Moving your career to France can be a fulfilling and attractive option, as Australian and British expat Gabriella Castelmore discovered when she joined a French multinational in Paris five years ago. She shares the benefits of corporate life in France
In the April 2019 issue of Living France you can find out how the French job market works, how to make the most of French car boot sales, and hear more inspirational stories from those who are living the dream
Natasha Alexander, 45, lives with her husband and their three children, aged 14, 12 and eight in Manche. She writes the blog Our Normandy Life about living in France and in particular what it's like to move there with older children
Thousands of people in France are signing up to a Rien de Neuf (nothing new) challenge, which involves trying not to buy any new products and instead re-using and exchanging items and buying second-hand. So, what are the alternatives to buying new in France?
France is known and envied for its sense of style and the country has certainly produced an immense amount of interior design talent, each with their unique approach. Find out a bit more about some of France's most successful interior designers who might inspire a new look for your home.
There are 136 English-speaking international schools in France. These present a great opportunity for English speaking teachers and expat parents looking at education options for their children. We take a closer look at nine international schools and what they offer…
From spectacular countryside to charming villages and landmark urban settings, France has plenty to offer the film industry in terms of locations. Here are some ideas for where to go if you are an avid lover of the silver screen.
At Living France we aim to bring you useful insight into life in France to help and inspire you to live the life you have always dreamed of. Here are 11 things we learned about life in France in our March issue:
With online dating apps and plenty of social events, finding love in France has never been so easy - or fun. As Valentine's Day approaches, we look at the online and offline options available when it comes to dating in France
It's never too late for a grown-up gap year, even if you have children in tow. As Amy Jones embarks on a new life in Deux-Sèvres with her husband Richard and two their young sons, she shares her advice on planning and funding a year abroad in France