My friend Merna once dragged me to a gathering hosted by a native Canadian Shaman. At the time, I didn’t really understand or know much about Shamans and was a bit skeptical as the session began with the Shaman asking “how do you practice self love?” It was obvious that I wasn’t the only one … Continue readingOn creating a habit and completing a challenge
After two years and moving three times (so far) in London, I think I’ve shed my naive and gullible reading of flat (or apartment) advertisements on UK-based sites. London is the most amazing city I’ve lived in so far, but it’s not as glamorous as advertised. There are some absolutely gorgeous places to live in … Continue readingA Short Glossary of The True Meaning of Terms Used in Flat Advertisements in London
2014 will forever be to me the year when everything went wrong. I don’t know about your 2014, but mine was exhausting, challenging, and downright depressing. The entire year. Even though I had some great achievements, like graduating my masters program and getting my UK work visa (both long term dreams of mine), they were … Continue readingHope for a better year!
For my very first trip to London, I only had one week, but I wanted to hit some of the highlights. I’m going to post some more photos later, but I wanted to share some of the Instagram photos that I took during the week. It was a very fun trip; an introduction into British … Continue readingA Glimpse of London Through Instagram
Due to my work in the past year for the Jordan Tourism Board, I’ve met about 40 or so travel bloggers, and spoken online to a couple dozen more. The single most asked question: “Do you have a blog?” When my answer is a “No!” in an almost of-course-I-don’t-have-a-blog-I-can’t-have-a-blog-I-don’t-have-time-for-a-blog tone, then the following question is … Continue readingBut why not?