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To-Do List by Carin Olsson (Paris in Four Months)

Even though I’ve almost been back in Paris for a whole month now I still have a super long list of favourite places I would love to revisit and new things that I would love to do, see and eat! Since my move started out with some very frustrating problems and continued with a hectic internship (that made me want to go to bed as soon as I got back home) I haven’t really had time to check off that many things from my list so far… Well, better luck this month!

  1. I’ve lived in NYC for almost a year now, and I still have a “to-do” list a mile long of everything I want to see and experience. That’s the best part about a city–the exploring never ends!

  2. I love Paris to do list :)) always make a list before visit :)

  3. I have a similar list for my next trip to Paris in March! Only with worse handwriting 😉 Is your internship over already? I’m curious to hear all about it!
    PS. Love your wood floors. xo

    • Haha! Yes, the internship is over now. It was so much fun but also really really stressful. It was especially interesting to see how everything works behind the scenes. Thank you!

  4. Darina    January 30, 2013

    What a beautiful handwriting! And I love your to do list too! Can’t wait to read your adventures and to see your beautiful photographs!

  5. You’re one of those people whose every life detail is adorable. Jealous.

    http://lasaloperie.blogspot.com

  6. How is your handwriting so neat and pretty? I can never understand how people do that, it’s like magic haha. Yes, you should definitely visit the Musee d’Orsay! Not that I’ve ever been, but I did borrow a book with all the paintings from that museum, and god it looks so amazing.

  7. tpf Sarah    January 31, 2013

    Hope you can cross some of those things off the list soon, everything looks super exciting :) I too had one of those, but to my horror I´ve come down with a terrible flu just days before I´m supposed to leave. Really hope I get better, very very soon.

  8. Charlotte    January 31, 2013

    Good list! The thing is, as soon as you are on your way to cross off one of these nice adventures, you will probably discover something else to add on it. One of the many magical things of Paris! How was DVF? Super curious :)

    • Thanks! Haha yes. The list is almost taking up the whole notebook at the moment and it just keeps getting longer and longer. DVF was so much fun but also really really stressful. It was especially interesting to see how everything works behind the scenes.

  9. Love this. If it’s any consolation, I’ve lived in London for nearly 7 years and still have an (ever-growing) to-see list! I think experiencing your city like a tourist keeps the love alive 😉

  10. Faye Bullock    February 1, 2013

    Such an inspiration! As it has been getting progressively colder here I seem to have lost my motivation to explore, but I am inspired to start ticking a few things off of my to-do list now :) we have a few matching places on our lists 😉

    http://www.farfelue.com/

  11. OH yesss. Candelaria is to die for!!! I will join you :)

  12. Is that your handwriting?? It looks like a pretty font! Comme a Lisbonne, Candelaria, the d’Orsay, Camion qui Fume, and Cafe Pouchkine are all on my list too!!

  13. Cool handwriting! There’s some of your list that I have wanted to visit for a while now… specially Candelaria, everyone speaks wonders about it but as a mexican I’m a bit skeptic ^^ though they do tell me that even if I end up not loving the food, the ambiance is still pretty amazing! You’ll have to tell me what you think of it :)

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