Monthly Picks

Monthly Picks: September Release

Hey, guys! Sorry for this late post. I had been soooooooooo busy the previous week because of Eid holidays (turned out to be a 5 days break, woohoo!) and all, completely ignored my blog and was merely present on Social Media. I think I needed some time off so couldn’t just handle much. But well,… Continue reading Monthly Picks: September Release

Books

Rumi’s Daughter by Muriel Maufroy: Book Review

So I started Rumi’s Daughter right after I finished reading Princess by Jean Sasson (in case you missed the review, here it is) and it took me almost 2 weeks to finish it because I wanted to UNDERSTAND it. Those of you who’ve read The Forty Rules of Love would know what I am trying to… Continue reading Rumi’s Daughter by Muriel Maufroy: Book Review

Others · Travel Spree

Get into GOMO, not FOMO this year

Heard about FOMO (Fear of Missing out)? Many of you would have that feeling especially seeing check-ins of friends in the places you so wish to be but either your work won’t allow or your pockets, sometimes time! Why buy things that you’d rarely use? Put some in the travel jar and USE it at… Continue reading Get into GOMO, not FOMO this year

My Photography · Oprah 20 Questions Challenge

Oprah 20 Questions Challenge: 13

This is going to be short and sweet. Hopefully but not very incredible. I’ll keep it to the point just because I need some time to pay attention to the small things around me. I mean, look at the beauty in this picture, yar! Here’s the question: Am I paying enough attention to the incredible things… Continue reading Oprah 20 Questions Challenge: 13

Professional Life Stuff

To all the Employers who take their Employees for granted

Before reading this, keep in mind that this is just a general opinion, not related to my work or personal stuff, not against my employer or anything related whatsoever. It’s something that happens everywhere and needed a voice which I have so here I am, with such a post. Once again, this is a controversial… Continue reading To all the Employers who take their Employees for granted