I am preparing for my CCNA certification exam and will not be blogging till 6th October 2017.
Insha Allah after that I will be back with more vigour and energy as I have got some fantastic ideas running in my mind. Continue reading Blogging Hiatus (August to October 2017)
So I had often wondered that what is the solution to reduce the tension between these two very close yet very far relationships until I came across this very enlightening post on the Facebook group Soul Sisters Pakistan which has some guidelines on how to be a better mother in law. This piece goes to the core of the problem and addresses the main issue which causes the rift between this relationship Continue reading How To Be A Better Mother In Law
Most of the first time parent advice is from women who are past the child bearing age and their baby raising memories are so rusty now that their advice is not supportive at all. That is why, as a first time mother to a six month old, I have devised a help guide for mothers and for myself so that my child bearing memories stay afresh in the form of this article online.
Continue reading 10 Useful Tips For The First Time Mother
Originally posted on The Purple Jewel:
This is for the women,? The fair, and weak ones Who were raised upon flower beds And the women, Who were taught that being a woman? Meant love And sacrifice.? This is for the women? Born with the same hearts That toughened with time? And words, that were harsh. The women, unpretty The women, unfit? The women who could change the world? The women who could love beyond their power? But the women nobody looked up to. A question, about the women, The treacherous, the liars, Women who are fire Who burn and break… Continue reading A Woman’s Worst Enemy
I have combined the haul posts of both April and May because in April my father-in-law passed away so there wasn’t much of a haul except for Continue reading April / May Haul
The final exercise was the most life changing for me as its effects I found within the first week of attending this workshop. Dr. Moiz said that if we use this technique we can basically achieve 80 to 90 percent of whatever we want in life. Continue reading A Self Help Training You Must Attend: The Fourth Dimension By Dr. Moiz
The best part is this is super easy, contains minimal and healthy ingredients and is a great home made substitute for kids who love fast food. Continue reading A Snack Your Babies Will Love: Mashed Potato Fries
However, I was pleasantly surprised when my husband turned a boring old frock into a super glamorous outfit.
What he did was that he used the dupatta to make the flare of gharara pants and bought some extra silk to complete the trouser. Continue reading How My Husband Glammed Up A Boring Dress And So Can You!
I was nearly in tears at this behavior. I picked up my things, put the money on the counter along with the receipt (a total of Rs. 5000) and walked out. She called after me that I hadn’t made the payment. I said I had left it at the counter and ran out as fast as I could. Continue reading Party Makeup By Kiran Khan: Review