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Frances Marcellin
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British freelance journalist, writer and professional blogger based in the South of France
British freelance journalist, writer and professional blogger based in the South of France

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My latest for CNN: "The cruise ships with the best Wi-Fi"

http://edition.cnn.com/2016/07/01/travel/cruise-ships-with-the-best-wi-fi/

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Good news! The Wannabe Supermaman blog has been featured in an article in Woman & Home magazine that I wrote about how I met my "super homme", aka, my wonderful husband.

It's in the "Lessons in Love" section of the July 2016 issue. You can read it by clicking on the PDF link in the latest blog post here:

https://wannabesupermamansfranglaislife.wordpress.com/2016/06/06/wannabe-supermaman-blog-featured-in-woman-home-magazine/

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My latest for New Scientist: NHS could soon use smart outfit to diagnose epilepsy

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This article offers excellent advice to anyone looking to buy property in France and who wants to find a good deal - plus it includes a link to a free ten-page, full-colour property insights PDF that Home Hunts has just published, called INSIDE FRANCE

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My new blog post on Wannabe Supermaman: "The anxious world of motherhood: Five ways I (almost) wipe out my worst-case scenario worries".

Thanks for reading!

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New blog  post: "How I'm trying to build confidence in my three year old"

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It was a record-breaking year for the sale of older houses in France in 2015. In this article for Home Hunts I write about the luxury French property market's prospects in 2016. 

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My piece for New Scientist: "Glow-in-the-dark bacterial lights could illuminate shop windows" - https://t.co/6tWPvEKvED #FrenchTech

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Loved writing this piece, NUMA and Cisco gave such enthusiastic interviews - they're so passionate about what they're doing. Exciting times for startups. Exciting times in France for new business, no matter what people say about administration and red tape, there's a shift and things are changing. 

Why France's biggest startup accelerator, NUMA, is going global with Cisco

http://www.zdnet.com/article/why-frances-biggest-startup-accelerator-is-going-global-with-cisco/
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