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10 Reasons To Love Being Knocked Up in the Netherlands

from Expat Life with a Double Buggy

Twitter: @amandavmulligen

Sharing the ups, the downs and the in-betweens of parenting abroad.

Expat since birth

Repair instead of buying new

from Expat Since Birth

A blog by an expat-since-birth multilingual mum in her fourties living in the Netherlands with her Swissgerman husband, son and twin-daughters, about being expat, parenting, twins, multilingualism...


Corbyn wins: what next?

from Edinburgh Eye

Twitter: @EyeEdinburgh

Lives in Edinburgh. Two cats. Drinks tea. Also has a gamer girlfriend and a stepdog. He is confrontational and holds strong opinions. You probably won't agree with all of them. You may even agree...


Why This Writer Needs Other Writers

from Expatlog

Twitter: @AishaAshraf1

Expatlogue blogs about moving a family of five and rerooting three and a half thousand miles away in Canada. Unzipping this family from one life and re-packaging them with another has been an eye-ope...


‘Great Cultural Knock About!' Narrative – and Theme… my BEEF workshop feedback

from Elspeth Penny

Musings as a writer, a letter revivalist, film and communications consultant. Celebrating wilderness, imagination, curiosity and change.


Five of many things about me!

from Eat Play Love

Food, Motherhood and Silly babble


Never ending or beginning like an ever spinning wheel.

from EmsyBlog

Twitter: @elphiemcdork

Loony lefty feminist talks about everything that falls out her brain.

Eat Play Love

Forever (And the Eternal City)

from Eat, Play, Love

Twitter: @eatplayloveblog

This American suburban family of four have a passion for travel and good food who are sampling recipes from US states and around the world each week.


Baby cinema – The review


I'm a full a time mum, part-time worker, part-time blogger, I work in the world of TV, I like the mix. I have a very active toddler who love


Tiptoeing deliciously into the world of raw food at Nama…

from Edible Angel

Reviews of restaurants in London and across the world plus recipes of deliciously simple & moreish dishes to enjoy!