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City lawyer, making the most of my maternity leave living in a chalet in a tiny village in the Alps and blogging about the funny (and not so funny)... read more [Hits: 45 - Added: 25-03-13]http://alpinemummy.wordpress.com...
Just moved to Bordeaux, France from New York State with my French husband and 3 beautiful daughters. We are all adjusting to the French... read more [Hits: 42 - Added: 28-02-13]http://americanmominbordeaux.blo...
My blog chronicles the stories of two newlyweds discovering their first year of marriage as expats in central France. read more [Hits: 20 - Added: 07-11-11]http://amberwvsofgrain.blogspot....
Living la vie en rose in Paris, maybe. Blogging all about my decision to move, living in France, & all the adventures (mishaps) of a new expat read more [Hits: 58 - Added: 30-09-15]https://anotheramericaine.wordpr...
Traveling is my passion. For travel-lusty females like me, living abroad solo is the way to go. Follow my adventures living in the south of France. read more [Hits: 23 - Added: 27-08-14]http://bfblogger.com/
Photos and assorted text for the duration of my stay. read more [Hits: 10 - Added: 11-04-12]http://belfort-things.blogspot.c...
The story of my move to France and a new life in a small village in the Languedoc, south of France. read more [Hits: 60 - Added: 10-02-09]http://www.bize-bytes.blogspot.c...
Musings about life, politics and culture as an outsider in a foreign land. read more [Hits: 50 - Added: 27-09-11]http://Lanewyorkaiseenfrance.wor...
My blog deals with the ups and downs of being an expat in France. It looks at family life a lot of the time, but also at national and local events,... read more [Hits: 27 - Added: 01-01-12]http://www.bloginfrance.com
We’re two ordinary middle-class midwestern kids who realized one day that we had become middle-class middle-aged adults on autopilot and off course.... read more [Hits: 31 - Added: 02-11-15]http://www.breathoffrenchair.com
Florence Nightingale, the lamp-carrying nurse who cared for wounded soldiers, also wrote and used infographics to get her point across.... read more
Posted on 18 May 2020 | 3:46 pm
– The Curious Rambler –
My boys are now older teenagers but I still have a number of the muslin cloths I used when they were babies because they are just so useful for so many things. They are lint free, super soft, st... read more
Posted on 18 May 2020 | 2:25 pm
A Green and Rosie Life
This is quite a special post that I’m writing today. I am so thrilled to let you know that I’ve just opened my Patreon page for French Moments. Check out the information below to find out ... read more
Posted on 17 May 2020 | 8:15 am
Today Roberts and I celebrate eleven years since our wedding. As I've done since our second anniversary, I'm posting a photo from our wedding day, this one as we made our way down the aisle. I wa... read more
Posted on 16 May 2020 | 6:58 pm
Femme au foyer
When Macron announced the lock-down on the 17th March, I didn’t think we would still be here on the 10th of May. At the beginning, it was really hard, even if we knew that staying home was the r... read more
Posted on 10 May 2020 | 6:07 pm
My Life Living Abroad
The property market in France got off to a flying start this year; all the agents were busy, lots of buyers were arranging viewings and new properties had started to appear for sale. That was, howeve... read more
Posted on 3 April 2020 | 12:54 pm
Foothills of France
Hot off the Easel! As promised, here is a selection of my latest Provence oil paintings. Some of these are already sold. However, if you’d like something similar, or have a favourite view from P... read more
Posted on 29 March 2020 | 8:36 am
As we enter another fortnight of tough Covid-19 confinement measures in France in an attempt to #flattenthecurve, you may be wondering how you can support smaller businesses in the Alpes-Maritimes.
Th... read more
Posted on 28 March 2020 | 5:25 pm
The Riviera Grapevine
Travelling in France is unlikely to bore anyone for a second visit. In fact, it takes more than one day…
The post Travelling in France 101: Notre Dame de Paris appeared first on English Girl In... read more
Posted on 25 March 2020 | 8:24 am
English Girl In France
A while back we bought these chairs second hand. As much as they were a much needed addition to our dining room, white was never going to work in a house with three kids. So I started hunting for some... read more
Posted on 24 March 2020 | 2:53 pm
Wild Oak Wood
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