parenting in Switzerland
School traditions often remain obscure to parents who move abroad, even after we have started to learn a new language,
Switzerland’s beautifully decorated Christmas markets provide visitors with the opportunity to sample mulled wine, raclette, fondue and Swiss holiday traditions.
Do the Washing Up, Take out the Rubbish…! There is a famous Zen Buddhist saying, attributed to Wu Li: [Life]
Fishing is a great way to spend time with family. It provides a nice balance of quiet time and action.
Here are a variety of upcoming events and activities in and around Zurich. We also have a list of indoor
Metamorphosis: “Zoology (in an insect or amphibian) the process of transformation from an immature form to an adult form in
The La Leche League came to Switzerland in 1973, when Christina Hurst-Prager led the first Swiss La Leche League Meeting
Is anyone else out there feeling a little … I don’t know … besieged by the seasonal messages to buy
Last weekend, I found myself rereading a diary of mine, with letters I wrote to my first-born. I’ve always been
I am a big fan of traditions, despite the fact that nowadays they perhaps seem to carry a somewhat negative
Caring for your child’s skin can seem like a never-ending task in the early years. Many types of skin rashes
Sauerkraut is a German word meaning sour cabbage, in Russian it is called Kvashenaya Kapusta, which translates simply as “fermented