Do you want to learn how to apply make-up like the pros do? Are you getting married soon and want help creating a romantic look for your big day? Would you just like to have a fun, girly day out? Look no farther than the Make Me Up Workshops at The Hotel in Brussels.
Today we are pleased to bring you this sponsored guest post about pension planning in Belgium. If you plan to be in Belgium during your Golden Years, read on to learn valuable information pertaining to your retirement savings.
Today our correspondent, Gilbert, brings us his review of Open Kitchen, a new Brussels initiative combining food, art and meeting new people, in the city.
It’s scary enough visiting the hospital as an adult expat. But what do you do when your child falls ill outside of your paediatrician’s office hours? Today, our guest blogger, Sandra tells us about her baby’s first visit to the Emergency Room in Brussels.
I’ve worked in Belgium for eight years. In that time, I’ve discovered a number of rules about working here, which may be confusing or different from elsewhere. Today I’ll share information about four things you should know about working in Belgium.
We believe the best advice about a destination, comes from local people, not guidebooks. We also believe one of the keys to adjusting to expat life quickly is meeting new people. Now, you can do both, in a fun (and yummy) way, through Bookalokal.
No expat wants to end up in the hospital in their new country, but we do want to know a decent health care system is available if and when we need it. I recently visited the Emergency Room in a Brussels hospital and, for the most part, it was a better experience than I expected.
Belgium is a wonderland for foodies, but if you have a food allergy, it can be a nightmare. Today we look at how to survive living gluten-free and celiac in Belgium.