Ireland is my first international travel anywhere outside UAE or Pakistan. I had a ten day trip and I dedicated a whole day to books. I went to each bookshop in dublin on foot. The best thing about staying in city center was that you could literally access all these amazing bookshops on a nice… Continue reading Literature day in dublin
Remember the good old days when we use to put hena at night and keep it over the night to get a dark stain coating it with sugar syrup? That was when we once use to have organic hena. The natural way of driving a stain. After I came to dubai, I got addicted to… Continue reading I make organic hena
What is micromanagement? It’s my way or highway that is commonly used idiom in micromanagement which indicates an authority of either take it or leave it to employee or subordinate who is not able to negotiate or challenge the person in authority. An employee should either do as he is been told or he can… Continue reading My way or the highway – why micromanagement is exhausting?
By the time we turn 30, we are almost halfway through our average life span. I thought to run a quiz on the questions we should ask ourselves when we are 30. In case anyone wants to try, I have shared the complete list. 1. What inspires me the most? 2. What is the definition of success?… Continue reading Questions you should ask yourself when you’re 30
psychological advice credit: Nimrah Khalid (organization psychologist) Mental health and well-being of an employee at workplace - A known yet ignored phenomena. Most people don’t realize, but an employee’s mental health and well-being are one of the most crucial piece of a workplace puzzle. More than two third of employees in every work place hide… Continue reading Mental Health At Work Place
Originally published on Express tribune There is a common myth about sexual abuse. Many people believe that boys cannot be abused and even if they are, they argue that sexual abuse is less harmful to boys than to girls. This myth also implies that boys and men cannot be sexually abused because they are better able to… Continue reading Male sexual abuse: A myth or fact?
originally published on The express tribune To me she was an ordinary girl ─ every teacher’s favourite, scoring perfect marks in all the exams. Looking at her, I never realised that behind this perfect pretty face lived a tormented girl who held a dark secret. Behind her inscrutable face was a girl who constantly screamed… Continue reading Child abuse: Silence is never the solution, be a fighter!