The Migratory Mum

The Migratory Mum

Yesterday, I woke up at the crack of dawn, made lunch, schlepped across Zurich for my 10 year old son’s German class, schlepped all the way back home, dropped my son off, picked up my daughter and travelled all the way across again in order to attend Durga Pujo - the Bengali/East Indian iteration of [...]

Sibling Relationships: Field Notes from a Mum in Progress

Sibling Relationships: Field Notes from a Mum in Progress

I am an only child. I like to think that I defy the stereotypes that go hand in hand with only children but here we are. My mother was an only child too. My father is the eldest of six. My husband is the eldest of two. My mother-in-law is the youngest of nine while [...]

Expat Stories: Meet the founder of Lovely Sheep Boutique

Expat Stories: Meet the founder of Lovely Sheep Boutique

When I moved to Switzerland, I think one of the scariest things for me was the weather. (I know, right?) Living in Bangalore for about half my life I had forgotten the North Indian winters (which are nothing in comparison) and was very used to living life at an average of 22 degrees celsius. And [...]

Things to do in and around Basel: the Rehberger Way

Things to do in and around Basel: the Rehberger Way

Hello, my lovelies, in our run-up to our much-awaited hidden gems travel project, we are giving to you snippets from authors, the one that didn't quite make it to the book but remains noteworthy (today is my turn). I had heard about this unique 24 points unique experience connecting the 2 countries (Switzerland and Germany) [...]