From diapers to dating

We parents need support – from family, friends, other parents or professionals – as our children pass from diapers to I-will-only-wear-pink to I-have-nothing-to-wear (so-I-slam-the-door) to the time they will actually wear nothing with a partner. Underneath there might be other, more serious layers. For expat parents, away from their own country, culture and family, it […]

Nordic women go for it in Lux

Discover inspirational female entrepreneurship the Nordic way in Luxembourg. On Sunday March 29, you get the chance to meet Nordic women with Nordic know-how who started their own business in Luxembourg, within a wide range of activities; Art, food, fashion & style, health & beauty, jewellery, design & decoration, baby products and consulting; more than […]

The true beauty and power of the women’s movement

Unless you have been wearing blinders and earplugs, you cannot have helped but notice that Sunday was International Women’s Day. It is easy to be cynical about this sort of day, considering it pointless or patronizing. However, it is difficult to argue that a day such as International Women’s Day raises awareness, making all of […]

Nine steps to help your child’s learning

It’s past the halfway point of the school year and becoming apparent whether or not your children are struggling academically. If they are struggling, there’s still time to turn it around. Unless they have special learning needs, the main issue is most likely organization and routine.There’s simply not enough structure and order to keep them […]

An expat wife goes back to work

What happens when the (desperate) expat wife goes back to work? On and off throughout her expat (wife) years – and all of a sudden there are quite a few of them and she of course has no idea how that happened – the desperate expat wife has looked longingly into offices, missing the office […]

The meaning of mealtime

Dan Franch on why eating together is about so much more than food. If you have kids, life is busy. If both you and your spouse have jobs, life is busier. If you are a single parent with a job, life is well… busiest. Add to that lengthening commutes, further demands outside the home, plus […]

Don’t stop reading to your child

“You’re never too old, too wacky, too wild, to pick up a book and read to a child.” – Dr. Seuss The importance of reading to children at an early age is unquestionable. Considering that it is at the heart of all formal education, reading to children at a very early age increases their chances […]

Baby Sensory

Have you heard of Baby Sensory classes? This award-winning parental programme, founded in the UK in 2003 and designed especially for babies between 0 and 13 months, has recently come to Luxembourg. The programme offers a wide range of activities for development and fun in the first year of life, which is an important time for […]

Intuitive painting with Miranda

Coach, artist and creative CLEW contributor Miranda van den Heuvel invites you to her intuitive painting workshops “Create from the heart!” Your life is like a blank canvas. It’s up to you what you do with it. As children, we know what we love, what we want to be; we have no fear about our capabilities, we […]

Girls in tech!

On March 26th, women, men, and entrepreneurs of all kinds will gather for the first time in Luxembourg to celebrate women and technology.  The employment rate of women has risen significantly in every country. Nevertheless, Luxembourg remains the European country where the difference between men and women in employment is the largest.