Up and Coming Jewler in Our Midst

How We Met It was about two years ago that I attended our first annual Multicultural Bazar at our Premier Fitness and Recreation Center, which fell around Ramadan. This meant that Muslims from the region would surely be there to sell and purchase Ramadan and Eid decorations, gifts, and to support local craftspeople and vendors. I love attending such events because I’m always eager to … Continue reading Up and Coming Jewler in Our Midst

Why I Don’t Give Parenting Advice

Are you quick to try out every new parenting system, are you sick and tired of people telling you how to parent, are you just trying to get away from old parenting tropes, or are you trying to find your own zone? Continue reading Why I Don’t Give Parenting Advice

2018 Roundup

Well here we are, the end of 2018. Another eventful year gone by! I’ve posted an average of about a blogpost every third day, and considering that I’ve slowed down a bit during my move a few months ago, I must say I’m delighted with this statistic. Hence the horn tooting. Since this is a roundup of the year’s happenings, I’ll start off with the … Continue reading 2018 Roundup

Shukr Sizing

You may have noticed that Shukr is having a sale again. 20% already discounted clothing, even on their sale corner items! Follow them on Instagram and use code INSTA20 to get the discount. In North America you’ll also get free shipping on orders of 150$+! For Canada you’ll get your duty back (you’ll have to pay DHL and send a screenshot of your receipt to … Continue reading Shukr Sizing

Shukr Sizing

You may have noticed that Shukr is having a sale again. 25% already discounted clothing, if you spend 100$ or more. If you spend 150$ or more shipping is free for Canada, and you’ll get your duty back if you’re in a country that has a trade deal with Jordan. I’ve had a few people come up to me, noticing that I almost exclusively wear … Continue reading Shukr Sizing

Raising Conscientious Kids

There are a lot of concerns when you are raising kids, at any time, but our time, is especially challenging because we have ever fragmenting communities. They say it takes a village to raise a child, well the village has changed, and that’s not necessarily a bad thing! We are all a small piece in this ever widening puzzle of humanity, and the picture is … Continue reading Raising Conscientious Kids

Half Breed

I once overheard someone proudly calling herself a “halfbreed.” It caught me off guard. I lost my footing for a split of a second. It fogged my brain and made me dizzy for an instant. I tried to convince myself that I must have misunderstood. But I hadn’t. Because she went on to explain that she was half Native and half something else. She explained … Continue reading Half Breed