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The Ignite fitness & wellness PINK IS PUNK campaign is back, bigger than ever, better than ever and ready to raise funds and support for the Safe & Sound Breast Cancer awareness campaign.

We’re planning a series of cool events to keep you active and entertained whilst supporting this fantastic cause and it all kicks off with the IGNITE SWIM:RUN at Anantara Dubai The Palm Resort & Spa.

 

For all IGNITE Pink is Punk event details 2014 Read more

Whenever expats move to a foreign country for yet another expat assignment, they deal with the same problem, finding themselves wondering how to meet new people, make friends and get in touch with the international community. In some cities it may not be that easy to meet people from abroad. Read more

UAE Mums Eid Milan at Dubai Grand ExcelsiorUAE Mums was founded in 2013 and now has more than 8000 members.  It aims to bring all women particularly Mums in the UAE closer together.  They have been conducting meet-ups and events every month in Sharjah, Ajman, Dubai and Abu Dhabi and have already organised 19 meet ups with women residing in UAE.

In addition to that, the group run charity events each month. They have a number of charitable causes and contributions planned for the future and this year  have run four successful charities where the focus was mainly on the welfare of laborers.

The group also have a UAE Mums Recipes and Hobbies page UAE Mums classifieds page and a UAE Mums blog Read more

tennis boyAn active child is a happy child!

Whether you are searching for an after-school activity or a weekend sports league, Dubai has a wide variety of options for your child from high impact sports like Karate and Soccer to low impact sports like Ballet and Yoga.

There is definitely something to please children of all personalities! Read more

teensMoving to a new country can be worrying and especially for the older child.  Younger children may just be thinking of it as great big adventure but the older child will be worried about leaving all their friends and making new ones – how will they be accepted, what about all the cliques?  However, Dubai is just the place to make new friends, with its HUGE expat community your teen will soon be coming home with friends from all over the world.  It doesn’t matter whether they attend a French, American or English curriculum school they will soon be talking about their friends who come from countries as far afield as Fiji or as near as France.

Kids at schools in Dubai are very used to new people turning up in their class at all ages and so welcome the ‘newbies’ with open arms.  In addition to school life, Dubai offers an array of outside school activities which are another great avenue for making friends for both the children and their parents.  Activities include sport (rugby, netball, football, softball, swimming, diving, golf, gymnastics….the list is endless), music, drama and dance.  It is Read more

fitness-in-ramadanRamadan is an important time in Dubai for many residents. Many expats will be fasting during this period and still waiting to remain healthy and active.

We’ve put together a few tips to ensure a safe way to continue a fitness regime as the month progresses.

When should I exercise?
As each individual’s needs and capabilities are different, some people can train before breaking their fast quite comfortably, so give it a go. Try to do some simple exercise and determine how you feel and continue if it feels good. Sometimes as the month wears on and tiredness sets in, you may need to adjust your exercise time. Monitor and adjustment is key during Ramadan. Read more

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