At the beginning of February, you may be looking for an original gift idea for the lovers' day. To change a little from the traditional bouquet of red roses brandished every February 14th, we have listed for you 5 original gift ideas on the theme of flowers.
Since January 1, 2023, disposable dishes and packaging are prohibited in fast food outlets for meals eaten on site and must be replaced by washable and reusable containers. The end of disposable packaging in fast food restaurants is a small revolution in this sector. We propose to better understand the objectives and consequences of this measure in 7 questions.
Epiphany, which is celebrated on January 6th in the Christian calendar, is the day when we 'pull the kings' by sharing the traditional 'galette des rois' with our families. This widely followed custom celebrates, in the Catholic tradition, the presentation of the Baby Jesus to the three Wise Men.
January 1, 2023 is marked by many changes at the Post Office, with the end of the famous red stamp. To frank a priority letter, it is now necessary to use the red e-stamp service through his smartphone or computer. Explanations.
For Christmas and New Year's Eve, more than for any other occasion, a festive outfit is a must. For all those who are reluctant to make an effort to dress up, we have listed 5 good reasons to look good for the holidays.
Emblematic shoes of ski resorts, the Moon Boots are an Italian invention. We invite you to discover the amazing story of the Moon Boot, an after ski boot inspired by the Apollo 11 mission!
Due to strong tensions in the energy market, there is a risk of electricity shortages in France for the winter of 2023. In case of supply problems, power cuts and load shedding could occur. We explain to you how electricity load shedding works in France.
Did you know that in Italy the distribution of gifts to children continues until the day of the Epiphany? On the night of January 5 to 6, an old woman with the appearance of a witch called the Befana passes through the houses to reward the good children. Here is everything you need to know about this typically Italian tradition in 5 questions.
Have you ever wondered about the origin of the Morris columns that display posters of shows and movies in many French cities? For all those who are intrigued by this piece of street furniture and its history, here are 5 unusual facts about the Morris column.
With less than ten days to go until Christmas, many of us are still working on our Christmas Eve or December 25th menu. If you are lacking inspiration and/or have health or budget constraints for Christmas dinner, read our article below! We've come up with 5 festive menus for all tastes.