1. What is My French Life™?
We’re a community of francophiles and French natives & expats who want to discover French lifestyle beyond the cliché. We know there’s so much more to France than meets the eye.
Through our online magazine, this community shares insider tips, advice and suggestions to challenge our thinking about France; to be savvy travellers rather than tourists; and to live and dream every day en français.
2. What will I get if I become a member?
Our members immerse themselves in our online magazine and newsletter – ‘Le Bulletin’. Translating an online experience and community into strong, real-life connections is very important to us, so we invite members to our special events all around the world – in Melbourne and Paris, with London, Chicago and NYC coming soon.
3. How do I become a member?
We’re glad you asked! Simply click on the red button in the top right hand corner of your screen to get started. We’ll then walk you through the process.
4. How do I sign up for regular newsletters?
By becoming a member! (Don’t worry, it’s free.) Just click on the red button in the top right hand corner of your screen.
If you’ve already signed up as a member – don’t worry, you automatically become part of our email subscriber list.
5. Where can you find us (in the real world)?
Funny you should ask – chances are, a handful of our team members are already working in your city! Our teams of writers, editors and interns are based all across the world.
Our offices are based in Melbourne, Australia, and Judy spends time in France and Paris several times each year. We also have a strong contingency of correspondents and interns based in Paris (we’re always on the lookout for more!)
6. What is the French thread™?
‘The French Thread™’ is a notion which is at the core of the My French Life™ community. As a community we started as strangers. It is the French Thread™ – being our interest, curiosity and passion for all things French – which connects us. It’s that special thing we all have in common, although we come from different backgrounds, nationalities and places.
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