The right wheels for the urban jungle

I have been obsessed with finding the stroller excactly right for my needs and the comfort of my daughter. The right stoller means freedom! Read a long for a review of my favorite five strollers for urban adventures. My partner holds a special love for cars, so while on family walks in London, he will […]

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How to start a new life abroad

It can feel claustrophobic leaving friends and family behind and suddenly being all alone in a huge city all by yourself. But fear not. I will share with you both traditionel and modern venues to visit in order to gain a network and start your new life. My baby girl and I had a very […]

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The Baby Essentials

You know it. I know it. The industry knows it! There is no way to foresee what you really need, when having a baby. You can buy the nicest cot, but chances are your little one only wants to sleep right next to mummy. But fear not. My gorgeous little drama queen has been a […]

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Penne Rustica

I will share with you a very special recipe. It has a true taste of summer and is beautiful as a main course and as a side dish. It’s also super easy to cook and you are pretty close to your five a day with this tasty pasta recipe. I got inspired to do this […]

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Bringing a baby to the pub?

Pints, laughter and a large crowd by the bar. Where I am from, you don’t bring a baby or a kid to a bar. And in my opinion, a pub is just that. A bar! But as we made it to London as a family, my attitude changed. When moving abroad, you are suddenly exposed […]

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The goodbyes

Hello! Hola! Chao! Let’s face it. Being an Expat is all about saying hallo. Making new friends. New connections. Starting a new life. But then comes a time, when it’s all about saying goodbye. Making new friends in this magic, unreal world is like being a teenager in love. You give it all you got, […]

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The Kensington Mess

My life in Kensington was truly a mess. No furniture. No friends. No home. But I still treasure, the memories I made in this elegant neighborhood. You see, one day I passed by a local pub with that homey feel you would expect from a house on the English countryside. The atmosphere was warm and […]

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Babies and bubbles

When your life is turned upside down, small things can mean the world. Things you didn’t think could ever have such an impact, will suddenly make you feel like your good old self again. Moving abroad and having a baby all at the same time are two pretty big things. It will mess you up. […]

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Embracing changes and vegetables

When you move to another country and start all over, everything is up in the air. So what is changing one more habit, really? My home country is known for the royal family, a tiny statue of a little mermaid. And bacon! Needless to say, this is not as easy place to be a vegetarian. […]

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New and old addictions

I still remember the love in Avas kitchen. Every morning I would be served a warm quesadilla with fresh cheese from Mexican mountains and a side of Avas homemade tomatilla salsa. At first, I was hoping for a simply breakfast consisting of toast, butter and jam. But my love for Avas quesadillas grew every day. […]

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