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Part 1 of a series Each week in the coming months, our blog team will share an interview with the Coordinators of the various departments that make up the Delft MaMa organization. These coordinators, all of whom are volunteers, are the people who keep Delft MaMa such an active, vibrant community that helps so many… Read More »Meet the Chairperson of Delft MaMa
“I dislike feeling at home when I am abroad.” George Bernard Shaw wrote these words in his play, Widower’s Houses. I get it. The whole point of travelling is to experience what is unfamiliar, that’s what makes it such an enriching experience. I feel that there is a time limit on such sentiments, however. When it comes… Read More »5 Ways to Feel at Home in Delft and The Netherlands
Ways to keep Your Children Active During The Summer And Beyond These days, it can be a challenge as a parent to pull your children away from their screens, especially during their school breaks. Although video games do have their merits (see “12 Surprising Health Benefits of Playing Video Games” here), it’s important that children… Read More »Activities for Children in Delft
In the honor of Mother’s Day, I talked with two inspiring moms who were willing to share their experiences living in the Netherlands. They both live with their families in the Hague. Holly is a mom of two kids and a passionate Nordic walker, whereas Irene is a striving new entrepreneur in a cake business… Read More »Living in The Hague
We are in tulip season. Tulips are everywhere and for sure a bunch of them are flourishing in some spot of the house. Parades and promenades along the tulip fields are part of the to-do list of many people these days. That’s not a surprise. Tulips are one of the icons of the Netherlands since… Read More »Science and art to enjoy tulip time
One of the things that drove my attention when I came to live in the Netherlands was architecture. Quite different from my country, this place seems to reflect identity through the way houses are built. I learned about rijtjeshuis and bovenwoning (I live in one of these!). Architecture shapes a city, but who defines it?… Read More »Dutch architecture: a women’s matter
Have you ever wondered how to live in a more sustainable way in Delft? This question seems to be around in our everyday life. At Delft Mama, we decided to learn more and get some tips. Path to Sustainability Delft Mama talked with Rinske Wessels, a mother of two daughters of 1 and 5 years… Read More »Simple Steps to Make Your Life in Delft More Sustainable
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