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5 Ways to Still Be Independent When You’re in a Relationship

5 ways to stay independent when your in a relationship… “I used to have such a full life before I was part of a couple!” That’s the complaint I hear so often from my female friends. Why? Well, women tend to find it more challenging to maintain their autonomy once they pair up — mostly because we’ve been groomed by society to think about the needs of others first. That’s especially true when it comes to love. But relationships thrive when both partners give equal attention to me-time as well as together-time. Think about it: Having the freedom to...

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Ask Amira: Marriage & Trust!

#AskAmira! I recently received a question about the pilers of trust in a marriage and my thoughts so I broke it down into 5 main types of trust! A happy marriage rests on unquestioned trust. If you want a fulfilling marriage, you must know how to create this kind of trust. Most couples think of trust exclusively in terms of being sexually faithful, which is essential, but there’s more to it. Strong healthy marriages reveal five specific kinds of trust husbands and wives give one another. So, we suggest you go over the following list and check which kinds of...

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Kareem’s 1st Birthday in Egypt!

If you follow any of my social media then you’ll know I was recently in Egypt with my entire family for a vacation; and to celebrate my son’s first birthday! We spent the first week in Cairo – we stayed at the four seasons along the Nile which was incredible and we got the opportunity to visit the pyramids and the local market. Then we headed to Alexandria where we stayed along the beach and celebrated Kareem’s 1st birthday and my grandmother’s 75th birthday! **Fun fact, we also stayed at the Ritz Carlton for a few nights and Will...

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My Next Writing Venture…

When will your book (or next book) be coming out? If your a writer you’ve probably heard this question a million times from friends, family and even fans or as I call them, readers! Being a writer is an interesting job because people often don’t see the process or all the behind the scene work that goes into it; they only see the finished product. So often times, it seems like we aren’t doing, well anything but that is far from the case (at least for me). Now that I have a finish line, somewhat in sight I thought...

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The Truth: Laser Hair Removal!

Laser Hair Removal! My EXPERIENCE: I recently started laser hair removal treatments and I thought I’d tell you guys a little bit about my personal experience and talk about some main stream myths about it! So firstly the MOST commonly asked question is, does it hurt? Well yes and no. To give more background I decided to start with my underarm area because I figured its a small area and a good starting point to see how I felt about laser and the results before investing in more, larger, probably sensitive areas. Did it hurt? To be honest mostly NO but...

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YOU are your own biggest obstacle

There are many reasons why people fear to dream big, but in short, it’s hard wired survival instinct. Your brain is programmed to fear anything that might ultimately put your life into danger. It’s a leftover evolutionary trait meant to keep us humans alive. And it’s not necessarily a bad thing. When you understand that the purpose of fear is to keep you from starving, you can put it in it’s proper place. Fear is a reminder that you need a plan before taking that giant leap of faith. But if you want to be happy, eventually you have...

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Kareem’s Trip To Flordia + Traveling With A Baby?!

Orlando, Florida has been one of my favourite trips so far because Kareem got to experience Disney with his grandparents! I still can’t believe in a little over a month he’s going to be a year old (that doesn’t even feel real to me). Reflecting on this year Orlando would have been his 5th international trip and his 11th plane ride (I think; I’ve already lost count). At this point he’s practically a travel pro before even hitting a year old. I know a lot of people can dramatize traveling with babies and kids but honestly it’s all about...

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Muslim Designer @ NYFW

Muslim Designer Anniesa Hasibuan Had an All-Immigrant Cast of Models at NYFW “Difference isn’t something we should be afraid of, it’s something we should embrace!” Last season, Indonesian designer Anniesa Hasibuan made history by becoming the first-ever designer to present a New York Fashion Week collection with hijabs. Now, amidst a season where multiple brands have taken the opportunity to make political statements with their shows, the Muslim designer decided to respond to the anti-immigrant policies we currently face by casting her show entirely with immigrants and second-generation children of immigrants. “For me, fashion is an open world. I...

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