Let me share a little story: One day browsing through snapchat, I saw one of acquaintances needed help with a couple of assignment for school, and it just so happens that particular course work comes super easy to me, and I needed the extra money, plus it seems like I'm always tutoring someone. I reached … Continue reading Foolish
I absolutely love my complexion and all the imperfections of my skin. For years, my problematic skin was one of my biggest insecurities. Never wanting to leave the house without any type of makeup, afraid to reveal all of my blemishes. It wasn’t until one hot summer day, that I was sick of feeling like … Continue reading Diary of Problematic A Brown Skin Girl
In this dating game, we often like to blame the other player when the outcome is not as desired. We may recognize our mistakes after self-reflecting, but then often times end up in the same situation with another person. I know for me, I sometimes set myself up for failure. At a friend’s birthday celebration, … Continue reading Will I Ever Learn?
I haven’t written post in a while, and I think it is time to share a story. I have been doing a lot of traveling lately and feel extremely blessed for all of my opportunities. I was blessed enough to travel to England first class, keep in mind I am a broke college student. Unfortunately … Continue reading Flying Classy
My boyfriend hates seeing any text, that begins with, “look here”, because he knows I’m about to inform him about something he has done to upset me. The crazy thing is after I tell him the problem, I never really give him the opportunity to come up with a solution. I always rush to solve … Continue reading Are We Satisfied With Millennial Men?
As Salaamu Alaikum, as we all know Ramadan is quickly approaching, and I wanted to share some of the ways I get ready for this month. For me, I must prepare myself mentally and physically. I like to get a book list together, that’ll I’ll be reading along with the Quran. Here are some of … Continue reading Ramadan Prep Checklist
I remember the day my mother sat me down, and told me it was time to start wearing hijab full time. I don’t recall having much of a reaction, because I knew the day was coming, and in a way I thought I was mentally prepared. I was about 12 years old, and at the … Continue reading Coming out of Hijab