I took the plunge and joined in Leah Piken Kolidas’ Art Every Day Month challenge. It’s pretty self-explanatory, and I’ve been using the structure to make sure I do something in my Moleskine Japanese album every day. I’ll post the week’s adventures once per week, since the processing and posting of the art is a whole project […]
A mysterious Frenchman infiltrates Cynthia’s Paris apartment with important intel on how to tap your joie de vivre. This marks the 100th video from Original Impulse. Time to celebrate!
The Free Write Fling ends tomorrow, and I’m happy to have written one that I actually like, here in the eleventh hour. Enjoy my Paris Sunday. Come in… Sunday in Paris makes me feel more like an outsider, not in the good observer way but in a lonely way. I think of French women making Sunday dinner […]
The beach, in Paris? Mais oui!
In 1919, young American Sylvia Beach moved to Paris and opened a bookshop, Shakespeare and Company. She’d been to Europe with her family as a girl and as a young adult, yearned to live in Paris. When I read about this pioneer in Noel Riley Fitch’s Sylvia Beach and the Lost Generation, I found a female […]
Looking for a great way to enjoy your short trip to Paris? I share tips and tricks for finding the best sites, ways to shop and enjoy yourself.
When you read about my upcoming Curious Excursions to Boulder and Paris, you were curious, right? Of course, which means you’re in the right place. I’ve answered some common queries here, but if you have other questions, please contact me.