Top of the To-Do list when you first get to Luxembourg has to be to register with your local commune. Here’s our handy guide on how to obtain your residency permit.
Want to celebrate Thanksgiving properly but not sure where to get supplies? Martha Hullinger Ware comes to your rescue with this comprehensive list!
In her wildest dreams, CSL writer, Diana Lockhart, never envisioned she’d leave the only American suburban life she’d known…and certainly never thought she’d embrace cleaning ovens in an apartment, all the while with a smile upon her face.
Visiting family back home can be heaven or hell. Lysanne Sizoo, looks at the feelings of guilt – both healthy and unhealthy – that follow from parental expectations and our own life choices.
If ever there was a description less befitting the hard work of a partner accompanying their loved one on a foreign adventure it has to be the ‘trailing spouse’. City Savvy’s mental health expert Lysanne Sizoo explores the stereotypes and the reality.
Let’s face it – Christmas can be stressful. Add in another country, visiting relatives and parenting into the mix; it can be downright painful. Lynn Frank gives her take on Christmas as an immigrant.
Parenting in a foreign country can be hard. Luckily, the support group, Passage, offers courses in English to help you and your family.
Joanna West tackles the emotional wellbeing of our children and examines the role of Positive Education in Luxembourg.
Joanna West answers expat questions with expert advice. This week, working in a foreign language.
Lynn Frank, coordinator & co-founder of the parents support group in Luxembourg, Passage, discusses a problem often faced in the transitional population of Luxembourg. The emotional cost of mobility.
Contrary to popular belief research shows that returning home can actually be harder than leaving. Lysanne Sizoo on the unforeseen difficulties of saying Äddi to Luxembourg.
Lysanne Sizoo tackles the thorny issue of in-laws in all its complexity.