My Favorite Things: January 2018

Hey guys! I’m so glad to finally be able to make a blog post! I know it’s been ages, but I did take a little trip to Pakistan which I will be making a post about soon 🙂 . Also, right when I came back, my uni started so I was really busy! I just…

One Day in One of the Smallest Countries in Europe: Luxembourg

Hi guys! I was motivated to write today’s travel post by the wonderful Arisha from ubeautiful_blog. She’s an amazing blogger so do check her out 🙂 . Today I wanted to talk about what I did during my day in Luxembourg. On our way back from Prague, we decided that the drive back to London would take…

The Entertainer Blogger Award

Three weeks into my fall semester at college and I’m swamped! Today I wanted to do a short little award post because I was nominated by the amazing ES Ordinary, who runs the blog Waves of Awesomeness. The blog is mostly focused on poetry, and I truly love reading everything that is posted on it….

Eid Celebrations: A Collaboration with Arisha

Hey guys! I’ve been busy this whole past week with Eid celebrations! I’ve decided to do a collab with the very talented Arisha to give everyone an idea of how we celebrate our Eid. Since I live in America, and Arisha lives in Pakistan, our posts will be talking about how we celebrate Eid in…

The Dawn Dagger Challenge

Hey, everyone! I know it’s been a while since I made a post, but I was so busy with some guests that came over and my schoolwork that I didn’t have any time for my blog 😦 I wanted to keep today’s post nice and simple by participating in The Dawn Dagger Challenge! I want…

DIY: How to Throw a Party for a Doctor

A few years ago, one of my cousins graduated from his graduate medical program (I honestly have no idea what this is called). We visited him to attend his graduation ceremony. A few weeks before we went to go attend the ceremony, we decided we would throw a surprise party for him to celebrate his…

Lahore Diaries: Touring Governor House

My dad pulled a few strings and managed to get us a tour of the Governor House! During the British Raj it was the residence for the British lieutenant-Governor of the province and since independence of Pakistan in 1947 it was formally designated for the use of the province’s governors. It was great to see…