Life isn’t exactly known for it’s fairness. There are all sorts of things about the world that are unfair on a grand scheme – some people are born rich and others are born poor. Some of us are born completely…

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I grew up in a dairy loving family. Paranthas were slathered in butter, saag was served with a healthy dose of makhan, and no meal was complete without the accompaniment of dahi (Indian style yogurt). We love our dairy and…

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We made it through week one of the #moms30for30 challenge! Let’s be honest though, week one is always the easiest because I have all the outfit ideas, and all my clothes are clean and ironed. As I’m writing this post…

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When we moved into our new office (which I promise I will show you guys soon, current mood: procrastination), I knew I wanted to have at least one ‘fun’ wall. We thought about doing a bold wallpaper, and there was…

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This is not the post I had scheduled for today, it’s not even a post I knew I was going to write until this very moment. Guys, it’s a really tough time to be a professional blogger, and I don’t…

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If you been hanging out with me online for a while, you’ll know that I love tulips almost as much as I love shameless selfies. So every spring I plan a day out to a local tulip field with my friend…

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Tea love is a special kind of love. I find there are two types of tea lovers, the people who enjoy a good cup of tea, and the people who can’t live without their daily cup (or two, or three..)…

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The most stressful part of a 30 for 30 wardrobe challenge? Without a doubt it’s choosing your 30 pieces. These are the clothes that you are married to for the next 30 days, you are literally taking a vow to…

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A few weeks ago Salma wrote a post about upcoming movies for The South Asian Buzz, and while doing some research she found a book suggestion for me – Karachi You Are Killing Me by Saba Imtiaz. The book was…

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