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Overwhelmed By Your Life? Perhaps It Is Time to Simplify

If you had millions of dollars, what would you do? Buy an expensive house and car? How about a used van and park it by the ocean? That is exactly what Major League pitcher Daniel Norris did. Instead of spending his multimillion dollar contract to live up to the appearance of a celebrity ball …

Why I Quit My Big Time, Powerful, Six-Figure Corporate Job

Dating back to high school, I had a dream of becoming a wildly successful businesswoman. At the time, and for the next 20-something years of my life, "wildly successful" meant money, titles, secretaries, travel (in first class of course), a condominium with a view in a big city, and Diane …

How I Visualized My Way to a Corporate Layoff

It was during my daily commute home from work on the Metro North train to Manhattan from Connecticut when my boss called. He had never called before, but somehow I was expecting this call.<p>"Tara," he said timidly, "you're on the list."<p>"Oh shit," I responded, quite surprised.<p>"Yes, and I am too," he …

What to Do on Sunday in Paris?

01 of 06<p>Avoid Sunday Boredom: Dining, Shopping, Strolling, & More<p>Along with drawn-out meals, coveted tables at cafe terraces in the sun, and freshly …

French Travel Advice | Practical Info For Your Trip to France

April 20, 2018<p>Cannes evokes visions of glimmering azure waters, swaying palm trees, fine beaches, and the glitz and glamour of the playground of the …

France

Not Terrible Near the Musée d’Orsay

If you’ve worked up an appetite while waiting in line to see the Monets and Manets, here’s a selection of our favorite places just a short stroll …

Paris: advice and tips for family-friendly attractions, restaurants and hotels

These recommendations, and hundreds more, can be found in the <b>free Telegraph Travel Guides app</b>. The app features expert guides to destinations including Paris, Rome, New York and Amsterdam, with Edinburgh, Barcelona and Venice among those to be added in the coming weeks.<p>Attractions<p><b>Eiffel Tower</b> <br>This …

Paris

A hub for hedonists, a wellspring of inspiration for artists, and a haven for history buffs: Paris is a fantasy destination for millions of travelers …

Paris Treats, Classic and Avant-Garde

Shops and bakeries are introducing spruced-up versions of classic Parisian foods. Here are the best addresses to try traditional and eclectic takes …

A Local's Guide to Paris

There are those who dream about Paris and those who devote their lives to making it a part of their lives. Six years as a local and I can say that my …

Basilique du Sacré-Cœur

The snowy white dome of the Basilique du <b>Sacre-Coeur</b> sits majestically atop the arty district of Montmartre, surveying the city of Paris.<p>Distinctive …

Wake up in Montmartre

Up on the Parisian hill<p>The highest point in Paris is the Montmartre in the 18th arrondissement. Still higher is the Sacre Coeur basilica, which can …

Stroll the Royal Gardens

There's the picture-perfect Luxembourg Gardens, the vast Tuileries, the intimate Place des Vosges and the Buttes Chaumont, a local hangout. But for a …

The Greatest Street in Paris

So, you think you know Paris? There are hundreds of memorable streets and boulevards in the City of Lights. But, for my money, Rue Montorgueil is the …

Deconstructed! A Guide to the 2nd Arrondissement in Paris

<b>Deconstructed!</b> is a new series of posts that breaks down select urban centers by their individual areas and offers recommendations for hotels, …

Travel Tip #15: If you're a Louvre Museum aficionado, admission is free on Friday evenings, the first Sunday of each month, and July 14th. - The Cultureur | A Luxury Travel and Lifestyle Blog

For all you Louvre Museum aficionados, whether it’s your 1st time or 30th time, it pays to know there are certain times and dates that admission is</i> …

5 DOs and DON'Ts in Paris, France

<i>Paris is always a good idea.</i><p>My dearest Audrey Hepburn, how right you are. Paris is fabulous in any season, but spring shows it in its best light, in …

The Louvre

A Unique Way to Explore the Louvre<p>The Louvre is at once spectacular and intimidating, and for art novices, the sheer size of its collection may even …

France

The Perfect Valentine’s Day in Paris

Valentine's Day may be just around the corner, but it's not too late to plan a romantic getaway for you and your beloved. And where better to escape to than the City of Lights?

A Journey on the Paris Metro with Author Lorant Deutsch

By Lorànt Deutsch, author of <i>Metronome:</i> <i>A History of Paris from the Underground Up</i><p>At the age of 15 I went to live in Paris, and took with me my love of …

34 Reasons Why You Should Study Abroad In Paris

Paris will forever hold a piece of my heart: the city, the people, the art, the culture, the long walks along the Seine (the list goes on). To quote Ernest Hemingway, on living in Paris, "...The memory of each person who has lived in it differs from that of any other." Here are 34 reasons why I …

Where to Find the Perfect Croissants in Paris

As dawn breaks in Paris, doughy smells permeate the air, and locals line up at neighborhood <i>boulangeries</i> for freshly baked croissants to enjoy alongside their morning coffee–and as an afternoon <i>goûter</i>, or snack.<p>These yeast-leavened pastries from Vienna—known there as <i>viennoiserie</i>s—reportedly arrived …

Out of the City, Through the Woods, to a Château

A quick 40-minute train ride from the Gare de Lyon in central Paris takes you to one of the best day trips out of the city: a forest preserve …

Domestic Bliss: Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt at Home

The Steven Klein shoot that started it all: Mr. and Mrs. Smith costars Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie play house in Palm Springs. (July 2005)