Clew News

The Expat Staylist

Internations has, through its Expat Insider Survey, picked the top hits for expats 2015, and these are the countries you could consider adding to your staylist if you’re looking to relocate. Top 3 on the Expat Staylist are: #1 – Ecuador  That’s right, Ecuador! Ecuador was #1 in 2014 too, and seems to be a country where […]

Math anxiety

Math anxiety. I certainly have some degree of that , and so, apparently, do many children, meaning they worry about doing maths at school to the point where it causes negative emotional reactions, even becoming a fear. You don’t have to be lousy at maths to feel it, even the best math students can develop […]

Calling Lost Expats Worldwide

Autumn is a time of change. In weather, in nature, in us – we make a few changes in our homes and wardrobes to greet and get ready for winter. And so autumn is a good time to change for Clew as well. We wish to be not just Calling Luxembourg Expat Women, but indeed […]

Meet you at CityHour

Silicon Valley mobile startup CityHour now opens European headquarters in Luxembourg. This social discovery app enables face-to-face meetings with professionals. CityHour recently announced the opening of its European headquarters in Luxembourg following a successful US launch in 2014. While Europe mobilizes itself to challenge Silicon Valley’s domination, Luxembourg is simultaneously ramping up efforts to give other European tech hubs a […]

Be a cartoon heart

Charlie: From Germanic “Karlaz” meaning free man. It somehow seems impossible to write about Charlie – and not to. There are no words, yet you have to speak. That is why artistic director and music journalist Joachim Roncin came up with the “Je suis Charlie” image that in no time became a world wide symbol of […]

Tuesday is Clew’s day

When I was a little girl, I couldn’t wait for Tuesday. Every Tuesday I’d run – because back then you could run both through the neighbours’ gardens and in the streets – to the local grocery store, because back then there was always a tiny grocery store near your house. I’d fling the door open and the […]

I am not one voice, I am many

Today, Pakistani activist MalalaYousafzai (17) received the Nobel Peace Prize in Oslo, Norway, together with the Indian children’s rights advocate Kailash Satyarthi who has fought for children’s rights globally since 1980. Malala, who fights intensely and incessantly for every girl’s right to an education. Malala, who herself lost that right, instead the education she thirsted for became a crime. Malala, who […]

Finish your plate!

-Finish your plate! A well-known mom-/dadism still in use. Now there’s a study to show that we actually do finish our plates – in general. The study, from Cornell University, Ithaca, USA, reveals that adults eat 92% of the food they put on their plate, on average. One can easily dish out reasons for this, […]

Who does what in the house?

Take a look at these recent statistics published by the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) on how men and women in different countries spend their time when they’re not working.

World Cancer Day

CLEW honours those who are fighting, those who survived, those who didn’t survive, those who fear, those who lost a loved one, those who continuously work to find cures, and those who continuously work for even more awareness. We all have somebody to stand up for.   For more awareness, go to http://www.worldcancerday.org