Are you a "trailing wife" or a ”trailing spouse”? Few people understand what this wretched expression means, and even fewer are able to express how it really feels to leave everything behind to follow a partner fulfilling his or her career path abroad. Yet Kristin Louise Duncombe has hit it on the nail first with her memoir, "Trailing", and now in her newest book, "Five Floors Up".
The American Library in Paris, a cultural and literary hub for Anglophones in the City of Light, gets a major upgrade to better serve its community.
Holistic psychotherapist Connie-Lee Bennet explains how communicating from the heart, not the head, can make networking a more meaningful experience.
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?
Sometimes the most exciting places in the world can be the most daunting, especially if you’re facing the new challenges alone. Luckily, there's a telephone hotline in Paris run by volunteers where you can talk to someone when you're in need.
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.
Avoid financial woes after getting divorced with these helpful tips from Justine Trueman, a specialist on expat women and money issues.