The Mukhi Sisters

The Mukhi Sisters

March 19, 2017

As I walked into the lovely shop in downtown Beirut, just steps away from iconic Chanel, I was greeted by beautiful, upbeat, and smiley young women. You’d be forgiven for not realizing that these down to earth women are the creative [...]

Box like a champion

Box like a champion

January 11, 2017

At the stroke of midnight on December 31st, everybody, regardless what they might actually admit to, made some sort of New Year’s resolution for the coming year. Mine was to lose those impossible few kilos I’ve gained ever since moving [...]

A Lebanese in Singapore

A Lebanese in Singapore

December 28, 2016

I traveled to Singapore last month with my EMBA class for a one week seminar. This was my second time to the country and a serious eye opener. Imagine 40 Lebanese landing in Singapore. I don’t know who experienced more of a culture [...]

How to dress like an everyday princess

How to dress like an everyday princess

December 6, 2016

It’s all Disney’s fault. Every little girl dreams of being a princess one day. I even dressed up as a princess for Halloween three years in a row, until the day my mom got fed up and told me it was time to get a new costume. I was [...]

Never stop learning

Never stop learning

November 16, 2016

“I have no special talent, I am only passionately curious.” – Albert Einstein That’s probably the only thing I have in common with Einstein. I’m curious as hell. About everything. If I hear something for [...]

Things only an only child would understand

Things only an only child would understand

October 25, 2016

We’re not spoiled brats. Well, not all of us at least. Some of my friends with siblings are way brattier and more selfish than one could imagine. Our parents tend to be slightly overbearing and overprotective. Of course, all parents [...]

The city that refuses to die

The city that refuses to die

October 14, 2016

Beirut is known to be the city of contrasts. I travel so often to Lebanon that I honestly no longer notice the disparity. My Greek colleague brought this to my attention when he travelled to Beirut for the very first time a couple of [...]

Going grunge

Going grunge

September 20, 2016

I’m sure you’ve noticed the recent choker trend; everyone and their grandmother seems to be sporting one. It’s not a coincidence. Punk fever is back from the 90’s; you can finally take out your combat books and [...]

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