Life Spain

Category: Life Spain

18 May 2016
Jeanne has a background in Information and Communication Technology (ICT) and worked for 11 years at one of the National Autism Society ...
06 May 2016
I grew up in Sydney, Australia in a small street with only ten houses. All the families were friends and we all looked after each ...
28 April 2016
Millie Slavidou is a British writer and translator, and the mother of a bilingual child, living and working in Greece. She writes about ...
22 April 2016
Looking for legal guidance on Spanish or international matters? Advice on property, insurance, tax, family, trademarks & patents, ...
30 March 2016
Audrey Reeder is Headteacher of The Olive Tree School in Sant Pere de Ribes, just outside of Barcelona. She works with a dedicated team of ...
12 January 2016
Jennie Dalgren is a pre-school and primary teacher from Sweden with a passion to create and learn. Along with serial entrepreneur Linus ...
30 December 2015
A native of Madrid, art historian Almudena Cros founded Across Madrid in July 2014. Across Madrid offers eleven different walking tours ...
15 December 2015
Perinatal Psychologist, doula and reflexologist Alba del Cid talks to MumAbroad about her work and her belief in promoting preventive ...
14 December 2015
Josie McCoy graduated from the MA Fine Art course at Central St Martin's in 1999. Since then she has had solo exhibitions in London, ...
20 November 2015
With an almost overwhelming selection of reputable International and Public schools across Spain, knowing where to begin your search can ...
26 October 2015
Spain is one of those wondrously easy places when you have kids in tow. The folk here just love them, and because they are properly ...
18 September 2015
I left my home country almost ten years ago and, after a bit of wandering, settled in Barcelona.  I’ve long known that I won’t be ...
26 July 2015
Lying in the heart of Spain, Madrid doesn’t have a coastline so it has had to come up with some clever substitutes for families to while ...
24 June 2015
When making the lofty decision to move across the world with our then nearly 2 year old daughter, my husband and I had so many things to ...
16 June 2015
Last week I went to see my son ‘graduate’. When I say graduate. I mean the transition from infants school to primary school. A big deal ...
30 April 2015
Carrie Jaxon, born and bred in Alabama, has been living in Madrid for nearly eight years and believed she had adjusted pretty well to the ...
26 February 2015
Settling into a new country takes time, learning the social pleasantries and cultural ways is part of the process of integration. I have ...
26 February 2015
English teacher turned story teller extraordinaire, Sherry, talks to MumAbroad about the importance of reading to our children from a young ...
28 January 2015
This week as I careered through Barcelona centre juggling a silly schedule; work, doctor’s appointments, children’s birthday ...
03 December 2014
I love blogs about living overseas and have enjoyed following a few. They have helped me and inspired me a lot. I would say however, that ...
27 November 2014
Lou Melotte, mum, entrepreneur, teacher and long time resident of Barcelona and Sitges, recalls travelling with her young children ...