All posts by Natalie Orr

  • Guide to Paris: Part II

    Since around the age of twenty, I’ve often wished that I’d be born French. There is something unmistakably cool about being French and particularly Parisien(ne),...

  • Guide to Paris: Part I

    Back in the mists of time (September 2009), I moved to Paris for a year to pursue my studies in medieval French literature at the...

  • 10 Tips: Graduate job hunting

    Congratulations! You’ve passed your final exams with flying colours. You’ve had your graduation ceremony with your proud parents looking on – worn the stupid hat,...

  • Yes, and everything after…

    Laziness is my default setting. No one I know would describe me as lazy – I work hard, I’m an avid Taekwon-Do practitioner, I like...

  • Marie Antoinette: The Ideal Girls’ Night In

    My housemates and I lead busy lives, which means we often only get to snatch a brief ‘Hello’ in between our comings and goings. So...