Did the pandemic lead you to question where you were living and why? How about the impending recession? Believe it or not more people than ever before have made decisions to move somewhere else in the last couple years!
Domestic moves in a country of your own citizenship have their own challenges, but aren’t nearly on the level of international moves in which you don’t speak the language and often don’t have a lot of guidance. A lot of people face that barrier and say, “Maybe later.”
But if you want to overcome that barrier and get some ideas and tips from someone who has helped hundreds of people pursue a dream of living in France, you’ll want to attend this talk by Stephen Heiner. The Founding Editor of The American in Paris blog, Stephen has spent almost a decade in France now and he recently released a book with two other co-authors offering a step-by-step guide on moving to France.
…and much more!
He’ll also have some complimentary digital copies of the book to give away, but only to those who are TNN+ members.
Stephen Heiner (@stephenheiner) currently lives in Moret-sur-Loing, France, a small medieval town about 45 minutes south of Paris by train. He writes for enterprise-level businesses and small firms by day and runs book clubs and does long-term international travel by night.
There was a problem reporting this post.
Please confirm you want to block this member.
You will no longer be able to:
Please note: This action will also remove this member from your connections and send a report to the site admin. Please allow a few minutes for this process to complete.