Expat Blogs Directory

Here are a bunch of bloggers that are English-speaking parents living in Switzerland. Some blog simply about daily life, some about their travels with kids, some about parenting. We hope this helps you connect with other parents in Switzerland that have similar interests, struggles, and joys.

We’ve grouped the blogs into a few categories to help you find ones that match your interests. Obviously, many blogs post about all sorts of topics, so the categories are just a guideline.

Family Activity & Travel Bloggers

These blogs focus primarily on fun family activities in Switzerland and traveling in kids, with a little daily life mixed in.

My Mini Adventurer. Rachel writes “an Expat lifestyle blog with a focus on travel, recipes and kids activities!” You can also follow her on FacebookInstagramPinterest, and Twitter.

Moms:Tots:Zurich. Tanya is an American living in Zurich since 2005. She writes about hiking with kids in Switzerland and other family-friendly activities in and around Zurich. You can also follow her on Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest, and Twitter.

Mom in Zurich. Kate is an American mom to two girls, living in Zurich, blogging about her family travel adventures. You can also follow her on Instagram and Facebook.

Daily Life Bloggers

These blogs give a slice of the expat family life in Switzerland and write about a wide variety of topics.

Warm Adventure in the Land of Cheese and Chocolate. Angela blogs about her daily life in Switzerland. 

The Girl that Dreams Awake. Marisa blogs about her daily life in Switzerland.

Toddle Yonder. Elle blogs about her daily life in Switzerland. You can also follow her on Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest, and Twitter

Clairevetica. Claire is an australian in Zurich, blogging about her daily life in Switzerland. 

An American in Basel. Elizabeth’s blog is “an honest look at my life as an expat” You can also follow her on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and Pinterest.

3 Kute Kids in Switzerland. Serena blogs about her daily life and adventures in Switzerland with her three kids.

Confessions of a part-time working mom. Tamara is a mom living in Zurich writing about a wide variety of topics including parenting, crafts, baking, holidays, parties, ice hockey and other fun stuff. You can also follow her on FacebookInstagram, and Pinterest.

Parenting Bloggers

These expat bloggers write about parenting issues, often with a focus on the challenges of parenting as an expat in Switzerland.

Walking on Mom. Tara is a place for moms to find support, share stories and gather new ideas about anxiety, depression, staying healthy and raising little ones. You can also follow her on Facebook.

The Gratitude Papers. Tammy is a coach, educator, writer and blogger who lives in St. Gallen, Switzerland with her husband and daughter whilst attempting (badly) to speak German, fold her paper recycling in the correct manner and finish writing her book. Visit her at www.fureycoaching.comFacebookInstagramPinterest, and Twitter.

Milk and Motherhood. Johanna is an Australian mom living in Switzerland, writing about the joys and struggles of breastfeeding as well as life in Switzerland. 

www.kateorson.com Kate is a Hand in Hand Parenting instructor and mother to a four-year-old daughter. Originally from the UK, she now lives in Basel, Switzerland. She is the author of Tears Heal: How to Listen to Our Children. Connect with Kate on Facebook.

Milk, Crafts and Honesty. Olga is Polish woman living in Switzerland with her family. She shares parenting tips, play & craft ideas, and the occasional recipe.  You can also follow her on FacebookInstagram, and Pinterest.

Parentville. Olga is also the founder of Parentville, a website focusing on the parenting aspect of living in Geneva. Also on FacebookInstagram, and Pinterest.

Food Bloggers

These moms primarily blog about food, but also about the kids who eat it.

Little Zurich Kitchen. Franziska writes about traditional Swiss cooking and other yummy things. You can also follow her on Facebook.

Swiss Eats. Stacey “eating healthy and saving money in Z├╝rich,” usually with kid-approved recipes. You can also follow her on Facebook, Instagram, and Pinterest.

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