Last November I was lucky to have the opportunity to visit Marrakech. I’ve always been curious about the so-called “Red City” and believed it would be a different experience and I was right! Yes, it is crowded and chaotic yet authentic and unique. It can be overwhelming and intense but exotic and beautiful. Continue reading “Discover Marrakech”
Cappadocia had been on my bucket list for so long that you can only imagine my excitement when I was finally able to tick it off last summer. It was a magical trip filled with spectacular experiences I’ll cherish forever. Once you set foot in Cappadocia, you will feel you’ve just entered a fiction movie set thanks to its lunar-like- landscape and rocky wonderland. The sunrise with the sky full of hot air balloons is a dream and it will for sure take your breath away. So be ready for an unforgettable journey! Continue reading “Magical Cappadocia”
Discovering Bali Part II
2019 was definitely not our year and 2020 feels like a decade already. It has been a long while since we’ve visited this space but here we are, lockdowned like the rest of the world, daydreaming of places we’ve been and other destinations we would love to see. Despite people reading less and scrolling more, we still find ourselves checking out articles and recommendations every time we are planning for a trip.
DIY 1st Tooth Celebration
If you think you are patient, have a child. A teething baby will make sure you rediscover what perseverance really is. I’m even starting to think that all the pain and crankiness involved might be the root of why some cultures around the world celebrate a baby’s first tooth. The moment I saw Carl’s first tooth pushing through his baby gum line I was both ecstatic (every parent celebrates their child’s milestone as if no one has ever achieved anything similar and family WhatsApp groups are flooded with photos and heart emogis) and relieved (it meant that his fussiness was more than justified and it wasn’t just a grumpy personality in the making!) Continue reading “DIY 1st Tooth Celebration”
How to take care of your skin?
Remember the days back in school when your face always decided to host a myriad of pimples just before prom night or that school trip when all you wanted to do is look good. Well thankfully those days are long gone but still, we have times during the year where our faces don’t look the part and we ask ourselves: Is my skin that bad or is it something that I’m doing? Well, the truth is that a big chunk of what happens to your skin is genetics. Yes, it sounds a bit gloomy at first but it doesn’t really mean that you can’t do anything to treat it. Continue reading “How to take care of your skin?”
Discovering Bali – Part I
If you are considering a trip to Bali or simply want to savor a slice of Balinese culture this post is for you. This Indonesian island is so charmingly diverse that I couldn’t fit all the tips and photos that I wanted to share in a single post so here you have part 1. During my stay, I visited some beautiful landmarks and like all my travels, felt most alive while discovering something new. Hope this helps and if you have any questions please feel free to drop me a line. And remember, wherever you end up going, most importantly, go with someone you love!
We’ve previously voiced out our love for Jo Malone, and it really counts, given that fact that we are not declaring our affection towards products every day of every week, so when we say we love something we honestly do. As I write these words, I am embraced by Jo Malone’s English Pear and Fresia scent that has made sure my new home smells like a 5* hotel but the latest favorite: Honeysuckle & Davana fragrance. Continue reading “Hello Honey!”
Disconnect. Detox. Unwind. Refuel. Even the most urbanized creature needs a break from Beirut’s hustle and bustle! A few weeks ago I was introduced to a new place to kick back and relax in Jrebta up North: Tawlet Biomass. Everything tastes as good as it looks. You can enjoy the flavorsome food prepared by local cooks and take a tour around the farm from where all the organic produce is sourced. Continue reading “Tawlet Biomass”
10 Favorite Makeup Products Under 20 USD
If money were no object and greed no sin we will probably be buying whatever comes to mind, every hour of every day. But we live in a real world (well at least most of us) where we have to make decisions of where our bucks go every month. Does the price of a product really indicate how efficient it is? We really don’t think so. Here are our top 10 wallet-friendly products. They don’t break the bank and still do the job and they do it perfectly! We’ve come to love these beauties so much that we use them religiously regardless of the price tag (the saving is just a plus! ) Continue reading “10 Favorite Makeup Products Under 20 USD”
Jo Malone in Beirut
From their candles to their colognes, Jo Malone sure knows how to make one feel exceptional. Like all of its retail spaces worldwide, their new store at ABC mall- Verdun is designed for you to experience the brand. It’s known for its scents that last, luxury candles and bespoke fragrances. A couple of weeks back, I had the pleasure of being invited to the store where their team further explained the brand’s concept. The main focus was home fragrances and oh can they make any place feel like home! We all know that scent is the most powerful memory trigger so if you want to reminisce in a distinctive manner just indulge in their personalized fragrance testing. Continue reading “Jo Malone in Beirut”