As a child of parents who met and lived in Greece, having a home in Crete and having studied in Grenoble France, Beth has always felt more at home in those countries than the UK.
In November 2017 she moved permanently to Charente, France. Since then she has managed minor renovations on her home, established herself as an integral part of her commune and re-established her Operations consultancy in France.
Through Kalitera she provides business improvement and project management services to small businesses here as well as administrative support to individuals.
You can read Beth's blog here at mylifeinfrancefr.wordpress.com
Whilst many come to live in France as retirees to live out their golden years, lots of us are not yet of that age and must still work for a living! So, what are the important things to know about remote working in France?
France is rightly proud of its history going right back to the first appearance of man, and thousands of historical sites throughout the country pay testament to this. To mark Bastille Day, here are some ways to uncover and immerse yourself in the fascinating subject of local history in France.
If you are looking to settle into your local community in France quickly and easily, one of the most rewarding ways is by volunteering. Whatever your interests or skills, there will be a volunteering opportunity to suit you. Plus, you’ll be making a difference at the same time, says our resident Brit in France, Beth.
The outdoor lifestyle in France is one of the biggest attractions for people looking to move here permanently. Whatever your situation, or your likes or dislikes, with the range of activities on offer here there is always something for everyone!
If you wish to move to France to reduce your stresses and strains, you’ve chosen the right place. The health and wellbeing benefits of rural life in France are plentiful and ready for the taking. Enjoy and relax!