Disastrous Adventures

Confessions that mothers shouldn’t know about

Stove Fire Series

 

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At this point of my life – I am not a kitchen person. 

I try to avoid that territory altogether, hence, not a lot of disasters have happened recently. I have been demotivated by the number of horrible creations that

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Ramadhan: A Testimonial

A tribute to the passing of the Holy month

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With Ramadhan in it’s final lap, we thought it fitting to let you in on our personal experiences, what the month means to us, what we love about it and why we we look forward to it every year Continue reading “Ramadhan: A Testimonial”

We Are The Poor

Paying homage to the country that raised us

Picture it, East Africa, 1964, two newly established nations just emerging from the grasps of colonization, came together putting in what little they had in hopes of creating something  bigger, stronger and long lasting .

Forward 53 years later those two nations are no more, what stands in place is one brimming pot rich in diversity (in more ways than one), culture, history and most importantly acceptance.  Tanzania, a union of Tanganyika and Zanzibar, a union that instilled

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Our Hijab Our Choice 

They say we’re oppressed, we have no voice, but the hijab IS our voice.

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If I wear the hijab, does that make me less of a woman?
Because we cover ourselves and try to observe modesty. In this world where we have many means of expression, why can’t our hijab be accepted as one of them? Why should our entire being be defined by a piece of clothing? By the religion we practice. They say we’re oppressed, we have no voice, but

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