Sherry


About Sherry

I am a wealth-obsessed, style-focused, minimalist who blogs at Save. Spend. Splurge.. I’m with a partner who immigrated from France to Canada over 20 years ago and we have a Franco-Anglo toddler named Baby Bun, our rambunctious, ever-hungry child. I’m a freelancer and the rest of the time I relax and enjoy the time off by travelling, although lately, that has been on hold and now the true highlight of my day is looking forward to my toddler’s sacred nap time to get a break.


French Lessons

I find other cultures completely fascinating. I’m quite sure this is the reason that I’ve always been compelled to travel. Actually being in a place gives you insights that you will never find in a book or on-line. But no matter how many times you visit a destination, you never quite develop the same understanding […]

French lessons

Dedication to quality

The French Dedication To Quality

I love the fact that the French are completely committed to the very best of everything. I find their dedication to quality both fascinating and inspirational. As a result, I continually try to upgrade the quality of every area of my own life. With those words as background, I’m sure you’ll understand why I was so […]


French Holiday Traditions

Today’s post is from Sherry of Save. Spend. Splurge and it delivers another dose of French culture. As the title suggests, here we are delving into the world of French holiday traditions. When I first read Sherry’s piece, it got me thinking about our own holiday traditions – or rather, the lack of them. The festive season […]

French Holiday Traditions

Lunch - French Style

Lunch – French Style

Before we get into today’s post, I just want to take a moment to recognise the Thanksgiving holiday and to send all of our U.S. readers some love. I hope you are enjoying a time of peace and togetherness. When you stop to think about it, there really is so much to be grateful for […]


How Different Things Can Be In France

A little while ago, I asked you what you’d be keen to see more of on Distant Francophile. And many of you replied that you’d love to learn more about some of the cultural differences that pop up between France and other parts of the world. In order to ensure that I could provide enough […]

How Different Things Can Be In France