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man in the kitchen

Man in the Kitchen: Short Order Cook in a Commuter Marriage

Ken Carlton shares his first in a series of ruminations on food and life ...
raising boys

Man in the Kitchen: How Do You Raise Your Boys Today?

Author and father Ken Carlton reflects on how to raise kind, open-minded and outspoken sons in today's topsy-turvy world.
ISP Plus

ISP Plus Offers Fun, Skill-Building Holiday Camps for Kids in Paris

Looking for activities to keep your kids engaged over the school holidays? ISP Plus offers fun, innovative and educational programs for kids on Saturdays and during all school holidays in Paris.
sex and swinging

Man in the Kitchen: Sex and Swinging in a Modern Marriage

Sex and swinging are all the rage these days. But our Man in the Kitchen says there's more than one way to add spice to a long-term relationship.
restored world

Man in the Kitchen: Longing For A World Restored

Our Man in the Kitchen longs for a world restored when Paris can offer hope to the young and a simple French meals with friends can create lasting memories.
Easter in Paris

6 Egg-cellent Ways to Spend Easter in and Around Paris

Spending Easter in Paris? For a twist on the traditional egg hunt (chasse aux oeufs), why not get out to explore some of the spectacular museums, gardens and parks in and around Paris? Here are some of INSPIRELLE's top picks to ensure you have an eggs-ellent weekend:
digital parenting

Digital Parenting: The Inside Scoop on Screen Limits for Children (Part 1)

The first in a three-part series in which digital parenting expert Elizabeth Milovidov shares the real deal: how insiders on eSafety deal with their own children, the rules that they set and best practices.
how teenagers view the world

Teen Scene: The World We Inherit

My generation is pointed to as the one that will inherit this world with its advantages and problems. I sat down with Alice at Balzac high school in Paris for a glimpse of how teenagers view the world today and tomorrow.
parents coping with fatigue

The Motherhood Diaries: Living with Chronic Fatigue

Last week, I plopped down onto the sofa, baby in arms ready for a feed, and asked my husband to pass me a bib. Ever obliging, he brought it over and proceeded absentmindedly to tie the thing around my neck. Once I realized this was not a joke and got over the hysterics than ensued, it struck me just how tired he must be. And how tired I am. All the time.
play golf in Paris

5 of the Best Public Courses Where You Can Learn to Play Golf in Paris

You’ve been thinking about it for quite some time: GOLF. Do you, can you, swing a club and hit a tiny ball across a big lawn? You won’t know till you try. Signing up for a golf lesson is the best way to learn how to play.