• All your Favourite British TV Programmes Abroad

    Want to watch all your favourite TV programmes from back home? One expat Dad found a way and set up a business offering the service to others.

  • British Corner Shop: British food delivered worldwide

    “At British Corner Shop, it is our mission is to provide British expats and British food lovers with their favourite household items, wherever they are in the world. Whether that’s Heinz Baked Beans or Warburtons Crumpets, we are committed to delivering the nations much-loved British favourites right to their door.”

  • Christmas on the Road

    “As Christmas approaches, we’re still not sure how the day will play out this year. We won’t have piles of presents under the tree nor Christmas parties to go to, but we will be together and we will be making new, wonderful memories and traditions.”

  • How to cope with a new school system

    “If I could change one thing, it would be to have insisted on a meeting at the beginning of the school year, to ask about the processes in school – how the children are expected to be kitted out, what is the requirement in respect of uniform and sportswear, what are the rules for homework etc.”

  • 7 tips to help you take better pictures of your kids

    Mum and photographer Raquel Ferreirinha, who moved from Berlin to Dublin and now lives in Italy in a house on a hill by the Adriatic sea, talks to MumAbroad about how to photograph children.

  • Workplace Customs Around the World

    If you are moving to another country or you are doing business abroad, there are some cultural differences that you will need to take into account. Our partner Cigna Global have created this infographic that will take you through the different workplace customs around the world.

  • Expat lessons from my five-year-old

    “Rather than going through the motions and just accepting things, without making an effort to change and adapt, you can embrace your inner child and get out there.”

  • 5 Top Tips for moving abroad with children

    Learning about the new culture and engaging with your new community can help children to adapt and have a smoother transition.

  • Granny au pairs sought for their wisdom and sense of adventure

    Granpreneur Michaela Hansen, founder of Granny Aupair, matches older ladies looking for the chance to travel, with families from around the world as ‘granny au pairs’.

  • Bilingualism Myth Buster – Children are Sponges!

    “Our kids have gone from being English speakers, to German speakers, to French speakers and now back to English speakers. I realise that this is probably quite unusual, but it has given me some insight into the learning of languages, and what slumbers inside them.”

  • 10 Best Tips and Resources For Mums Starting A Business In Germany

    If you are a mum who is just starting out on her Mumpreneur journey, here are the top ten tips and resources for mums starting a business in Germany.

  • Bilinguals Think Differently Depending On Language

    Fascinating new research shows bilinguals think differently depending on the language they’re operating in