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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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Journey to the Saneeswaran Temple in India

Jill Pirdas has just returned from a trip to south India. She is privilaged to have been able to live experiences off the beaten tourist track. Jill now knows why cow's uteruses hang in trees, how to run away from an elephant, why termites nests are often reveared and can give you tips on head shaving. Read more

Saturday, 1 April 2017    Section: General Articles

General Articles

A Fortunate Encounter with a Nice Dentist

An unfortunate encounter with the floor was not what Annie Sweet planned but on this occasion where there is pain there is gain and a very pleasant female dentist in Nice. Read more

Saturday, 1 April 2017    Section: General Articles

Fashion

The Monte-Carlo Fashion Week (MCFW©)

The Monte-Carlo Fashion Week (MCFW©) is back in the Principality June 1-3, 2017. For its 5th edition the MCFW© supports the Princess Charlene of Monaco Foundation. The runway special guest will be the famous revolutionary italian designer Chiara Boni. Read more

Tuesday, 21 March 2017    Section: Fashion

Health and Beauty

Revolution - End Split Ends

Everyone at some point suffers from split ends. Bio Hair are introducing a new technique to tackle the issue without the need to have a harsh hair cut. The Split-Ender preserves the length and restores good healthy looking hair. Read more

Wednesday, 1 March 2017    Section: Health and Beauty

General Articles

Dystopian Prophecy: Can fiction become reality?

At first glance, the idea that dystopian fiction can be a form of prophecy may seem preposterous--or at best, presumptuous... Award winning author Melissa Roen explores the possibility of how present global situations are resembling certain pages of George Orwell's 1984.  Read more

Wednesday, 1 March 2017    Section: General Articles
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Fashion

A diamond moment! Forever in love.

The giving of engagement rings from a man to a woman has taken place for centuries but how much do you know about this tradition and display of true and eternal love? Read more

Wednesday, 1 March 2017    Section: Fashion

Art and Artists

Featured Artist: Nicola Powys

This March we feature Nicola Powys, who describes herself as an artist, teacher and creative guide living in Antibes on the French Riviera. We take our own tour of her website and feature 4 pieces of her artwork. See more

Wednesday, 1 March 2017    Section: Art and Artists

Health and Beauty

The Balancing Act

We all strive to have a healthy lifestyle, so we look at how being able to control your balance can be a key to a healthy mind. Read more

Wednesday, 1 March 2017    Section: Health and Beauty

Health and Beauty

Organic Detox Bar - Juice Of The Month

Tara Ostrowe is Chief nutritionist and author of the Organic Religion Detox Program. On The Riviera Woman, we will feature organic juices full of pure goodness. This month we feature the Great 4 Juice for an energy & vitamin boost. Read more

Wednesday, 1 March 2017    Section: Health and Beauty

General Articles

Judy Churchill: Personal Experiences: Why we all need Disruption!

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. In article 8 Judy Churchill talks about why we all need disruption... Read more

Wednesday, 1 March 2017    Section: General Articles
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