I have three in my purse and can honestly say I do use them. Getting the loyalty ‘spends’ always feels like a treat!
Since there’s a lot to figure out, we’ve listed some of our favorite resources and advice. We believe this will help you get settled and start enjoying your new home more quickly.
For as long as I have lived in Geneva, the favorite past-time is to complain about our lack of free parking and the price of parking tickets.
After 5 minutes of backbreaking work I decided it would be cheaper to rent a rototiller than pay for a physiotherapist.
They explained that the local resort’s emergency response cost CHF 250, and the helicopter cost CHF 2,700.
At a lot of events that I have been to, people are happy to learn that my husband works at …
Buying local, reducing waste, saving money and finding those foods we miss from home is what the women of the AIWC put together over a cup of coffee and cake.
As my husband kicked the brake clamp (because that’s what men do to fix things), I thought, “We’re in a foreign country! What do we do?”
“Give as much time as you are comfortable with, making sure that there are moments of rest for you, and set boundaries…before you are too tired and ‘drip’ resentment and negativity.”
The parasite actually develops in snail but looks for a warm host to lay its eggs.