May Well-being Tips with Lucy Thompson- Viewing Yourself as a Bigger Entity

I do hope you found last month’s spring focus helpful? I’m delighted to say that Lucy Thompson our well being expert here at Love French Style Blog is back again, taking us into May with some fantastic advice on reconnecting with ourselves and our surroundings. While we may still be limited in movements with some Read the full article…

Made in Charente Podcast

Made in Charente Podcast Episode 4 : Sandra Jamet Espace Revêtement

Coucou! Episode 4 dêja de cette petite serie de podcasts Made in Charente! N’oubliez pas vous pouvez les retrouver aussi sur Itunes et Google Play. Cette semaine on parle de déco avec la reine de style maison en Charente, Sandra Jamet de l’Espace Revêtement Ruffec! Moi, j’adore le décoration maison et depuis longtemps son magasin Read the full article…

It’s Le Weekend : Choosing a Rosé, My New French Podcast & Feeling Wild!

Bonjour bonjour! I hope you’ve all had a great week? We are all set for back to school in a week. Horror of horrors I’d lost the school list detailing which pens and books to buy but thankfully another Maman saved my bacon. So that’s that, in a flash the long summer days were gone Read the full article…

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Finding your way around a French supermarket

Finding Your Way Around A French Supermarket

Heading off on your holidays to France soon? Can’t ever seem to find anything in the local shops with screaming kids and moaning husband in tow? Here’s Love French Style Blog’s quick guide to finding your way around a French supermarket while you’re there! ” CORONAVIRUS INFORMATION. In all French shops you are currently required Read the full article…

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A New Year, A New You?

Well hello everybody! Happy New Year to you! Did you have a lovely time? We are feeling the cold and like we need to hibernate, save money and eat less pork and pastry goods. Did you make any NY resolutions? I’m not a fan, why lie to yourself? However, I do think that the new Read the full article…

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Going to school in France

How Our Children Mirror Us

So my little Woody Woodpecker has just gone into CP which is the start of “real’ primary school here in France. It seems to have gone so fast his early years. He really did NOT enjoy the first few years of French Maternelle, I don’t think he found enough to keep him interested. The French Read the full article…

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Moving to France post Brexit

Le Déménagement Outre-Mer: Moving Abroad Made Easy

It’s a well-accepted fact that it can be tough to move house, but moving abroad with kids in tow, well that would be off that chart, right? In fact, it’s not as hard as you might think, especially if you follow the tips provided in the guide below. Making Dreams a Reality One way that Read the full article…

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Let There Be Light! How to Brighten a Dark Room

No matter which room of the house it is, walking into a dark and gloomy room can be quite depressing. Thank goodness spring is finally on it’s way! If you have a naturally dark room in the house, here are some great tips on brightening a dark room. Identifying the Cause There may be an Read the full article…

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