This article published recently in The Telegraph tries to answer a question I am frequently asked:




The first question we are often asked when people discover we live in France is why did we move, lock stock and barrel with three young children to a place practically nobody has heard of? . . . → Read More: Why?

Real life story – growing up in France

This week I am delighted to have a guest blogger. I know for many of my clients, one of their biggest worries about moving to France is how their children will cope with the upheaval. Well, it is half term here in France and so it seems an appropriate time to hear . . . → Read More: Real life story – growing up in France

Children should get out more…

…this is according to television presenter Kate Humble who is leading a campaign to get children back in touch with nature – and I couldn’t agree more. Of course, most of us realize that it is better for children to be outside in the fresh air with space to run around . . . → Read More: Children should get out more…

Eccentric British Behaviour

Apparently today is officially the first day of Autumn. Which, in the sunny south west of France, means that, despite the fact that the sun is shining, the sky is blue and Meteo France is forecasting 26 degrees in Saint Girons for this afternoon, everyone here is now wearing winter coats and winter boots. . . . → Read More: Eccentric British Behaviour