Originally published on 20/4/2018 Just to relive the memories of my time there, one year ago, with my family. I have no regrets visiting this country, in fact, I love it so much! The city is charming, the people are friendly. The Angkor Wat Complex is worth visiting, it is worth every dollar spent. The only drawback … Continue reading Snippets of Siem Reap, Cambodia
In the Name of Allah, the Most Gracious and the Most Merciful Assalamualaikum wbt and hello everyone! I can’t believe that I had been blogging consistently for 7 weeks straight now! Alhamdulillah! My aim for the year 2021 is to be more consistent in what I’m doing, and even though I’m not that consistent in … Continue reading Of Consistency and the Big Why
Bismillahirrahmanirrahim, Assalamualaikum wbt and hello everyone! Here’s an interesting story I want to share with all of you. A few days back, I was on my way home from my husband’s grandmother’s house (So she’s my grandmother-in-law? Hehe), driving my car, navigating through the narrow road of the village when I suddenly came into a … Continue reading Me, the Obstacle and what lies ahead
In the Name of Allah, the Most Gracious and the Most Merciful. Assalamualaikum wbt and hello everyone! First of all, I must congratulate myself for posting 4 blog posts for 4 consecutive weekends last month (even though 2 of them are throwback posts because I had a deadline to catch and also because I miss … Continue reading 9 things I learned in January
Another throwback post as I have a deadline to catch, so I don't exactly have time to write a new post, hehe. Nevertheless, enjoy! 🙂 Originally published in 2019. Assalamualaikum and hello all! I had to force myself to write this as the memories about the trip are slowly diminishing. Writing about this trip had definitely … Continue reading Snippets of Turkey
This is a throwback post, originally posted on my blog in April 2018. I really miss traveling. 😦 Okay, let's get started, in no chronological order whatsoever. But the order of places we went to is Tokyo-Kyoto-Hiroshima-Osaka. And we only spent about 30 minutes exploring the train station in Yokohama. So my family and I … Continue reading Snippets of Japan
Bismillahirrahmanirrahim. In the Name of Allah, The Most Gracious and The Most Merciful. Assalamualaikum wbt and hello everyone! Here it is, my second blog post for the year 2021, the second one for the month of January too! I promised myself to write something worthwhile every week, and so I must be consistent in doing … Continue reading Of Patience and Challenges
Bismilahirrahmanirrahim, In the Name of Allah, the Most Gracious and the Most Merciful. Assalamualaikum wbt and hello everyone! It is the second week of the year 2021, and it is also my first blog post for the brand new year. Many things had happened in the tragic year of 2020, which involved the COVID-19 Pandemic, … Continue reading Of Faith and Strength
Bismillahirrahmanirrahim. I am so glad that my radio interview is over. I mean, I was so nervous. I couldn't sleep properly the night before. My mouth kept on repeating the same phrases and sentences that I had memorized over and over again. So, let's begin. Actually, how should I start? Let's begin with how I … Continue reading My first radio interview!
Twas the time when I bought return tickets to Perth, Australia without telling my parents; which made them went berserk.👀 But it was worth it! I had just returned from my 8 days of holiday from Western Australia and just like the previous posts about the countries I travelled to, I figure it would be … Continue reading Snippets of Western Australia
Assalamualaikum and hello all! I had to force myself to write this as the memories about the trip are slowly diminishing.Writing about this trip had definitely made me relived my memories of Turkey! In December 2018, my family and I went for a trip to Turkey, covering Istanbul, Cappadocia, Bursa and Uludag! I did not … Continue reading Snippets of Turkey
Since time immemorial, the doctors and the pharmacists had always worked together. According to a Greek legend; The God of Healing Ascelpius, had entrusted his apothecary Hyegiea to compound his remedies. In Ancient Egypt, there were two classes of physician-priests; the ones who visited the sick- the doctors, and the one who prepared the remedies- … Continue reading Doctors and Pharmacists: Rivals or Allies?