Sunday, 17 November 2019

a Czech-American family
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It's a few nights before school starts in the Czech Republic. My children are sprawled across their beds, breathing soundly. It's me that can't sleep. With temperatures at 30C (again), heading back to school on Monday feels surreal. And, I'm not even the one who'll be sitting in a classroom.

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Life when code-mixing is the norm

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& why even a day ski trip can be a treat

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Learning to face the emptiness with grace

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Exchanging Czech traditions for an American Christmas experience

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5 reasons to appreciate life in the Czech Republic (all year long)

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How signing up for a half marathon in Dresden paved the way for an unexpected travel adventure

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Staying balanced by teaching English

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Embracing the changing season

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#what happens when you stay

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Yielding to the right on Prague's cobblestone streets

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Bringing a third language (and culture) into our family’s linguistic mix

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Transitioning back to life in the Czech Republic

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How to survive when your child speaks better Czech than you do

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A few things you should know about a busload of preschoolers (and the parents left behind)