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Hello. My name is Anna Fill and I welcome you to my website. If you’re a woman living or working on the Riviera or if you are just visiting, this is the place for you. My site is full of inspirational people and interesting articles, so keep coming back and let us help you live your Riviera life to the full!



PS Men: don’t feel left out; you are very welcome here too!


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General Articles

Did you know: Dogs Use Their Eyes to Manipulate Humans

A New Study Finds Dogs Use Their Eyes to Manipulate Humans in the Same Way Babies Do. The study reveals the ‘key to cuteness’ in dogs... Read more

Tuesday, 1 August 2017    Section: General Articles

Events

The Forbidden City: Imperial China at Grimaldi Forum Monaco

The Forbidden City opens its gates at the Grimaldi Forum in Monaco. The event will run through until 10th September. You will experience the many wonders of Imperial China. Find out more

Friday, 28 July 2017    Section: Events    Author: Celina Lafuente de Lavotha

Events

Vivaitalia (Formerly Britalia) this July 2017

Welcome to July 2017 - Upcoming get-togethers with Vivaitalia... Read more

Sunday, 2 July 2017    Section: Events

Anna Fill Interviews

Interview: Rossella Esposito... The Lemon Goddess of Sorrento

We meet with Rossella Espirito of I giardini Di Cataldo in Sorrento. She is the latest generation that works within the family business who create Limoncello and all things lemons. Never has there been another woman who has such a zest for life and lemons. Meet Rossella

Saturday, 1 July 2017    Section: Anna Fill Interviews

People and Places

Atelier JCB - Upholsterer

This is a family business now run by Jean-Claude Bonura in Monaco. Atelier JCB can create anything you wish, bespoke interior designs in the home using quality leather and fabrics, to marine upholstery, furniture and motorcycle upholstery. Read more

Saturday, 1 July 2017    Section: People and Places
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Art and Artists

Art at The Grand Hotel Excelsior Vittoria

We view some of the most extravagant pieces of artwork in and around The Grand Hotel Excelsior Vittoria in Sorrento and on the island of Capri.  Read more

Saturday, 1 July 2017    Section: Art and Artists

Food and Recipes

Ricotta e Pera di Ristorante Tasso

Ristorante Tasso sits in the very heart of Sorrento. Following The Riviera Woman's recent mission to Sorrento, and an evening dining at Ristorante Tasso, we took away with us not only a beautiful experience but a recipe that we know you will want to experience for yourself. Read more

Saturday, 1 July 2017    Section: Food and Recipes

Health and Beauty

New Generation Zumba

Zumba is still one of the best and fun ways to keep fit and in shape. All you need is some good music, a great instructor and a lot of energy. Anette Shine pioneered Zumba in Monaco and her classes are still going strong. This July Anette is back teaching Zumba to a group of teens who will be embracing the Zumba philosophy. Read more

Saturday, 1 July 2017    Section: Health and Beauty

General Articles

Sarah's Vignettes: The American Girl by Rachael English

Sarah Swan just loves to read books, books and more books. Summer is here and it is time to get busy reading. This month Sarah shares with us her review on the book titled 'The American Girl' by Rachael English... Read more

Saturday, 1 July 2017    Section: General Articles

General Articles

When the problem isn’t the real problem

Our inspirational series of themed articles based either on people’s personal experience or questions that tend to reoccur in coaching sessions and are of interest to us all. This month our coach Judy Churchill raises the issue of 'When the problem isn’t the real problem'. Read more

Saturday, 1 July 2017    Section: General Articles    Author: Judy Churchill
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