No pegs, no problem

When growing up, milk was carried in metal pots, dairy products were freshly made by farmers and everything was organic. Clothes pegs and hangers used […]

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Time travel in Sumba

  The clucking of a rooster rummaging around under our traditional Sumbanese house wakes me up. It’s still pitch dark outside. I guess it must […]

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Adaptation to nomadic circumstances

When I moved to London in 2001, I was shocked to see the amount of ready-made meals in the supermarkets. I was convinced that people […]

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Recycle for a better world

You know what we like most about Sumba? Its potential for becoming an ideal world… Learning from all the mistakes we’ve made and we’ve been […]

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Life on Sumba Island

I like to publish my own writings here, however I met a lovely Hungarian girl in Sumba, who did a very good job at penning […]

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Food in Sumba

When we moved to Waingapu – Sumba, our house was still under construction. Only 1 room was made usable. In the bathroom concrete floor and […]

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How to raise patient children in an instant world?

Who wouldn’t want to raise children who become successful adults? I’ve been listening to many successful people talk about how they made it in life. […]

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On the road in Sumba

Living in Sumba

It’s been some time since we’d moved to Waingapu City on Sumba Island and I love it with all its challenges. The first thing I […]

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5 musts while pregnant

5 musts while pregnant

Prepare your nipples for breastfeeding I was lucky enough to meet an older mother of two when I was four months pregnant with my daughter. […]

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Found a match

Use foam puzzle mats for educational games

Every household seems to possess these foam puzzle mats. They are great as a floor mat no doubt, but did you know that there are […]

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