French Girl’s Guide to Looking Great in Photos 

French Girl’s Guide to Looking Great in Photos 

Get a picture perfect pout by following the French girl's guide to (not) smiling in photos. Source: How to (not) smile in photos - My Little Paris Continue reading

8 Words the Royal Family Never Uses

You definitely won't hear the Duchess say "living room." Source: 8 Words the Royal Family Never Uses Continue reading

Hygge, the New Nordic Lifestyle Craze 

Hygge, the New Nordic Lifestyle Craze 

Living in the Midwest my whole life, winters can seem never-ending. After the Christmas tree and decor are stored away, you're left with day after day of snowy, overcast skies, limited daylight and freezing temps - the infamous winter trifecta that can make even the happiest person feel blue. So Continue reading

What people eat for New Year’s Eve in 21 countries around the world

I have always been intrigued by what other cultures eat, especially around the holidays. Although I'm familiar with some of the traditional Holiday foods enjoyed around the world, I never realized there were so many food traditions associated with the New Year. Take a look at just a few of these Continue reading

4 Reasons to Adore French Living

4 Reasons to Adore French Living

As if I need another reason to love the French! But in case you do, here are 4 of their enviable qualities.... It's no secret that the French are generally healthier than Brits and Americans. Our Gallic neighbours enjoy a diet packed with artery-blocking ingredients and yet somehow manage to avoid Continue reading

British Royal Family Christmas Traditions

British Royal Family Christmas Traditions

Just in time for the 12 days of Chritmas, take a peek at 12 ways our favorite British Royals celebrate Christmas. We're taking you inside the royal festivities, from a bit of rough and tumble on Christmas Eve to cider and movie nights. Keep reading for 12 traditions that might surprise Continue reading

15 Christmas Foods Around the World

Celebrating the holidays with special foods has been a tradition for centuries. Sugar cookies, honey hams and green beans are just a few of those classic dishes that seem to appear year after year on tables during Christmas dinner. Growing up in a Polish/Welsh family, we had many of the typical Continue reading

20 Holiday Markets to Visit Across America

Visit these European-style holiday markets for unique gifts for friends and family. Source: 20 Holiday Markets to Visit Across America Continue reading

God Save the Queen: Elizabeth II Becomes Longest Reigning Monarch

God Save the Queen: Elizabeth II Becomes Longest Reigning Monarch

LONDON (AP) — Fun facts about Queen Elizabeth II as she becomes Britain's longest reigning monarch. Source: Yahoo Continue reading

Holiday with Hats and Horses

Holiday with Hats and Horses

I am not a gambler, but there is something about a horse racing track that makes me smile. Whether it's the hint of mint julep in the air or that 2015 saw our first Triple Crown winner in 37 years, this July 4th weekend, I was reminded how fun and exciting horse racing can be. Top 5 Reasons to Continue reading

Lunar Lights

Lunar Lights

Happy Lunar New Year everyone! I am so grateful to work for a company that is so diverse that it celebrates amazing, non-traditional holidays, complete with festive Asian food, singing, and cultural dancers. Want to learn more about the holiday? See the Lunar New Year by the numbers. Continue reading

A Little App of Paris Surprises

A Little App of Paris Surprises

(Photo Source) A few months ago, I came across an awesome Website for Francophiles like me. My Little Paris delights readers with what's new and hot in Parisian shopping, dining, and culture. The quick, magazine-like updates give you access to cool new bistros, hip brunch spots, local boutique Continue reading