It's not New Year's yet, but we're already getting the itch of a work-out goal. So, what sort of holds us back? Other then our own laziness, lack of will power and perhaps finding that adequate all or only women gym. So, we decided to pump up our keyboard and search for them and to our surprise, we came across a few options. Hope it motivates you;ok, us.
We are foodies that love tea and healthy! We also love to explore and shock our taste buds with different cuisines from around the world. Follow us as we explore restaurants, our friend's kitchens and other food joints that are good for the bod and tasty to our buds and perhaps a splurge of sweets.
by Sadeel Allam
The saying goes "Diamonds are a girl's best friend" Well, if that would be the case then we want a truthful and ethical one, don't we?
We are foodies that love healthy! We also love to explore and shock our taste buds with different cuisines from around the world. Follow us as we explore restaurants, our friend's kitchens and other food joints that are good for the bod and tasty to our buds.
By now you probably already picked up Seventeen's magazine at your local newsstand and came to a page of a young lady that you can identify with from the inside and/or the outside. Maybe you heard all the rave about a hijabi on a U.S. non-Muslim based magazine. Who is she? Why is it a big deal? Well, without a doubt Muslims have appeared and are working in non-based Muslim magazines in the U.S. as writers, stylists and other occupations, but it is very rare to see a Muslim covered young lady on one of America's most circulated magazines geared to the youth. American magazine Seventeen has been in circulation since the 1940's. It was America's 1st magazine catered to teenagers. Well, this month Seventeen got its own first; Ainee Fatima was the first Muslim American young lady to appear wearing a headscarf in it.