Jolly Jordan Celebrations I Enjoyed
Christmas has always been one of my favorite times and holidays of the year. I love the cold weather, short days, and holiday celebrations. Growing up in Jordan, Christmas was a di
Being the Black Sheep in the Herd
I was the first woman in my family to get divorced; it had never happened before. I was the black sheep no one wanted to be related to! My parents couldn’t understand why I got d
What I Wish I Knew About Female Friendship A Year Ago
There’s something special about the bond between us girls. Maybe it’s because we understand each other in a way that no one else can. We know what it’s like to fe
How my hair reflections taught me the most important life lesson?
I have had a complex relationship with my hair for as long as I can remember. My hair was very thick, coarse, and black when I was young. I always hated it and didn’t know what t
Here’s What My Jordanian Breakfast Taught Me.
In Jordan and the Middle Eastern countries, Fridays are equivalent to Sundays for western countries. My mom tried to finish all of her house chores by 2:30 pm to spend most of her
Are you a Proud Mother this Mother’s day?
‘Such a simple question, but the answer is not as easy as it seems. Before I write anymore, I would like to take a moment to celebrate Mother’s Day with you all mothers out the
Don’t make this rookie mistake when you make French fries at home
Ever wondered how to make homemade French fries? Well, for many it is quite easy. Pick the best potatoes for the fries, cut it and fry it! Viola- it’s done but that’s not how