We can all agree that the year 2020 has been a shit show so far. The hot topic of the year being COVID-19 and its ravaging power on humanity affected literally everybody in the world – directly or indirectly. It is quite a humbling thought: the whole world sharing the one and same trauma. But … More Holy zoom, we tied the knot!
Let me start by putting it out there into the universe, I have never watched a single Game of Thrones episode … ever, not once, not even a little bit. My best friend on the other hand has religiously followed every GOT update, episode, character development, fan theories, you name it! A few days ago, … More Signs your BFF’s “Game of Thrones” obsession needs an intervention
It’s time for the whole new-year-new-me crap! So let’s break down the main resolutions and what will really happen if I make them. 1- Resolution: I will work out What will really happen: I will go to the overcrowded gym the first week or two of January and start making excuses to skip the gym … More If resolutions were honest
1- Titus Adromedon from The Unbreakable Kimmy Shmidt Everybody deserves a Titus in their lives. He’s a f*cking legend – everything he says is a catch phrase and makes you want to snap your fingers in a Z formation, his attitude is flawless and his friendship is what I aspire to have in my life. … More Secondary characters better than the main ones
I absolutely love Beirut, it is a city based on organized chaos that I always felt like I belonged to. But sometimes, and in many ways, it just makes me want to rip my arm off and start hitting people and things. Here are 10 things that push my buttons: 1- Service cab drivers Now … More 10 things in Beirut that make me want to rip my arm off
Earlier today, I attended the #SheMeansBusiness panel, part of the Facebook Mena Tech Week 2018 hosted in Beirut. The panel involved 3 local businesswomen who are breaking the barriers of entrepreneurship in Lebanon and the whole MENA region. Sarah Beydoun from Sarah’s Bag, Elsa Aoun, co-founder of Ounousa and Malak Karajah, co-founder & CMO of … More #SheMeansBusiness
I remember reading all the Harry Potter books when I was a teenager *cough* as an adult too *cough* and being transported to the wonderful world of magic. The Cursed Child wasn’t any different. Every page put me in the middle of what was going on and I imagined the scene unravel in front of … More BOOK REVIEW: Harry Potter & the Cursed Child by Jack Thorne
Elizabeth Gilbert’s Big Magic could’ve been reduced to a simple blog post – a 500 words essay at most, telling us how inspiration comes at you as an entity, take care of it before it gets bored of you and moves to someone else. She also opens our eyes about the darkness that surrounds … More BOOK REVIEW: Big Magic by Elizabeth Gilbert