From Comparison To Inspiration

For those of you who aren't familiar with my blog, I recently switched over to a WordPress powered site after over seven wonderful years under Blogger. The reason for the switch was simple- my life made its most drastic change so far, and it felt only right to have my blog follow along. After doing … Continue reading From Comparison To Inspiration


Seat Of Awareness

Yesterday, after spending nearly the entire day in a negative mindset, I decided to take my own advice for once. I got off the rocking chair of worry and sat back in the still seat of awareness...and simply observed what exactly my mind was doing. I noticed I was deeply saddened about decision I had … Continue reading Seat Of Awareness

The Magic Of Not Giving A F***

*WARNING: THIS POST MAY CONTAIN OFFENSIVE CONTENT NOT SUITABLE FOR THOSE WHO ARE EASILY OFFENDED*As you may be able to tell from my recent posts, lately I have been reading and watching a wide variety of inspirational content that has been helping me a great deal in my transition to a new, married, adult life. … Continue reading The Magic Of Not Giving A F***

5-Second Rule: Mel Robbins

Today, I'm going to be talking about the five-second rule (and no, I'm not talking about the one where it becomes permissible to eat germ-infested food that has fallen on a dirty surface if you pick it up in under five seconds). The new version of the five-second rule is a scientific method of thinking … Continue reading 5-Second Rule: Mel Robbins

Transition Into Now

Growing up, I thought I had the picture-perfect childhood, but I always had an inkling in the back of my mind that something was missing, something more than what I knew. I was going through all the right motions, but it's all more or less a blur to me now. When I had my awakening … Continue reading Transition Into Now

Farewell to Obama

I finally mustered up the courage to listen to President Barack Obama's Farewell Address, and I am left with an array of emotions ranging from pride and joy to heartache and worry. Obama has led the United States of America for the past eight years with grace, determination, hard work, an open-mind, and genuine love … Continue reading Farewell to Obama

Joel Osteen

This past week of struggling with internal and external conflicts in my relationships and within my own emotions had me feeling like someone totally other than myself. I realized yesterday that the week would have turned out significantly different had my mindset not remained in the negativity that I failed to even realize I had … Continue reading Joel Osteen

Personal Development: Nurology

As many of you know, one of my favorite things to do in my free time is browse youtube videos. I thought I would take just a few moments to share a new channel by one of my favorite beauty bloggers, Nur at nurberxo. Her new channel is called nurology and it’s all about what we … Continue reading Personal Development: Nurology

Navroz Mubarak 2016!

Happy Persian New Year's/Navroz Mubarak/Happy First-Day-Of-Spring! A lot of people ask me why I celebrate the Persian New Year's if I am from Pakistan, and the short and simple reason for that is because the Imamat (spiritual leadership) in my Ismaili religion has descended from Iran- check out this blog post to learn more about the Persian … Continue reading Navroz Mubarak 2016!