My Diary's Page

One Single Thought

While sitting randomly on my couch, one small yet deep question caught me wondering. “What are we here for?” We get up every day, go to work or whatever, eat, pray, watch something on TV, sleep and repeat the same routine every single day. Have you ever wondered what does this whole cycle give you?… Continue reading One Single Thought

Personal

My Ramadan Routine

This tray filled with yummy sweets was sent by IKEA last year as Ramadan greeting. So sweet, we have a mutual love relationship *goals* My most favorite month of the year is just around the corner (maybe tomorrow or day after is the first Roza) and as always, I am so excited about it. If… Continue reading My Ramadan Routine

Beauty & Lifestyle

Favorite Thing: Nebulizing Diffuser from Organic Aromas

Are you a fan of well-scented home, some heart-warming elegance, and aromatherapy? If so, this post is EXCLUSIVELY for you! I have been using this diffuser over a month now and believe me, I don’t think it can replace anything else in my home. Being a huge fan of candles, air fresheners, and everything that… Continue reading Favorite Thing: Nebulizing Diffuser from Organic Aromas

Beauty & Lifestyle

Just Hair Care Things – Product Review and Tips

We all need different kinds of nutrients and food variety, right? You can’t eat the same type of thing every single day. Obviously, we crave for different tastes and that’s the need of the body too. Same goes for the hair. Our hair needs different ingredients and that’s the reason we need to change shampoos… Continue reading Just Hair Care Things – Product Review and Tips

Books

Mayada Daughter of Iraq by Jean Sasson: Book Review

I have seriously adored Jean Sasson after reading the first book “Princess” and so all her books are on my list. Well, once being done with the Princess trilogy, I jumped straight to read Mayada Daughter of Iraq since it seemed interesting. Guys, THIS book literally gave me goosebumps and tears. I still am stuck with… Continue reading Mayada Daughter of Iraq by Jean Sasson: Book Review