Rachael HELPS! aka Rachael Hampton online portfolio

Rachael Hampton is a :

🧰 Learning Experience Designer,
🧠 Curriculum & Instructional Designer,
and ✍🏼Writer(in 🇺🇸English and 🇫🇷French).

Based in Toulouse, France 🧀 🥖.

Rachael HELPS! is the alter ego of Rachael Hampton,
a portfolio and creative playground blog.

This space allows me to show you how I design and develop creative learning experiences for companies, schools and organizations in large and small industries.
And let's not forget my mad skills in writing and graphic design

Rachael HELPS ! représente l'alter ego de Rachael Hampton, une experte en ingénierie pédagogique multimodale et Digital Learning Manager.

Cet espace est dédié à la démonstration de ma créativité dans la conception et le développement d'expériences d'apprentissage pour diverses entreprises, écoles et organisations dans des industries variées.

Et bien sûr, n'oublions pas mes talents de rédactrice et de graphiste qui viennent compléter cette palette d'expertise !
Breaking Into the French Friend Zone | Living in France

Escape the Expat Bubble and Use These Tested Tips to Make Friends in France

A reader writes: Hi Rachael. When you moved abroad initially, or even when you moved around within France, how did you get to a new place and establish friendships? I’m sure it’s easier when you are in a relationship but how did you make new friends as a single woman in a new country or […]

7 Challenges starting a Business In France by Rachael HELPS!

7 Challenges I Wish Somebody Had Told Me When I Started My Business In France

A reader writes: Hello Rachael, Thank you for your amazing resources through your website and YouTube channel. My question to you is, what was the most difficult challenges you faced when starting a business while living abroad? How much money would you recommend a person to save before moving to Toulouse or Nantes, France? I […]

French grammar, my 5 ingredients to learning with dyslexia. | Rachael HELPS!

Pulling Back The Curtains And Showing You How To Learn French Grammar With Dyslexia

A reader writes: My daughter is learning French in school (she is 15) and I find that I would love to be able to communicate with her. I am 52, with dyslexia and have dyscalculia (dyslexic with math). However, I am driven and want to learn, but I stopped because I have difficulty with grammar. […]