Christmas Sale

Podcast Appearance and a 12 Days of Christmas Sale on Moving to France!

I recently appeared on Meet the Expats to talk about my ten years of living in France and my reflections on the journey. You can find it wherever you like to listen to your podcasts or via the direct player below. One of the themes that has been most on my mind recently is the question of citizenship vs. residency and there’s a segment of the episode devoted to that topic.

Earlier last month I also offered the Nomadic Matt community a webinar on moving to France which featured some ideas I outlined in 29 Days to France. The webinar was around 80 minutes long and is now available for purchase as a stand-alone item here. On that page you can watch a free 15-minute preview of the webinar I did.

This webinar is now available as free bonus content for those who are students of my Profession Liberale and Visitor Visa video courses. Next week we are also going to be sending free passes for the webinar to all those who have already bought the paperback edition of the book in gratitude for them supporting us. We also don’t want them to miss out on this offer just because they already bought the book!

In the meantime, to celebrate the end of the year and the festive season, starting on Christmas Day, also known as the First Day of Christmas, we will be offering that webinar ($20 value) for free for anyone who buys a paperback edition of our book. The offer will continue until Twelfth Night, the Epiphany, also known as the Twelfth Day of Christmas.

Use the content I share to springboard you into a New Year’s resolution: 2023 is the year that you plan your move to France!

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