INSPIRELLE's first Speed Coaching event gave the Parisian expat community a unique opportunity to connect with some amazing, English-speaking coaches.
Tweens think they're more digitally savvy than they are. Digital parenting expert Elizabeth Milovidov gives advice on setting screen limits for tweens.
Moving to a different country means a lot of things. It means a new environment, potentially a new language, and new routines. It can also mean a very different financial picture and arrangement for the family. How can we handle these changes, which can potentially have a long-term impact on the family's overall financial well-being and retirement planning?
Talking to kids about money doesn't need to be uncomfortable. Financial coach Yulin Lee offers practical advice to best prepare them for the future.
Expat women have a crazy amount of balls juggling in the air. It’s not a bad thing, really. My schedule is crazy and every time I keep it balanced, I give myself a huge pat on the back. But, trivia time: What happens when you worry about getting the oxygen mask on someone else before yourself?
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.
A Canadian marketing executive reveals how two transformative experiences—a divorce and a deep-water dive—led her to create her own House of High Jewelry and become one of the gem stars of the world.
How does the French Healthcare system work? What did my husband and I learn about our health coverage when we had to resolve our older daughter's hearing issues? We learned A LOT about how to ensure our family is covered when faced with any health concern.
Over summer your family probably spent more time connected than they usually spend during the school year. But there is no reason to panic or to feel guilty. You can transition back to school and back to work in a painless manner with a digital detox!