Today we have an interview with Elsa (@Elsa_ide) who is a blogger and a french nurse at the same time.
– Elsa, tell us your story how you decided to become a blogger and who is your audience?
– To tell you the truth, I started my blog because of my work. I’m a french nurse. I work in a intensive cares unit for children, and i would like to tell people more about my profession.
– What do you find the most rewarding about being a blogger?
– The most rewarding about being a blogger is to get gratitude and thankfulness from people who don’t even work in the medical sector.
– What would you advice people who are interested in a blogging career?
– They should write a blog about a topic they find interesting that people can feel that it is written sincerely.
– Where do you get inspiration?
– Everything comes from the real life, from my work. All stories that I share with people I come across in the workplace.
– 3 most exciting places to visit in Paris.
– Of course, Trocadero, the Effel Tower, Tuileries Garden and Le bois de Vincennes.
– What do you like and don’t like about living in Paris?
– I like that plenty of events are organized in Paris. Thus, I can easily find something to visit for my job or for my hobbies. Paris never sleeps. We have enough time and opportunities to realize our dreams there.
Personally, I don’t like metro because of crowd. That’s the only one thing that I can not put up with.
– What is your favourite place in Paris where you often come to and why?
– I like Tuileries Garden, firstly, because it is located in the center of Paris, secondly, it’s the most beautiful park in the capital. You can see le Louvre and le Musée d’Orsay, and l’Arc de Triomphe.
– What is on in Paris that is worth a visit?
– Once you are there, you should go to Pont Alexandre III, because the sunset behind the Effel Tower is wonderful. Don’t miss it !
– What would be your advice to anyone who wants to settle down in Paris?
– I would not recommend to live in the center of Paris because it’s very expensive. It’s less expensive to live in the region. Moreover, you can reach easily the center by tube.