Valentine's Day is a day when couples express their love, exchange lovely gifts, and spend quality time together. It is also a symbol of love and the gospel. While Switzerland does not have a long history of celebrating Valentine's Day, only began doing so post World War II, there are many places in Switzerland that [...]
Homeschooling in Switzerland – The Good, Bad and Ugly
Parents who are moving overseas frequently inquire about options for homeschooling in Switzerland. Also recognized as personal teaching in one's residence, homeschooling is gaining popularity in Switzerland. The pandemic which caused the lockdown in spring of 2020 had transformed many Swiss parents into educators instantly, and they were forced to help educate their kids at [...]
Loving Pre-Loved Goods: A Guide to Second Hand Shopping in Switzerland
A growing number of individuals are looking to second hand stores and thrift shops to buy items they need, because of recent trends which publicize sustainability and cost effectiveness. And whether you're new to the world of second-hand shopping or have been roaming in it for a while, I'm sure you'll find this guide to [...]
Women Entrepreneurs and Concluding the Advent Giveaway!
The #MySwissStoryAdventGiveaway campaign was concluded by these 8 amazing women who came together to collaborate with me to make the last week of Advent a success! This mega giveaway allowed us to give back to the community and also make new bonds and friendships in the process! Let me introduce you to all these women [...]
8 Women Entrepreneurs and Celebrating Them Through our Advent Giveaway!
The story of celebrating women entrepreneurs continued with #MySwissStoryAdventGiveaway and me collaborating with another set of amazing women who offered services from their small businesses as gifts for the advent season. Let me introduce you to some more of them! 1. Meet Ophelie Ophelie Cabanero comes from Huningue, France (just next to Basel) and she [...]