Tom’s take on 45 things French people think when visiting New York City for the first time

Written by Diane. Posted in France, travel

What the French think when visiting NYC(1)

Salut! Tom’s here today bringing you this post that goes hand in hand with the one I wrote recently on 45 Things an American thinks when visiting France for the first time. For those of you who are new around here, Tom is my French husband who first visited NYC in 2009. I think he loves New York City as much as I do, but upon visiting it for the first time, some of the things he encountered were definitely in the culture shock category. For your reading pleasure, he’s put together 45 things the French think when visiting NYC for the first time.

So read on for the post!

Quest Bars in Europe: Where to buy your fix

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

Where to buy Quest Bars in Europe

Quest Bars have been blowing up the fitness blogosphere lately. It seems like every healthy living blog I follow in the U.S.  has had something to say about these popular protein bars, so my interest was piqued. Except unlike all the U.S.-based readers, I couldn’t just stroll down to my neighborhood GNC, plop down $2.50 and walk out with a Quest Bar. So I turned to the internet to find out where to buy these hyped-up rectangles of chewy goodness in Europe and found out a few things along the way.

Read on!

A shift in focus

Written by Diane. Posted in on everything else, on life in France

What's next_

Hi guys, blogging is a funny thing. Sometimes you have so much to say and sometimes it’s just the opposite. And sometimes you have a lot to say but doubt yourself and wonder if it’s a post your readers will like. That’s where I am now. Over the past 2.5 years since I started Oui In France, I’ve covered all kinds of expat and French culture topics posting twice a week. I’ve covered all the practical stuff like tips for going to the doctor and what to know when eating out as well as the comical side to expat life and even the hard times. But once you’ve lived in a place for a while and written about the obligatory expat topics, there comes a time when you step back and wonder what’s next for your blog. You find yourself wanting more. Is it time to close up shop? NO!!! It’s time to shift your focus and that’s exactly what I’m doing.

So here’s what’s next…

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