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Just recently a very good friend of mine moved to Amsterdam. It had always been her dream to live abroad and when a great opportunity presented itself she couldn’t turn it down. And if I was in her position I don’t think I would either. I’ve always daydreamed about living in France. Maybe in my twenties the move would have made sense for me, but now with my business growing and having established a home, it seems more like a fantasy then a possibility. But who knows, maybe one day I’ll have an office Paris to cater to my European clientele;) A girl can dream right! So this week Like, Love, Share is inspired by the accounts I follow on my Instagram who have made France their home.

Chateau de Gudanes: Hidden away in the South of France this abandoned and neglected Chateau is being lovely restored by an Australian family to it original state. Their Instragram feed is chock full of stunning photos of this magical place and the things they are discovering about it’s past and their plan for its future. Their blog is equally as beautiful and tells the story of the Chateau’s history and their quest to restore this “sleeping beauty.”


Kerrie Hess:  Even though this talented Australian illustrator recently returned back to Queensland after spending time in Paris,  her current work certainly feel like she is still there. You can check out her gorgeous illustrations here and read about her stylish Paris pied-à-terre here.


Parisinfourmonths: I’m not sure how I first stumbled on this account but I’m sure happy I did. This Swedish photographer first started her blog as she travelled through France and now calls Paris home. Her Instagram feed is full of images of the street of Paris, French food and to die for fashion straight off the Paris runways. On her blog she shares helpful tips on how to find your own Paris apartment and what you need to know before you make the move.

How about you? Have you ever dreamed of living abroad?


Opening photo: Portfolio photo from my French Inspired Guest Suite.