Hallo world! Hope you’re having a great week so far. I have been working non stop for weeks but finally starting to get everything under control. So worth it.

Haha, you should see the chaos of clothes that’s going on on our bedroom floor right now. I have no time to make any laundry!! But at least I get the chance to discover my hidden clothes in the closet now!

Finally I'm blogging again and I’m back on my regular workout routine again.

I wake up early in the morning feeling That I can give much more energy for the rest of the day.

Today I decided not to work any extra hours and dispose my evening for other fun stuff, lazy stuff or must-do’s instead. 

Today is a day to remember indeed!

Today I will DREAM, full moon, a pink sky and a glass of wine. Just to feel relaxed and happy! Tomorrow is another day.

Kisses and good night to y'all <3

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When my alarm goes on, I don’t snooze. I get up, feed the cats, clean their sand, then brush teeth, shower, shave my legs and armpits.

Today while I was on the metro (tunnelbana, in Swedish) I was thinking that growing up was not an easy thing. Hahahaha don’t grow up guys!!

In my family I had to fight and stand up for my rights, for equality and for being a curious human, for example I was the last to ride a bike because my father taught my brother and depended on him to teach me, but that never happen till my dad realized that my younger sister and rest of my friends can cycle except me.

I was a very quite kid that it was shocking to my family that the quite girl is rebelling against all the rules. I decided to follow my dreams.

I come from Egypt and “NO” my family are not that open minded as many think or might take for granted because of my lifestyle.

Before the age of fifteen I knew that my dream was not to find the Prince Charming but, to build a career, develop my studies and be an independent girl/woman.

Be Bold: Your mind is strong so don’t be afraid to say NO. I said that to myself over and over again till I said NO!!

I paid the price of choosing a different road than the traditional one, I was hurt, but I grow up and never regretted choosing that way.

When people ask me, would you do it again if the time goes back?!

YESSSSS, I would choose the same road without hesitation, because every single mistake and every single success built the woman I’m today.

Despite all the moments that apparently made me adult, turning 30 (I’m 32 years old) can be frightening because it is about the “now” or “never” moments.

Of course there is nothing such as never but it is all about how we were raised up, how we grow old before living our youth moments.

The age of 30 is when most of people expect you to be a wife or mother, it all about the moment you dress in white.

Being a wife, being a mom, or even choosing to share a life with a partner is a choice and not having kids doesn’t make you less. Some people choose to raise kids and others (like me) choose to raise cats and sometimes dogs or  even fluffy rabbitsὠ




What it feels like when you told that you have a cancer?!

When I was told I had a cancer, I didn't yell, I actually laughed.

I don’t believe in fate or miracles. I believe that only my will can shape the future.

I always laughed when I panic!! Hahaha!!

The days that follow are full of shock, denial, fear, anger, and even sorrow.

I realised also that the ones who think they know me, they really don’t know anything at all.

My therapist lately told me that I'm a strong woman for being able to fight for myself over and over again.

But I have to say that I took long time working on my emotional state before I was able to actually share anything about my cancer to people.

Sharing my cancer story still not an easy task, I don't know where to start, and when I do, people react to this kind of news in different ways.

Some reacted negatively for not knowing from the start. Others were reminded with their own fears about cancer and started to ask me questions as if I was an expert.

I believe that we are free to share what we want and I still refuse to share certain information which I consider very private.

In the end Knowing about other people’s personal experience of cancer can be a source of support and inspiration when you or someone you love is going through cancer treatment.


There is beauty in a woman whose confidence comes from experience. She is not afraid to take risks knowing if she should fall she can pick herself back up and move forward. I have started to do this and I believe that you can do too!!




Happiness at office can raise profits and productivity as well.

I need to surround myself with positive (but not yes) people.

I tell myself to stick to my guns and don't let anyone shouted me down because I worked hard to be where am today!

Wishing Y’all a very productive day! XOXO




This isn’t my look of today, but from the other week!

The other day, someone said to me that there was no way she could eat like me. I don’t know what she meant really but I have a very flexible dieting and I’m happy with it.

Anyway, today I’m out to lunch with myself :)

Yes alone does not mean lonely and those who love to live alone knows that. My companion for the day was that cute fat bird.

During busy days I love sitting at the table with my food and my work in a trance, not bothered with having to make conversation with someone.

I actually have been eating by myself for years. I enjoy it. I would eat and blog or catch up online with a friend or even enjoy myself doing nothing.

Lunch outside is also a way of getting away from the hustle and bustle of the office. 

There's no shame in a table for one, so if you haven’t tried that yet, I encourage you to give it a try, bond with your thoughts, your dreams, you ambitions, over a good meal. 

Cheers babes, J