Four Idiotic Things to Expect Every Ramadan (Extreme Edition)

As an aspiring writer, I have always wanted to have a writing “process” -as in a deep, meaningful description of how I get myself to write. Maybe I practice yoga to get myself… Continue reading

The Egyptian Facebook Rant

Like my last few posts, let me begin by apologizing for my disappearance. Apparently one cannot successfully juggle a full time job, freelance work, a social life and sleep successfully -unless one is… Continue reading

The Metro Experience

I have a confession to make: I have spent most of my life being sheltered from the majority of Egypt’s society. I can trace this back to my overprotective parents, who I honestly… Continue reading

How to Become a Fashionista

Are you jealous of all the girls starting the fashionista trend in Egypt? Do you want to be admired for your amazing fashion sense and color combinations? Are you posting a ridiculously large… Continue reading

The Psychology of Business Meetings

Let me begin by stating a cold, hard fact: About 90% of business meetings are extremely unnecessary and can be finalized in the span of one email or phone call. However, as Egyptians,… Continue reading

What to expect when you’re ramadaning

So it’s that time of the year again; a month that was originally meant to enable Muslims to strengthen their bond with God. But that was a long time ago, before they invented… Continue reading

Shattered Glass

Today’s post is a bit different than my usual ones. While it still aims to entertain, you’ll find that the tone is different -simply because the story I’m telling was not a great… Continue reading

The Proposal

Guess what, readers? I’m getting married! Okay, not really. But I got your attention, didn’t I? Seriously though, I apparently got proposed to. In the street. By some guy I’ve never met before.… Continue reading

The Psychology of The Egyptian Street

“Hate” is a very strong word. I’m afraid the word is not strong enough to convey how I feel about the Egyptian street. If you’re walking, you feel like you’re in a battle… Continue reading

Positioning yourself on Facebook (for dummies)

Facebook used to be something personal; you used to add close friends and post whatever you want, whenever you want and however you want to. There were no consequences. This is my last… Continue reading