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Origin Info: 5 Things to Know About This Indicator

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Initially introduced as a score similar to the Nutri-score, the Origin score has ultimately been renamed to Origine Info approach. Here are 5 things to know about this new indicator that will start appearing on food products in the coming months.

14
Mar
2024

Train Travel: What Luggage to Take on SNCF Trains?

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If you need to take the train soon, please note that SNCF's luggage rules have changed since February 15, 2024. From now on, the number of bags allowed per passenger is limited on board TGV Inoui and Intercités trains. We will explain which bags you can bring with you on your next train journey.

04
Mar
2024

Second-hand clothes: 5 tips for successful thrift shopping

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As the fashion industry is the second most polluting in the world after the oil industry, many customers are abandoning fast fashion and turning to second-hand clothing. Thrift stores house treasures for those who know how to find them. To help you in your quest for the perfect item, here are 5 tips for shopping successfully at thrift stores.

20
Feb
2024

Valentine's Day: Gifts to Avoid

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On the eve of Valentine's Day, you may still be looking for the perfect gift. Contrary to the old saying, it's not (just) the thought that counts! Even if you believe you're doing well, some gift ideas might be poorly received by your partner. So dear Valentines, here is a list of gifts to avoid at all costs, to ensure your celebration of love goes smoothly.

13
Feb
2024

Galentine's Day or how to celebrate Valentine's Day with girlfriends

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In recent years, it's no longer essential to be in a relationship to celebrate as February 14th approaches. If you haven't found a Valentine to spend a romantic evening with, you can always celebrate Galentine's Day! We're going to explain what this alternative celebration entails, which is organized among girlfriends on February 13th.

05
Feb
2024

Walkability Barometer: Which are the pedestrian-friendly cities?

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Since 2021, the Place aux Piétons collective has launched a walkability barometer for cities and villages in France. We invite you to discover the principle and results of this ranking which honors pedestrian-friendly communities.

15
Jan
2024

Money: New Year's Gifts in 5 Questions

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The tradition of New Year's Day gifts dates back to Roman times. Despite attempts by the Church and the French Revolution to abolish this practice, it has persisted to the present day, especially for firefighters, postal workers, and building caretakers. But how much should you give and how can you avoid scams? Here is everything you need to know in 5 questions.

11
Jan
2024

When should the Christmas tree be taken down?

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Some people decorate their Christmas tree very early and take down all the decorations as soon as December 25th has passed. However, if you want to follow tradition, there is a specific date you should adhere to for removing the Christmas tree. We will explain when you should take it down to avoid bad luck.

02
Jan
2024

Top Chefs: The Auron Gastronomic Festival

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Every year, the Auron ski resort in the Southern Alps celebrates mountain gastronomy by inviting renowned and Michelin-starred chefs from the region. For a weekend, the Chefs at the Summit of Auron festival invites you to indulge in gourmet delights and get involved in cooking competitions and workshops.

02
Jan
2024

The Three Wise Men: History and Symbols

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According to tradition, the three Wise Men came from the East to pay homage to Jesus and offer him three gifts: gold, frankincense, and myrrh. We invite you to discover the history, symbols, and traditions associated with these figures.

02
Jan
2024
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