Fabletics review July 2014: Fitness apparel membership launches in France

Written by Diane. Posted in on everything else, things we love

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I’m a sucker for stylish workout clothes. I have no problem admitting that and believe that looking the part at the gym is half the battle. You won’t catch me working out in an old t-shirt and worn out pants from 2005. And if we’re being honest, my closet back in the U.S. probably had more gym outfits than non-gym ones. Over the years, I’ve cut back as my salary and priorities have shifted but my eye always gravitates toward the colorful Nikes over the 4-inch heels. And in France? Cute gym clothes cost even more than they do in the U.S. so I make do with what I have. Until now. Fabletics has launched in France and I’m a tad obsessed. What’s Fabletics and why am I loving it?

Read on for my Fabletics France review!

What you need to know about driving in France

Written by Diane. Posted in on life in France, travel

driving-france If you’re a foreigner and want to drive in France, congrats! You’re in for a fun time. Seriously though, driving in France isn’t that different from driving in the U.S., but there are some subtle (and not so subtle) differences that you should take note of to avoid an accident and major frustration. Here’s a quick list of what you need to know about driving in France.

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Things the French would never pay for (especially #2)

Written by Diane. Posted in on life in France

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At first glance, French and Americans seem similar enough. People of both nationalities eat, sleep, work, vacation, drink, smoke. Normal human things. But how do we spend money? Differently. Here are 5 things the French would never spend their hard-earned cash on.

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