• Interview with Russell Dean, founder of Quiropractic Remedy

    “I particularly enjoy treating families; there is nothing more satisfying in clinic than seeing three different generations of the same family coming in for their regular check-ups. Through our family packs we help families look after their health. Our mantra is to allow you to Live Without Limits.” Russell Dean

  • Teaching children how to appreciate art

    Viviana Bagnato, co-founder of ART and SEEK, talks about the inspiration behind the educational programmes they offer in English for the communities of Rome.

  • Psychologist Nathalie Salaun on Postnatal Depression

    “We are all different and we have choices. What is important when feeling depressed, is to discuss the treatment options with your doctor and your loved ones and together make an informed decision on what is the best treatment for you and your baby.”

  • The Joy of Dance

    Dancer and teacher Joy Voelker talks to MumAbroad Life about lifestyle, moving to Madrid, spacial awareness and children and teaching dance to toddlers and teens.

  • British registered midwife Lynn Darbyshire in Munich

    “At Pippagina I provide prenatal and postnatal classes for expectant parents and new mothers but what I also provide is a built in support group, making sure women are connected through Whatsapp groups and email, so they have support in these early days of motherhood.”

  • 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.

  • 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 Jill Stribling, Founder of English for Fun in Madrid

    “We focus on ACTIVE learning versus passive learning. Spaniards have been learning languages passively since school began, with a big focus on grammar, memorization, worksheets and test preparation, which has led to generations of people who have studied English their whole lives but still don’t feel comfortable communicating in English in social or professional contexts.”

  • Interview with Interior Designer Graham Collins

    “Key to a successful renovation, is finding a reliable and skilled team of workers, and getting expert advice on negotiating the local bureaucracy, which can be time-consuming and tricky to work out for newcomers.” Graham Collins, Interior Designer

  • Emily Kunze talks about multilingual students with learning differences

    “Diverse Learning has one mission: To be the top learning center in Europe for multilingual children who learn differently.” Emily Kunze, Founder Fundación Diverse Learning

  • La Piccola Agency Marketing Clinic

    Are you a solopreneur or small business owner abroad? Struggling how to market or position your business? In a new series for Mumabroad, Emma from La Piccola Agency heads up a Marketing Clinic to address those challenges. In this first feature Emma provides 10 practical tips to writing great website copy.

  • Your baby and sleep

    “The challenge is to know and recognize when your baby is mature enough to develop his own healthy and independent internal sleeping skills. Around the 4 month mark most babies work on a big developmental milestone which affects their sleep as well.”