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Lisa Sadleir
Spain lover. Trilingual mum of 2 bilingual niños. Author. Property Finder. Relocation Consultant. In search of my ONE thing!
Spain lover. Trilingual mum of 2 bilingual niños. Author. Property Finder. Relocation Consultant. In search of my ONE thing!

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To celebrate the launch of our first Cooking With Languages products, our bilingual English/Spanish Activity Cookbook and Apron, we are offering our very first giveaway.

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How To Complete EX18 for Spanish Residency Application

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Learning about a country, its customs and its food is a fabulous way to motivate children to learn languages.
In previous posts, we have explained the many different skills children learn in the kitchen and how the kitchen is a great classroom for language learning.
Today, we are going to show you how to plan a Cooking With Languages competition in your place of learning and provide you with free downloadable materials

#languagelearning #education #cookingforkids

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New Series: What Is The Real Cost of living in Spain?
Welcome to our new series of posts looking at the cost of living in Spain. In this introductory post, we will inform you of general costs and provide you with great sources of information that you can use to calculate your own budget.


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Here’s a question for you: What do you know about Spanish eggs? Eggs, as in “huevos” (the Spanish word for eggs).
It wasn’t until our daughter, Francesca, came home from school one day, headed straight for our fridge and started checking the code on our eggs that we stopped and thought about what we were buying.

In this post, we are going to share with you:
- how to understand the quality and origin of your daily egg by cracking the spanish egg codes.
- some everyday delicious Spanish egg dishes
- some interesting Spanish eggs – pressions (Yes. Pun intended 😉 )

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As we mentioned previously, Spain is tightening its belt economically. The taxman is going for every centimo possible as the government looks for ways to reduce the national debt. We have been seeing this happen at the expense of taxpayers and business owners. However, the quality of life and Spain, in general, still make it worthwhile to moving over and living here.
Also, with Brexit just around the corner, with whatever that could mean for expats in Spain, it is more important than ever to make sure your paperwork is up-to-date and you are living legitimately in your chosen country.
To help you survive expat life in Spain, we have put together some ‘possibly boring but definitely practical‘ tips. We’ve also thrown in a few fun tips to help you get the most out of your life in Spain in 2017.
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Today, we want to share a winning formula to help your children, a future bilingual Masterchef, shine. They will improve their language skills by feeding their imagination as a contestant on a popular television show such as Junior MasterChef or Great British Bake Off..
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