13 Jun 2016 | Juliette van Eerdewijk
Cycling is concept that is alien to many countries, and it certainly was a positive aspect of returning to the Netherlands. It therefore is wonderful to see that so many expats take up the tradition of cycling to school.
13 Jun 2016 | British School in The Netherlands
Every day we are affected and inspired by the people who surround us. Whether they be our role models, politicians, peers or colleagues – these people help define the lens through which we see the world. So, shouldn’t we endeavour to surround ourselves with people who aspire to be the very best they can be?
13 Jun 2016 | Susan Meijler
Susan Meijler from GMW Advocaten explains Dutch law surrounding ex-partner cohabitation and alimony payments.
Zein: Are you new to Holland – or do you have a colleague or friend who will be relocating with their children to The Hague this summer?
10 Jun 2016 | Tracy Tigchelaar
8 Jun 2016 | Genoveva Geppaart
It is important that trains depart on time. If a train does not depart on the scheduled time, it may affect the other trains on the same route, and there is a chance you and others will miss your next train.
1 Jun 2016 | ACCESS, for the international community
Starting on 6 June 2016, and as per the schedule below, ACCESS volunteers will be a part of the Expatcenter Amsterdam's services to the international community in Amsterdam, Amstelveen, Almere, Haarlem, Hilversum, Haarlemmermeer and Velsen. Already a successful partnership of these cities, with t...
1 Jun 2016 | Deborah Valentine
First appeared in THEXPAT Journal Summer 2016 publication
10 May 2016 | Ute Limacher-Riebold
When we live far away from our aging parents and we need to rely on others to take care of them, one of our biggest challenges is our passive role. In this very valuable guide to long distance care for aging parents, Ana McGinley gives very sensible advice about this difficult topic by balancing humour, personal anecdotes and very technical information.
10 May 2016 | Chris Adewoye
Playing football is a great way of meeting new friends with similar interests whilst having fun and getting/staying fit. As well as having players from 30+ different countries, Wilhelmus International also has a number of Dutch members who prefer to play in our unique international environment.