This is not the first time I experience the life of an expat. In fact, my life started as one. First, I was born in Saudi Arabia, in a remote area which was foreign to my parents. In it, I experienced a unique childhood where I grew up appreciating the beauty of the desert with… Continue reading Expats; This is for You!
Going on a short vacation with your significant other, allows serious growth in your relationship. Ever since our eldest son was almost two years old, hubby and I decided on having some time on our own - away from the usual parenting routine. We soon found ourselves booking a staycation for a few days, every… Continue reading Why Travel with Your Significant Other?!
I dedicate this last post from Abu Dhabi to each and everyone person I have met throughout those years: Thirteen years ago, on a warm Spring day, I stepped foot in Abu Dhabi for the very first time. I was so excited to turn the few pages of anguish and start with a new chapter… Continue reading Beloved Abu Dhabi – Good Bye
The talk with Tanshi2a that took place two weeks ago at Silkor in Abu Dhabi Mall, left the moms with mixed emotions of guilt, accomplishment, difficulty, success, and puzzlement. As Mrs. Anisa Al Sahrif, Conscious Parenting Educator and Social Entrepreneur, discussed a few essential tools that help in building a solid connection with our children,… Continue reading Parenting by Connecting Approach
Our coffee morning at Leopold’s Nation Tower, was filled with a boisterous group of amazing women living in Abu Dhabi. We started off with a detailed presentation by Katy Holmes who came all the way from Dubai to inform us about the wonderful Forever Living Products, and talk about a possible business opportunity to such… Continue reading Morning Coffee with Forever Living
Being surrounded by a few new moms and hearing the various struggles they are going through with their little ones took me back twelve years ago. I was able to relate to a lot of the difficulties they are currently facing and was assuring them that this too shall pass. Listening to them also gave… Continue reading What Would I Tell Myself If?
Years ago, when my brother was around 6 years old, he and his friend, Simon, were boasting about their dads who were both doctors. So Simon goes,” My dad is the president of the hospital!!” My brother looked seriously at him, thought for a while before he replied and then said: ”Well, my dad is… Continue reading Bonding Time with Dad