• Benjamin Franklin International School in Barcelona

    “It is important to BFIS that new families feel a part of our community as soon as possible, providing a quick and easy transition for students and parents. To meet this goal, BFIS provides a Welcome Program designed to help new students and their families make early connections within our friendly and inclusive community.” Charo Rodriguez Director of Communications, BFIS

  • The secret to beautiful skin all year round – by Peony de Sy

    Peony de Sy, founder of The Pink Peony chain of beauty salons in Barcelona shares the secrets of having radiant skin – all year round.

  • Interview with Costa del Sol midwife Anne Halpenny

    “I would like to think I compliment the system. I am filling a gap that women and their partners have needed. I did not like meeting so many fearful women in labour in the hospital where I worked, which was often caused by misinformation.”

  • Why marketing is important for startups

    If you’re a mum thinking about starting up a business, it is essential to know how to position your business, how to stand out from the crowd and how to build customer engagement.

  • Project based learning and innovative education in a trilingual environment

    Project based learning and emotional education are at the heart of this trilingual school just outside of Barcelona. Head Teacher of Hamelin-Laie International school, Carlos Martinez, talks to MumAbroad Life.

  • Montessori Village

    “Day by day, together, we are building this project and learning countless things about others, the life that surrounds us and about ourselves. But above all, we try to enjoy the discoveries and conquests of each child and the moments we share.” Arancha Rosa Serván, Head Teacher, Montessori Village Torrelodones

  • Interview with Child Psychologist Marisol Cortés in Madrid

    “It’s important before starting the treatment to research about the working method of each professional. Some professionals work just with the parents, some with the child through play, others with the child through speech and some with the whole family. So it’s up to the parents to decide what therapy is suitable for them.”

  • Sabrina Ridaura on feeling confident, strong, healthy and happy

    Sabrina Ridaura left Venezuela, her home country, almost 10 years ago to travel the world along with her family. Here she talks to MumAbroad Life about her passion for a healthy lifestyle and how and why she founded BodyGlow Fitness & Nutrition.

  • 5 Business Survival Questions for Small Business

    In a constantly changing business environment it is key that small business owners know who their customers are and how to reach them.

  • Interview with Osteopath Katy McConkey in Barcelona

    “Apart from all the obvious hormonal changes, being pregnant alters the body posture (your centre of gravity moves forward). These postural changes can strain different muscles and you may find yourself with low backache, or sore feet/legs, or you may find you have swollen ankles; these kinds of things can be gently treated with lymphatic drainage techniques. Sore pelvic muscles or sacrum can be treated and released giving pain relief and relaxation.”

  • Europeans in Catalonia

    EU Citizens living in Catalonia currently have the right to vote in Municipal elections and in European elections. For now EU Citizens cannot vote for the National or Regional Governments of the countries where they live. Europeans in Catalonia are campaigning for change.

  • Interview with Mr Andreas Swoboda, Principal of ICS Madrid

    “The medium of instruction is English throughout….. (but) we adapt Spanish lessons to our students needs, offering different levels in both Primary and Secondary Schools for students native and non-native.”

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