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Searching for Good News in Uncertain Times

Nutritionist Charlotte Debeugny reflects on uncertain times and the silver linings that could emerge from the stormclouds ahead.
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Community Connections: Women’s Groups to Plug You Into Paris

INSPIRELLE gives you the scoop on essential women’s associations and clubs which have helped generations of women make France feel more like home. So, what are you waiting for? Get connected!
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Tackling Domestic Abuse in France through Solidarity and Support

Meet the woman providing help to expats experiencing domestic abuse through providing resources and lending a caring ear.
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Do It The French Way – They Don’t Call it the French Kiss for Nothing, Right?

Looking for ways to spice up your sex life? Take these tips from the French to slow things down, turn up the heat and learn the language of love.
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2020: Act Now for Women and for Our Planet

Climate change and gender inequality are two of the biggest issues facing our world today. Here's how you can be part of the solution and bring about positive change.
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Dating Yourself in Paris

Alone in Paris? No problem. An empty nester encourages you to embrace your freedom by dating yourself in the world's most romantic city.
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Where to Celebrate Chinese New Year in Paris

Happy Year of the Rat! Looking for ways to celebrate? Here's a guide to where and when to join in the festivities for Chinese New Year in Paris!
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A Stroll Along the Seine with Bestselling Author Elaine Sciolino

Award-winning author Elaine Sciolino takes readers on a journey to discover the source of the Seine River, the heart of Paris and lifeblood of the French people.
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Holiday Fun and Great Bargains at the American Winter Festival in Paris

It’s the biggest and longest-running bazaar in Paris, organized by the city’s American community. Impossible to walk out empty-handed at this year's American Winter Festival!

EKIPP: Building a Community, One Extraordinary Kid at a Time

For parents of special-needs children, being an expat can be especially lonely and difficult. Luckily, the EKIPP support network is here to help.