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Altea International School in Alicante Province, relocation advice AIS International School - a unique learning experience in Alicante province International College Spain, Madrid Interview with Mr Christopher Bromham, Principal of ICS Madrid homecare services in barcelona Homecare Services in and Around Barcelona
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Time to find our community

Time to find our community

I’ve come to realise that when you relocate to a new city or country you can divide the whole experience into 2 phases. The “setting up your basic needs” phase like finding a home, getting the kids into school, daycare, etc. and hopefully getting food in the fridge on a consistent basis. Then there is the “time to find our community” phase which actually is of equal importance. ...
Child-friendly traveling in Umbria, Italy

Child-friendly traveling in Umbria, Italy

\"The inspiration for The Little Voyager came when my son was a toddler and we went on our first holiday as a family. We booked a self-catering apartment that looked beautiful on the website but when we arrived the reality was nothing like the photos. The bed was too small to co-sleep and the staircase was a constant danger to my son, who was just about to walk.\" Ilonka Schaefer, Founder, The Little Voyager ...
Vanessa Greco co-founder of LiFT: Learning in France Together

Vanessa Greco co-founder of LiFT: Learning in France Together

Vanessa moved with her husband and 2 children to Nice in January 2016. She quickly found herself searching for activities for herself and the kids. But when dissatisfied with what she found she decided to join forces with 3 other mums and they founded LIFT French Riviera offering activities for kids including dance, theatre, sports, arts & crafts, cooking and language classes. ...
How To Save The Bees — and Have Fun Doing It!

How To Save The Bees — and Have Fun Doing It!

Steve Rogenstein talks to MumAbroad Life about BCN Honey Fest and Apicultura Urbana who is seeking partner schools to develop and implement its learning-about-bees program in English, Spanish, and Catalan. ...
Amanda Paterson of VerdeGris

Amanda Paterson of VerdeGris

\"Having left my job in Brussels and with several small children it seemed to be my opportunity to escape office life and do something I really wanted to do so I looked for a course in furniture restoration in Barcelona and after a couple of years at the school of restoration I started out on my own.\" ...
From California to Catalunya

From California to Catalunya

Diane Serra is a designer and creative director from San Diego, California now living in Olivella, Catalunya with her Catalan husband, daughter, Estel and white boxer, Ona. ...
How to make moving abroad as easy as possible for young children

How to make moving abroad as easy as possible for young children

\"Whatever the age of your child, there are things that you can do to alleviate the strain of moving on your children and replace it with enthusiasm.\" ...
Jane Mitchell in the market town of Alella

Jane Mitchell in the market town of Alella

\"The weather is great – we wake up to the sun most mornings and that alone has a very positive effect. And we are all comfortable in a multicultural and multilingual society – hopefully our children will find it easy to adapt wherever they chose to live in the future.\" ...
Doula Carolyn Hecken on 5 first trimester musts if you are pregnant in Munich

Doula Carolyn Hecken on 5 first trimester musts if you are pregnant in Munich

\"Most of us don’t live close to friends and families as our grandparents and parents once did. You may be the first of your friends or acquaintances to experience parenthood. Let’s face it, the more supported we feel, the better we feel. So start by building your system of support.\" ...
Interview with Andrea: mum of twin girls

Interview with Andrea: mum of twin girls

\"They did have a special bond, when they shared a cot they would suck on each others head, once they were in their own room, they would stand up and chat and laugh at each other, it was funny and cute.\" ...
expat mums, relocation advice
expat mums, relocation advice
expat mums, relocation advice
expat mums, relocation advice
expat mums, relocation advice

Note from the founders

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