays because it makes a wonderful addition to any holiday menu!
Enjoy this recipe for Brie en Croute.
It’s time for my pseudo-monthly language update! I intended to make the update monthly, but I missed November. Sorry about that! In this month’s post, I announce the language I’ll be studying in 2014 and a few of the language learning resources on my holiday wish list. I’d love to hear about yours!
When living in a multi-language household, making mistakes in either language is completely natural. The act of transitioning from one language into another is called code-switching, and although our brains are quite capable of making that switch, mistake in grammar and word use still occur.
My family constantly experiences these blunders as we move from one language to another and we find quite a bit of amusement with our mistakes. At some point, inspired by Kidlingville (formerly The Book of Alice), I started writing them down so I could share the most amusing ones with you.
You can read about the Eurodictionary’s latest addition here.
We’re going back to France this spring to visit family and I am just over the moon! I can’t wait to go back and enjoy a few of the things I’ve been missing. So in honor of our upcoming trip, I give you 10 things I miss about Paris and some photos!
This entry is a follow up to my Year Without Project for the month of October. You can read about the 12 things I’m going to give up for each month of the year. This month I went thirty days without not writing. Double negatives… I know, sorry. Click through to read about my experience with NaNoWriMo.