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In the land of work-life balance, the Dutch PR pros must be working overtime. Before I moved to the Netherlands, I kept reading about all sorts of eco-friendly projects that this country was proud of. And hence the ‘PR machine in action’ conclusion. Excited to be relocating to the land of sustainability and eco-consciousness, I… Read More »Plastic Free July in the Netherlands
If you are looking for ways to make sure your child or your new little baby has a peaceful and restful room, you may want to consider incorporating the principles of Feng Shui. When it comes to decorating rooms for children or babies, there are insane amounts of choices. Sometimes we forget about the layout… Read More »Using Feng shui principles for the ideal baby room
Summer is finally here in the Netherlands. It is a great joy to see our neighbourhoods getting greener by the day, with beautiful flowers popping everywhere. Nature has awakened from its deep sleep, just as it always has. Do you have an itch to add more plants to your gardens, balconies or living rooms on… Read More »Three Life Lessons Learned From Gardening
Do you prefer second-hand clothing for your family? Perhaps you need kids’ outfit only for five days of snowy season or for maternity period? Relocating from abroad, are you trying to complete the needs of your new house? Or perhaps you are a creative person that likes to combine designer’s clothes in their daily life… Read More »Second-Hand Shopping in Delft
Jocelyn Jones from Studio Jocelyn has learned that creativity is critical for fostering the development of a child’s cognitive and motor skills. Here, she shares her insights from her own experience as well as from teaching art to children. In April, Jocelyn coordinated with Delft MaMa to provide a free online workshop. We are pleased… Read More »Creativity is Critical for Childrens’ Development
By Claire Leunisen Once upon a time … …there was a little girl who grew up in a quiet suburb in Canada. She loved to fly her kite in the park and play with the neighbourhood kids. This little girl also loved to read storybooks before bedtime. Her bookshelf was full of fun stories and… Read More »Spotting Stereotypes in Storybooks Workshop
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