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Family, Kids, Her second chance living in Holland & more

Indonesian born, married to a dutchie, having two active boys.

After leaving the Netherlands to Philippines for four years, she is coming back to the Netherlands. This is her second chance to see how the Netherlands actually is. Find out what discoveries she find on her second chance!

What We Love to Do

Expat Mom in Holland
Her Blog

Her second chance discoveries over the Netherlands, including cultures, habits, working life & more.

Expat Kids in Holland

Her boys discoveries on their second chance living in the Netherlands, including exploring the cities, food, cultures, playground & more.

https://www.instagram.com/sekarfoodart/FOOD ART

Her works on food art & more….

Meet Us Better & You’ll love Us

There is never been a better life when you get second chance! We have more chances to learn from mistake, to enjoy & to cherish more! We’re coming into a fantastic time for Dutch journey!

Rating: 5 out of 5.


Lovely, and nicely put together. You write so well Sekar.


Rating: 5 out of 5.

“Heel Leuk”

Heel leuk om te lezen. Het was vroeger altijd mijn wens mijn kinderen op deze manier groot te brengen. Volgens mij heel erg goed voor kinderen en ook voor de rest van de wereld…accepteer iedereen zoals hij/zij is!!


Rating: 5 out of 5.

“Love to read your blog”

Interesting thoughts Sekar. Living in different cultures and with different culteres makes you open minded. Love to read your blogs! Greetings from the Netherlands!



Before the Netherlands, After the Netherlands & Now

  • We are back in the Netherlands!
    Yes, after 9 months lockdown in Philippines, we are here now, in Holland! New adventure, new venture, new life, new school! Life has been changed so much since the past 2 years. From becoming Vice President in PTA in my…
  • My curious “why” of helper in Indonesia vs non-helper in The Netherlands
    This is a common comment from some expats I know “No one understand why I have helper here in Asia. I give up explaining to them.” I think, it is not that people don’t want to understand, it is just…
  • “Where are you from?”
    This question always gives me a struck for a second, I don’t know what to reply.  I know it is an easy question with an easy reply but the easy reply doesn’t reflect who I am now.  I am still…