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Recently, I had the pleasure of interviewing Zsofia Patil, the founder of Language Corner Delft, a language school offering bespoke private and small group lessons.  Besides managing her own business, Zsofia volunteers as an English teacher, providing refugees in Delft with language skills which could improve their lives. Barbara: Hi Zsofia, please tell me, how did you get started
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By Cathy Delhanty Just before the Corona-disaster hit, Delft Mamas published our family’s plan to sustainable eating. How has our plan held up under stress? How do we deal with grocery stores selling out due to panic shopping, while at the same time we want to stay home as
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By Agashnee Naidoo A lot of families are faced with the uncertainty that COVID-19 has brought upon us. In addition to this anxiety, parents are going through the process of home schooling their children. I am no expert in home schooling, however having worked with children for most of my career and being a children’s yoga
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Congratulations to all Delft Mama Blog contributors and readers This month we celebrate the 4th blogiversary of the Delft MaMa blog! Tarja van Veldhoven and Agnès Battlori Benet posted for the first time on April 18, 2016. by Bárbara Baptista An Update: New blog coordinator This year the Delft MaMa Blog changed its coordinator and I joined the team to
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By Elena Mellara We need to adapt in every single aspect of our life in this constantly changing world. This includes the idea that we might change our jobs more frequently than in the past. The job search starts with the CV. All this, together with a 180° career change, got me to the idea of
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Birthing is a beautiful physical, emotional and spiritual journey. Delft MaMa Nina shares her birthing experiences and describes how being aware about the various options that you have during the birth makes it even more pleasurable and treasured. By Dr. Nina Bogerd As a doula and childbirth educator for expats, I always claim that it is a
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