Year: 2021

  • Stay Safe during Sizzling Songkran Holidays
    Stay Safe during Sizzling Songkran Holidays

    Safety tips for a perfect and safe holiday to a beach or any other body of water during the upcoming Songkran holiday ahead. By Gordon Ellard Whether you’re paddling in the sea or swimming in the pool, lake, or river, swim safely with these Songkran holiday swimming safety tips. 1. Supervision. Children should never be […]

  • Exciting Ways to Explore Nature in Bangkok
    Exciting Ways to Explore Nature in Bangkok

      Finding an area of greenery in a metropolitan city like Bangkok is challenging but not impossible. In this article, Juliet lists some of the places she loves and tips on how to make the visit worthwhile when you plan to bring kids. By Juliet Perrin There is something just so delightful when you are […]

  • Parenting with Playfulness and Respect
    Parenting with Playfulness and Respect

    Suzi explains how her childhood experiences led her to discover the concept of respectful parenting and the tools we can use to connect with and understand our children. By Suzi Chaemchang When I became a new mother I asked everyone for advice. I spent hours scrolling social media mum groups and websites seeking the right […]

  • Mexican Quesadillas
    Mexican Quesadillas

    Chef-owner Mariana shares a traditional Mexican recipe that’s the epitome of Mexican comfort food. By Mariana Villalobos Mexican food in my country is very diverse. There is a great variety of cultures and communities within the country; this is why each region’s food has different textures, flavors, and scents. Corn was the main ingredient of […]

  • Preparing to Answer Kids’ Sex Questions 子どもから性に関する質問を受けたらどうしましょう?
    Preparing to Answer Kids’ Sex Questions 子どもから性に関する質問を受けたらどうしましょう?

    As the first of a three-month series on ‘sex and kids’ by three different experts running workshops on the topic, Aya shares her mindset change on sex education and importance of having this conversation with kids. By Aya Tanno / Translated by Hanae Matsumura Have you ever talked about sex at home with your partner […]

  • Musings of a Midwife: Instinctive birth – getting out of Mother Nature’s way
    Musings of a Midwife: Instinctive birth – getting out of Mother Nature’s way

    With the theme of nature this month, Midwife Emma explores instinctive birth, a philosophy in which labor and birth is respected as a natural physiological process with a delicate physical, hormonal and emotional balance for the birthing woman, her partner, and their baby. By Emma McNerlin There is a well-known saying in my profession: “Midwives […]