About Me

The Blog
Lingo in Transit is a continuous life journey learning about other cultures, countries, languages and trying to lead a better life.

I write about my travel adventures (the good, bad, confusing and great) and my very own long journey in the language learning world of French and Spanish. The Juste Un Mot section delves into trying to lead a more conscious life. Let’s start a conversation.

Welcome!

The Author

I’m Sophie, a scientist by training I work full-time in research by day. I started this blog to document my travels and to be able to express myself more creatively. I’m a self confessed croissant connoisseur, winter lover, a coffee snob and tea enthusiast.

Hailing from Australia, in my spare time I’m learning french and/or spanish, having tea, admiring pretty things or out enjoying the sun.

Thank you for stopping by!

Contact Me

Twitter: @lingointransit
Instagram: @lingointransit

To discuss collaborations please email: lingointransit [at] gmail [dot] com


12 thoughts on “About Me

  1. Thank you for reading my post. I’m more of an armchair traveller these days, but can see the sense of shared car travel – while being VERY wary and careful about all the arrangements. Stay safe! And happy travelling. Cheers! x

  2. Hello.

    I read this: “my very own long journey in the language learning world of French and Spanish”. Sounds great. I just wonder if you have read my posts in English, Spanish, French and Portuguese. Her is one example:

    Reindeer2 are curious

    None of these languages is my mother tongue!

    Happy Sunday.

  3. How have I not followed you yet, despite you following my blog and us following each other on Instagram?! Any case, you got yourself another follow, and I can’t wait to see what you put out soon! 🙂

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