That is not to say that that is the only reason to read these books, in fact they’re just as good any other day of the year. The reason I am bringing all these books into one list is because they are written by incredible female authors (besides the one) but feature some of the […]Read More 10 Books To Read This International Women’s Day
A while back I decided I was going to minimize the amount of arguments I was getting into with people over feminism, simply because you have to ensure that the person in front of you has to be receptive as well as possess a slight sense of empathy, something that clearly not everyone possesses. But […]Read More The Right To Choose
I have walked to the gates a dozen times, locked eyes with whoever was standing at the door, and firmly asked if it was possible for me and whoever I was with at the time to walk in the palace and look around, and every single time, the response would be a big fat seemingly […]Read More Safe Hands
I realize nowadays that it is hard to write when you are tired. The desire to write is present, but a 9 to 5 with social responsibilities and the commute, which is a totally new concept to me, a person that couldn’t wait to learn to drive just so that I can put on my […]Read More Green doors, podcasts, and traffic
You are born a clean slate, and that is how you will live the first few years of life, bound only by your imagination. Not realizing how vital it is that you take full advantage of that time, however, there is only so much you can do at such a young age. Which is […]Read More The way we’re born
You definitely weren’t anyone’s favourite year, in fact people have been comparing you to 2016 as if we even still remember what that year was like. Personally, you were a year of huge growth for me, and I’m not talking physically (Although getting a gym membership was a big thing for me) but also mentally, […]Read More 2018,
Before Disney realized that the world needed female leads who had more than one-dimensional personalities, Ghibli studio was already serving us with incredibly thought-out female characters. Characters like Chihiro in Spirited away, Sophie in Howl’s Moving Castle, and even Shizuku from Whisper of The Heart. For those who aren’t familiar with it, Ghibli Studio is […]Read More Why Kiki’s Delivery Service is the kind of movie the world needs.
Anyone living in Libya knows how difficult it is for a girl to walk around anywhere at any point of the day comfortably, The Old City though is the one exception, pick the right time in a day and you can walk around the Old City with your camera un-bothered for a few hours. […]Read More The Old City
It has been a very long time, and I must be excused for life has been overwhelming, so much so that I it has been two months since I finished reading any book. Books are easy enough to start reading, but its the commitment and dedication to finish that is hard to come by. […]Read More On becoming a hermit and coping mechanisms…
Walking into Waraq Art space is an experience within itself, let alone walking into it during an exhibit. Waraq, located near the heart of Tripoli by BenAshour, is an underground sort of headquarters for artists and art-appreciators where countless art workshops have taken place, and recently a Van Gogh day on the anniversary of the artist. […]Read More Inthaar // Warning
Being proud of your work is not easy, especially in a place like Libya where many work in pursuit of financial stability in a time where everything and anything is all but stable. Which is why I am more than ecstatic to present The Saturday Show in its online form. With teaching, I was […]Read More Is it “love what you do” or “do what you love”?
I personally welcome anything that help break the monotonous daily routine of University, work, and home be it a clean up, a debate, or a gallery. Even though I have never been to gallery in Tripoli, somehow I have managed to skip each one to take place until yesterday, where I and a fellow […]Read More AURA, The art exhibit.