Angelika Heinbach, owner of Mosaiccos, talks to MumAbroad Life about her passion for Gaudi’s architecture and design why she set up her business.
“Kids are practically VIPs here in every social setting. In a tapas restaurant the other day, the waiter bent down to my children’s level, took both their hands and whisked them off behind the bar. They chortled with delight and re-emerged moments later with a chocolate treat each.”
“From the beginning CoFamily has been a space for meetings and events that are always related to maternal entrepreneurship or activities for families. Throughout the year we offer workshops focused on learning for both families and children.”
Degustabox offers up to 15 delicious treats delivered straight to your door each month. Many of the brands are new and haven’t even hit the stores yet.
“Scouting provides children with the opportunity to meet with their peers in an informal setting, away from school or Sunday school. The children work towards specific goals, are focussed, learn how to work in a team, learn by doing, have fun, share and are responsible.”
A look at one of Spain’s leading international schools and IB specialists SEK-Catalunya.
Ali Lawrence and Jill Witkamp, founders of Palma College in Mallorca, which opened for students in September 2013, talk about the challenges of opening the island’s first international sixth form college.
Penelope Olij-Perez, Co-Founder of Mimoun relocation agency, talks to MumAbroad Life about her passion for helping others and how she uses her extended social network to make clients feel at home.
Niamh Lynch is a digital strategist who works with small businesses to transform how they approach the often baffling world of online marketing. Here’s our interview…
Erica, mother of two and wife of one, tells us about those first heady days of relocating half way around the world, introducing her children to Alhambra Palace and finding out what life in Spain it is all about.
“Recently however, it seems attitudes towards male nannies are changing fast, which can only be positive. People are beginning to let up on the bias that a career in childcare is only for women.” The Nanny Line, Barcelona
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