Finding me in France #2020

Finding me in France By Bobbi French Finding me in France It s never too late to find the life you ve always wanted Bobbi French is just an ordinary person seeking an extraordinary life For her that means taking the boldest leap of faith in her life moving
  • Title: Finding me in France
  • Author: Bobbi French
  • ISBN: 9781897174944
  • Page: 369
  • Format: Paperback
  • Finding me in France By Bobbi French It s never too late to find the life you ve always wanted Bobbi French is just an ordinary person seeking an extraordinary life For her, that means taking the boldest leap of faith in her life moving to France to fulfill a lifelong dream All she has to do is give up her successful medical career in Canada, sell her house, pare down her possessions to only what would fiIt s never too late to find the life you ve always wanted Bobbi French is just an ordinary person seeking an extraordinary life For her, that means taking the boldest leap of faith in her life moving to France to fulfill a lifelong dream All she has to do is give up her successful medical career in Canada, sell her house, pare down her possessions to only what would fit in a carry on suitcase, and buy a one way ticket to Semur en Auxois She also has to ignore the common opinion that she s lost her mind, walking away from it all for a fantasy Finding Me in France is a chronicle of the delights and deprecations of making a dream come true Landing in a small village in Burgundy with only her expectations of adventure to guide her, she details the unaccountable stumbling blocks and the unforeseen joys of her often awkward, frequently perplexing, always entertaining journey of discovery Illustrated with inspiring photographs, a funny and perceptive account of her experience of a lifetime.
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    282 thoughts on “Finding me in France”

    1. I m a little bit torn on this book I was so looking forward to reading it, and it definitely disappointed me mostly because it wasn t at all what I was expecting.The whole time I was thinking this kind of reads like someone rambling blog entries I wasn t overly shocked when she said at the end that it was basically a blog for her friends that became a book I was expecting some lovely descriptions of culture and people and whatnot while there was some of that, it was mostly her talking about bein [...]


    2. I actually won t end up finishing this book It has to go back to the library I got to page 138 It actually put me to sleep I was only able to read 10 15 pages a night had no desire to read it on the weekend I wanted to read it because it is an Atlantic Canadian author I just could not relate to her running away to France to have a different lifestyle I was not a fan of Eat Pray Love either However the pictures throughout the book did complement it.


    3. Bobbi French leaves her successful medical career in Newfoundland and moves with Neil to a small village in France Juliette Sobanet, author of Sleeping with Paris , says her tales of setting up shop in the land of croissants, verb conjugations, and mortgage applications will have you laughing out loud, yearning for a pain au chocolat, and plotting a move to France Gorgeous colour photographs illustrate her experience of a lifetime.As much as I enjoyed this hilarious tale of starting over, then a [...]


    4. The title is bang on This eclectic, relatively mad, diary like recounting of a woman basically escaping a successful life to truly discover herself The writing does draw you in and you experience the humerous roller coaster ride of starting over without ever really releasing the anchor to reality, so it rings true.I used the term relatively mad because the main character makes no bones about the fact she has faced her relatively ahem intense personality, and flaunts it.After reading I gently pla [...]


    5. I really enjoyed this bookw you probably need to be in 40 s 50 s to really understand the journey that Bobbi French took, but I think anyone reading this book will get a taste of what their own journey can look like any age.This novel was very real, easy to read and there were times where you could not stop laughing at the entertaining journey this writer and her husband was taking.ng to France for a new life Reading about their plan to move to France, selling most of their possessions, finding [...]


    6. A very funny book French provides a realistic look at changing your life in mid life and all the worries and concerns that go along with it Great photographs complement her chapters and add to the vivid tale she tells A great read for anyone who is making a life change or looking to be inspired by someone who followed their gut instincts.As French navigates her new life away from her psychology practice and towards life in a quiet town in France she surprises herself in as many ways as she disap [...]


    7. Read this novel while travelling through Italy and France and it was delightful Incredible true story of a brave woman leaving Canada to live a peaceful, simple life with her husband in France not knowing the language at all Definitely related to this story when I lived in Italy for three months with no knowledge of Italian culture or language Anyone who enjoys stories of travel and adventure should read this book


    8. Not much plot or character development to speak of, and I didn t care much for the author s writing style too much reliance on cliches and that self deprecating humour that is so common in chick lit, especially in regards to her the author s appearance So why did it get than one star Well, some of the pictures are nice I would have been better off reading a good travel blog.


    9. Living on the east coast of Canada, I love to read Atlantic Read authors This book has a different flavour to it Bobbi French should be offered a job with CBC writing for THIS HOUR HAS 22 MINUTES Love to read stories of people making life changing decisions, about their day to day life Another first time author Hopefully she will write


    10. A really motivating story Loved all the Canadian pop culture references Definitely going to re read this one when I m a lot older, I ll probably get out of it Nonetheless, I really enjoyed it.


    11. A fun story that s both inspiring and entertaining Though I was hoping for a bit emotional depth, it was an excellent way to experience rural France I sincerely hope Mrs French decides to continue writing in the future.


    12. I really enjoyed this book It was frank, open and honest I liked that she remained true to her newfoundland roots, the references, the colloquilisms, all spoken like a true townie The pictures were an added bonus She s living the dream there is hope for us all


    13. Well written and an enjoyable adventure While I really enjoyed the style, I was a little disappointed in Bobbi s anti Canadian attitude As a tri blue patriot, I was very disappointed in her lack of Canadian spirit You know what, if France is so amazing, stay.



    14. Not my typical book, but I still enjoyed it quite a bit It was interesting to read of her journey of self discovery.







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