Stumbled on this at a time when I needed it most.
It’s been two months since I’ve been living in Paris. The people are great, the metro station as depressing as ever, the Eiffel Towel shining bright like a diamond, the weather as unstable as pms-ing females and the town as multi-ethnic as my family history. Among all the things that I would love to talk … Continue reading
Funny thing when you’re different in a place where everyone’s practically the same. Actually, no, scratch that. Funny thing when you’re different in a place where you’d think everyone’s practically the same. You wouldn’t think of that when you think of Paris. All you see are croissants, hot guys wearing berets, adorned with crème Chantilly … Continue reading
Originally posted on The Belle Jar:
If there is one thing that drives me absolutely bananas, it’s people spreading misinformation via social media under the guise of “educating”. I’ve seen this happen in several ways – through infographics that twist data in ways that support a conclusion that is ultimately false, or else through “meaningful”…
In a world where women can act on stages, drive (at least in most countries), vote, and somehow be respected for being an acknowledged human being, we women have managed to commit the biggest mistake one could make: do what was done to us to others. Despite our good intention to “reinforce girl power”, we … Continue reading
Money has crushed all aspects of principles and values that were ever put in place in our society. And although it is an over-talked issue, I have realized that nothing is being done against it. As a young adult, I just left school and got exposed to the whole universe of university application, job interviews … Continue reading