Want to Frenchify Your Friday and do us a huge favour at the same time?
We really hope so!
We genuinely get so much joy out of crafting Distant Francophile every week.
Our only aims are to share our love and knowledge of France and to help anyone who wants to add a dose of French joie de vivre to their lives – no matter where they happen to live.
We spend a whole lot of time discussing how we might tweak Distant Francophile to make it more useful to readers.
We ask each other a stack of questions. Questions like:
- Should we write fewer articles but delve deeper into the subject matter?
- Do we be post more often but make the posts shorter and sharper?
- Should we post more photography pieces? More accommodation pieces? Less Melbourne pieces? Should we post more recipes?
- Do we do too many book reviews?
We’ve even questioned whether the Frenchify Your Friday series has run its race – maybe it is getting boring now…
It finally occurred to us a little while back that the best group of people to answer all of our questions is the ever growing Distant Francophile community (yes, if you are reading this, that’s you and we are so glad you are here!).
If we are perfectly honest with ourselves, our answers to these questions can only ever be mere guesses.
So to Frenchify Your Friday this week, we are hoping you will be generous enough to give us some feedback.
We’d love for you to answer any of the above questions or feel free to respond to these:
- How can we make the whole Distant Francophile experience even more fabulous?
- What would you love to see us sharing about France?
- What do you wish there was more of on Distant Francophile?
- What do you wish there was less of?
Please let us know your thoughts via the method suits you best – the comments below, via Facebook or Instagram or send an email to email@example.com.
Thank you so much for supporting Distant Francophile – and thanks in advance for sharing your thoughts. We promise they will be deeply appreciated.
Wishing everyone an amazing Friday.
And until next time – au revoir.