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.

The business of relationships

Which came first – the chicken or the egg? That’s an ages old philosophical question. The same can be asked about personal relationships and business relationships. The way people arrange who they spend time with parallels how companies structure their manner of doing business. This is not to suggest that people enter relationships strictly as […]

Women who inspire women

CLEW asks women worth noticing in Luxembourg to choose a woman in public life who is an inspiration to them – in their work and in their life. Anouk Bastian chooses Ger Maas

Women who inspire women

CLEW asks women worth noticing in Luxembourg to choose a woman in public life who is an inspiration to them – in their work, in their life. Anna Loporcaro chooses Andrée Putman

Sex on the to-do list

Life is busy. That’s for sure. Kids, work, errands, taking care of the home. Too often, the relationship with our partner becomes an afterthought amid the hustle and bustle of the daily grind. We let ourselves fall into patterns — uninspiring routines — and interaction becomes limited, especially when it comes to sex. While a […]

Simone Veil

This is a day to talk about strong women. CLEW has picked Simone Veil. When we came to Birkenau, my mother, my sister Milou and I, we were like cattle. They touched us, stared at us and talked about us, and ever since I can’t stand random touching, we were hungry, thirsty, and ever since […]

The multitasking myth

Women are better at multitasking than men. Researchers put this popular belief to the test, and the results were surprising. The word multitasking easily conjures up an image of a woman cooking while breastfeeding and sorting out expat bureaucracy on the phone. Or that of a man stopping whatever it is he’s doing because you […]