Posts Tagged ‘review’

Learning French with Lingoda (REVIEW)

Written by Diane. Posted in French language

Learning French with Lingoda review

Contrary to what many people might think, simply living in France will not magically make you fluent in French in a matter of months. Living here will help you up until a certain point, but to really improve your level, you’ll need to study French beyond what interactions at the pharmacy and grocery store (or small talk) can provide. Having a background in French from high school or college helps, too. But what do you do when you aren’t sure about how to take your French to the next level? Private lessons can be expensive, we don’t all have access to native speakers, and books can be ineffective and boring.

How can a language learner boost their foreign language skills no matter where they are in the world?

With Lingoda.

Read on!

Buff Bake review: Protein cookies and nut butters

Written by Diane. Posted in on healthy living

buff-bake-protein-cookies-and-nut-butters

The USA wins when it comes to having a pulse on the health and wellness scene. Between trends, new products and workouts and being on the cutting edge of all things cool, the USA has it going on. I’m so envious of my friends back home who can spend an hour browsing in Whole Foods or Trader Joe’s on a Sunday afternoon and pick up all the latest and greatest products. One brand I’ve had my eye on for a while is Buff Bake. They make nut butters and protein cookies and I finally got my hands on some here in France…

Are Buff Bake products worth your hard-earned cash?

Read on for my Buff Bake review!

Rituel Studio Paris review: My Xtend Barre class

Written by Diane. Posted in on healthy living, on life in France

Rituel Studio Paris review Xtend Barre class

While in Paris for a few days last week, I was on the hunt for a fitness class and decided on Rituel Studio‘s Xtend Barre class. It would be my first bar class in France (and first time trying the Xtend Barre method) and I was looking forward to it after an afternoon of travel. If you’ve been reading my blog for any length of time, you know I majorly miss going to studio exercise classes since there aren’t any near where I live. I was pleasantly surprised to see Rituel Studio’s offerings so I signed up online, paid my 27 euros and made my way to class…

Read on for my Rituel Studio Paris review!

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