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Annie André
Your Live In France Expert

Hi I'm Annie, spicy food lover, digital marketer and move to France expert from North America. After getting laid off from our jobs in California, my husband and I decided to take the road less traveled and make our dream to live in France a reality. Now after living in France for 5 years, our 3 kids are bilingual, I have grown my freelance career as a digital marketer and I've accumulated a boat load of information to help you achieve what we have- and I share it all on this site. Click here to read more!

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Europe’s Hot Springs: 5 Spa Cities Worth Visiting
One of the best things about living in France is that the rest of Europe is an hour’s flight away – or two, at most. Here are 5 spa cities worth travelling too... for a weekend getaway outside of France..
How To Buy A Fast Charging Universal USB Car Charger
Here is everything you need to know about buying a superior quality universal USB car charger that charges super fast. A must have for anyone who needs charging on-the-go.
15 Fabulous French Gifts For Francophiles Obsessed With France
Need to buy a gift for someone who happens to be a Francophile and loves all things French? Forget cheesy souvenirs, I've put together a list of unique French gifts any self-respecting French wannabee would love to receive. All of which, you can easily find and order online or in some cases find locally.
5 Road Trip Must Haves For Ladies Who Want To Look And Feel Fresher
Tired of feeling and looking like crap on a road trip? Here are 5 beauty products every woman, mother, sister, girlfriend or conscientious guy should pack on a road-trip. Guaranteed to keep you feeling and looking fresher during your travels. Cause no one wants to look like crap!
10 Things You Didn’t Know About Halloween In France But Should
Despite the anti-sentiment surrounding an American style Halloween and the fact that the concept of Halloween is relatively new to France, it is still celebrated in small pockets throughout France. Here are a few things you should know before hand which might make it more enjoyable.