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Celina in Paris

Celina in Paris
l'aventure d'un an .:. the one year adventure
  • The End of 26

    Since September started, I’ve only been thinking about a few things: 1) my tutoring; 2) my Paris To-Do list; 3) and my BIRTHDAY!

    So here’s the deal with my tutoring stuff. I’m preparing to take the C1 level DALF exam, which is basically asking someone to have like, SAT-level language and use really [...]

  • No More Teachers, No More Books

    Last weekend, my Korean classmate invited me and another student over for dinner chez elle. After one semester of too much socializing and another semester of full-on social isolation, it was time to see people out of the classroom again. I’ve been collecting post-its in my notebook of anecdotes to share with you about [...]

  • The Last #100JoursJoyeux

    Today, August 26, marks the moment my countdown to departing hits 100 days. That’s right folks, in just 100 days I will be leaving Paris, leaving my little paradise, my escape from reality… On December 5* I board a plane and go back to SFO and press “play” on what had been my paused [...]

  • Financial Ruin in 11 Months

    This is an honest money post. I should start by saying I have none: I’m living entirely off credit (the American way) and since arriving here in Paris, I have watched my credit score drop from 776 (excellent) down to 688 [...]

  • Uruguayan in Paris

    Technically my 3rd Uruguayan guest, but since she actually lives there I figured it was appropriate to point this out. Luciana and I met almost 10 years ago in Montevideo, and in July she traveled over to London to take some business English courses (and, obviously, had to come see me in Paris!). The [...]

  • All is Quiet in Paris

    In the way migratory animals follow Mother Nature’s signals and depart all at once, so do Parisians leave the city to enjoy multiple weeks of vacation elsewhere with cleaner air and nicer people. August is quiet, calm, and closed in this city. Since Natalie and Phil left, I’ve been enjoying this peace and quiet to [...]

  • Parisian Confessions: Blonde du Quartier

    When a hairdresser experience doesn’t turn out quite how you imagined…

    Also when the hell did I start saying “like” so much?? My apologies to the grammarians.


Welcome to PDF Print E-mail
Sunday, 27 January 2013 14:07

Welcome, good to have you here. Would you like a drink? I can't get you anything, because obviously you're on a website and that's just silly, but I thought I'd ask because it's polite.

First off, you should check out Celina in Paris, my new project detailing the adventures of my preparations for and soon-to-be life in France.

Peak around. Below are Pinterest, Tumblr and Instagram feeds. To my right, my Twitter. Obvi, there's some overlap because I'm a 20-something who pushes some of the same content to multiple social media outlets (some would call that multi-tasking... some are also just lazy).

I'm awesome, and since you're here, you must be, too. Nice to awesome meet you.

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awesomeness to the umpteenth degree
  • #selfie overdose after redying the ‘do to celebrate my 1...

    #selfie overdose after redying the ‘do to celebrate my 1 year #anniversary in Paris! #lavenderhair (at Paris, France)

  • #100joursjoyeux #day24 back in Paris, eating a #chocolate...

    #100joursjoyeux #day24 back in Paris, eating a #chocolate #rocher and a #coffee #eclair while doing some #hairdye (and procrastinating intensely) #100happydays (at Paris 20eme)

  • humansofnewyork: A bit of context on this next series of...


    A bit of context on this next series of photos: Dharamshala, India is where the exiled government of Tibet resides. Led by the Dalai Lama, nearly 100,000 Tibetan refugees live in this northern Indian city, where they seek to maintain their traditions and culture in exile. The long journey from Tibet to India includes a grueling 28 day walk through the Himalayan mountains. Many of the refugees make this trek as children, sent by their parents in hopes of studying their language and religion in freedom. In conclusion, here’s a young Tibetan monk playing with a kitten.

    (Dharamshala, India)

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    Outline manicures show off short, neat nails. | 21 Adorable Manicure Ideas For Short Nails

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    Super-Cool French Manicure Ideas #naildesigns #nailart #frenchmanicure