Rebecca Ronane Network Provence Holiday Retreats
Expat LivingProvence Lifestyle

Interview with Rebecca Ronane: Networking and Personal Development in Provence

This article was previously published on the Global Living Magazine website (October 13, 2017). Lavender, grapevines and a Mediterranean climate. Living in Provence sounds nothing short of magical. However, behind the glorious visuals, there are the lives of expats facing day-to-day realities that include jobs, commutes, schools and, for many, …

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Benefits Expat Living Provence South France
Expat LivingMirabeau Wines

The Unexpected Benefits of Living in Rural South of France

Contributor blog post by Susana Iwase Hanson @Mirabeau Wine We all have a good idea about the expected benefits of living in this Mediterranean region: the clean air, water, the relaxing slow paced life with good wine and olive oil, the fantastic weather (so much sunshine!), and the outdoor markets full …

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Provence Lifestyle Biking Keith Van Sickle
Carolyne Kauser-AbbottExpat LivingProvence Lifestyle

Why Choose Provence Lifestyle? Experiences by Author Keith Van Sickle

Welcome to the first in a series of articles based on Provence lifestyle. These posts are an attempt to separate fact from fiction and dig into what it means to live in Provence. To discover more we ask a series of questions to understand why some people choose to visit …

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Autumn Garden South France
Expat LivingPhoebe Thomas

Living in the South of France – my autumn garden

Contributor blog post by Phoebe Thomas: Back in late 2015 I was asked by the magazine Living France to write a series of articles about my garden in the Côte d’Azur. I wrote one for each season and couldn’t publish them here on the blog as the magazine, being an actual …

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Autumn Provence @ATableenProvence
Expat LivingPaula Kane

Telling the Truth about Autumn in Provence and Fall Recipes

Contributor blog post by Paula Kane: Oh autumn, with your pretty colours, your shifting light and cool days. Everyone seems to be madly in love with you. “My favourite time of year” appears to be the overwhelming sentiment. So why exactly is it that I don’t feel that same way …

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Sun setting over the vines at Le Clos de Caveau Provence Love
Expat LivingPaula Kane

Provence it’s Love. Just Love.

Contributor blog post by Paula Kane: It’s that time again. Time to pack up and head back to Canada. As my friend said, you miss Provence before you even leave it. It’s so true and I am not sure many would understand this sentiment, but she does. It’s a feeling …

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Expat Silliness Provence
Ashley TinkerExpat Living

More Expat Silliness In Provence

Contributor blog post by Ashley Tinker: Life in France as an Expat Part II Life as an immigrant in another country is never easy. A friend of mine recently managed to mix up the French work to cook “faire cuire” with to drive “conduire.” This resulted in her explaining to …

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Lourmarin Walter Susan
Expat LivingModern Trobadors

Need help in Lourmarin? Better Call Walter

Contributor blog post by Susan Manfull: Last year, about this time, my daughter and I were on our way from Lourmarin to Château d’Esclans in La Motte, about 150 kilometers away in the département of the Var. There, we were to meet with Tom Schreckinger, Communications Director for the Château, …

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Provence Expat Life Whitmarsh Family
Expat LivingJulie Whitmarsh

Provence Expat Life: When Does a Holiday Stop and Life Begin? 

Contributor blog post by Vaucluse Dreamer: So that’s it – I’m back in the UK after another long summer at our little place in Provence – Andy’s staying on for another couple of weeks, as he came out after me and we always want to use the house as much as …

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Cote d'Azur Summer
Expat LivingJemma - French Lessons

Au Revoir: Summer 2017 on the Côte d’Azur

Contributor blog post by Jemma: Lolo has adapted completely to Toronto’s time zone. Which would be brilliant news, except that she is still waking up in Antibes. Theoretically, my pre-teen could obliterate all jet lag as we close up our Côte d’Azur home, Bellevue, and leave this beloved region for more …

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