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Settling Into Balance and Authentic Happiness in Paris

After the initial thrill of arriving in Paris, check out these tips to find the people and activities that will make your adopted city feel like home.
Nathalie Sommer

Discover How You’re Erotically Wired

Find out why knowing how you’re erotically wired is key to a better sex life and relationships from Relationship and Intimacy Coach Nathalie Sommer.

Paris Bids a Loving Farewell to Patricia Laplante-Collins

Paris bids a fond farewell to Patricia Laplante-Collins, who hosted Patricia’s Expat Soirées every week for decades, connecting people with passion.

Le Divorce: Part 3 – Get Support Over the Long Haul

In Part 3 of our series, learn how self-care and reaching out to others can lift you up when facing divorce in a foreign country.
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Le Divorce: Part 2 – Getting a Lawyer (Beware!)

In Part 2 of our three-part series on divorce in France, get sound advice on how to seek the right lawyer to represent you in a split that could bring serious consequences to your life.
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Le Divorce in France: Part 1 – Hard Facts and Painful Truths

Even in a country known for romance, half of all marriages fail. In the first of a three-part series, get valuable tips on “le divorce” in France.
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Charities in Paris: How to Help People in Need Over the Festive Season

Christmas is a time of giving and goodwill. What better way to spread some festive goodwill than by volunteering or making a donation to a charity which helps people in need?
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Utopian Mob Hotel Welcomes Paris Community and Refugees for the Holidays

Discover a new eco-friendly, ethically responsible hotel that’s becoming a hub for meaningful exchanges and unique experiences
AAWE Bazaar

Holiday Fun and Great Bargains at the Biggest American Bazaar in Paris

It’s the biggest and longest-running “brocante”, or bazaar, in Paris organized by the city’s American community. The annual AAWE Bazaar is a mind-blowing one-day rummage sale.
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Man in the Kitchen: Table for One in the Empty Nest

No matter how much you prepare, empty nest syndrome can hit you hard. Ken Carlton, author and father of two boys off to college, describes the heartbreak of cooking and eating alone.