Finding a Kita in Germany: The Challenges You May Face

As a parent, choosing a Kita for your child is one of the most important decisions you will make. Not only will the Kita play a crucial role in your child's early education and development, but it will also have a big impact on your own life, as it will likely be where you drop off and pick up your child every day. However, finding a Kita in Germany can be a challenging and stressful process, especially if you are new to the country. There are a number of factors to consider, and the competition for spots at high-quality Kitas can be fierce. In this article, we will discuss some of the challenges you may face when searching for a Kita in Germany, and provide some tips and resources to help you navigate the process. Challenge #1: Limited Availability One of the biggest challenges of finding a Kita in Germany is the limited availability of spots. Germany has a high demand for child care, but there are not always enough Kitas to meet this demand. This can lead to long waiting lists, e

Why is this taking so long?! Stop, breath...

 Hey fam! Trust you and yours are doing well. Thank you for giving me the opportunity to be in your inbox today. Just a question though? Why is the year running by so fast? Like can you believe that it is 40 days to Christmas? I don't know about you but this year has stretched me. I have been stretched physically, spiritually, just name it. But they say no growth comes with stretching so yeah.  Anyways, how is your year rounding up? Hope you are able to tick out some of the things you thought to achieve this year. Well, if you are reading this, that means you are alive and so there is hope. After trying to avoid catching COVID, my son got infected at his creche and brought it home. I got hit so BAD. The sore throat I had, I cannot describe it and it came along with headache. My husband told me to take a self test but I was living in denial and said it was just the flu. Days later, he started having symptoms, took the test and it was positive, I had to take mine too. Yeah, you guess

Life Update. I got a job in Germany.

 Hey blog fam, Trust this meets you well. I know, I know, I promised that you will hear from me at least once a week but here I am apologising cos its been really busy on my end, trying to juggle writing my thesis, being a wife and mom, working, yeah, I got a job, more on that later. I celebrated my birthday on the 9th of this month. So grateful for life, health, good friends and everything in between. God is so good. I would like to talk to you about something real quick. Listen, I classify you as my close friend and so I decided to share one of my top tip which has been working for me. It's called scheduling. If you are like me that tries to do everything at the same time or discover that you have not been able to finish what you have on your to-do list, then this is for you.  I discovered that as seasons come and go, I always have to rearrange my tasks from most important to least important and even have to set alarms for these task, if not, they might not get done on time or at

Happy New Year! Dusting the cobwebs and doing some clean up...

Happy New Year blog Fam! Wow. It feels good to be back. Yeah, I know its February and life has been lifing. How are you doing? Like really, pause and ask yourself how you are doing?  Its okay to feel the way you are feeling especially with all the things happening all around the world and I personally feel that we deserve a break between the pandemic and the war between Russia and Ukraine but here we are. At my end, I am currently rounding up my Masters studies (finally) and settling in well to motherhood and career.  I promise to have at least 1 post here per week. Please free free to drop comments on questions you have about living, schooling and working in Germany. I will be opening up 2 slots per month for consultations on relocation so feel free to send me an email at  I still put out content on my Youtube channel here and so feel free to connect with me there too.  Looking forward to hearing from you. See you on my next post.

Study in a German University

  In 2017, I joined my husband, who moved to Germany for work, 3 months before me. I had experience in Sales and Marketing in a financial institution and so I started the job search almost immediately. I later decided to study for my Masters after getting to know the immense benefit of studying in Germany which I will share with you in this blog post. There are different types of of University in German. The first one is called a normal German universities (Universität in German), the second is called University of Applied Science (Hochschule für angewandte Wissenschaften in German) and the third one is called Academy of Music, Art and film. The main difference is that, Universities are a research driven institution and they focus on theory more than practical whereas the university of Applied Science focus on application of research. So, if you are looking to study courses like engineering and courses that are really hands-on, University of Applied sciences might be what you want. On

Tips to help you be a productive stay at home Mom boss

Hey blog fam. Welcome back. Glad to have you here. So today, I will be sharing how I get productive as a mom schooling and working from home. I am currently studying for my Masters degree in Berlin, Germany. I have a 1 year old son who is super active and always on the move. He is yet to start creche and so he is mostly home all day. My husband on the other hand, works from home due to the pandemic and is mostly in meetings. So due to this, I am left with myself to run around with my son. Having a child is a totally different phase as one has to also combine it with life’s goals and ambition. I decided to find a way around this as the days are turning into weeks and weeks into months. Coming up with a productive schedule was the only way to make sure I got things done. Another reason why I had to come up with a productive schedule is because, before now, my son will take 3 naps during the day and so I had time to go back to lectures I missed and also do other things. However, as he gre

Free Consultation on How to Study in Germany. Read till the end

  Hey Fam, Its been a minutes and even though I had you on my mind while I was away, I was neck deep in semester exams and boy, was it intense. Thankfully, I passed, scratch that, I passed well. For that, I am grateful and glad that the effort I put into it, all the sleepless nights and deprivations eventually paid off. Okay. Enough about me. How are you doing? How are you fairing at this difficult time? Hope you are protecting and nurturing your mental health and also pursuing your goals? I trust that you are contributing daily to that goal you want to achieve by the end of the year. For me, that goal is to provide you with all the information you need to secure an admission to your dream school and course of choice in Germany and for this, I will like to schedule a free 30 minutes question and answer zoom call to answer your questions about the process of obtaining an admission in Germany. Please drop a comment or send an email to if you are interested so that



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