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Bonjour and bienvenue!

First of all thank you to everyone who has emailed questions about buying property in France – I’ve replied to you all and I hope it helps! This is a new service – our “Ask the Experts” section in TGLF magazine – whether it’s buying a home, financial advice, foreign currency, renovation, anything to do with life in France, we’ll try to help you if you have a question. We have a lot more practical advice coming up in the magazine and expat stories but if there’s anything you’d like me to cover – just send me an email.

Quite a few of you have messaged me to ask why I’m not writing about my day to day life so much these days! Well there’s a very good reason, I’m writing a book about my life in France and so all of my stories are going into that – it’s due out this year all being well and I’ll let you know more nearer the time. But to all of you who asked if I’m okay – yes I am and thank you so much for contacting me, I really appreciate it.

This week in rural France, blossom is appearing and my ducks are trying to nest (I push them off the eggs every day though, with more than 30 ducks already I don’t really want any more). I’ve been working on the next magazine due out Friday 4 March and it’s a corker – I hope you’ll love it as much as I’ve enjoyed putting it together! It’s free to read online

There’s a ton of great stuff on the website this week – time to relish the weekend with a great read about France and all things French!

Bon weekend and bisous from France,

Top Picks from the Website this week:

What to do in Apt Provence – you’re guaranteed a sweet visit in the town where crystallised fruit looks like jewels in a cabinet…

Great cakes of France the Religieuse – so called because it apparently looks like a nun in her habit – hmm, not sure about that, what do you think?

5 Top Things to do in Toulouse the “pink and blue city” of southern France

Essential Pensions Information for British expats in France – rule changes mean some expats will be impacted, here’s what you need to know…

The magnificent Chateau de Fontainebleau – this was Napoleon Bonaparte’s favourite chateau, it’s absolutely stunning as shown in a beautiful book called A Day At Chateau de Fontainebleau (I’ve got a copy to give away – details in the Spring magazine).

The Perfect Pan Bagnat recipe – this loaf filled sandwich from Nice will match the hungriest appetite!

Thank you so much for sharing the articles you like with your friends and for following me on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram I appreciate it enormously.

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