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Finally I’m going home. I’m going to Cairo to see my family and besties after a very long time.

I’m a bit panicked and stressed because of punch of bad news which I will have to fix in a very short time, but I will try to relax for few days under the sun. I keep my fingers crossed.

Hope your Monday is much better than mine 😉 XOXO



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Photos By: Roger Anis

I wake up with a sinking feeling because of my to-do list got longer than I expected during this trip. Yes I’m overwhelmed.

Sometimes we are our own worst enemy. Our brains conjure up worst-case scenarios, which in turn scares us and makes us think it’s not possible to succeed.

Yes it is difficult to strategically plan your schedule to ease stress if you live in Egypt, but nothing is impossible. I tried as much as possible to plan events accordingly.

I woke up early everyday since I arrived with my heart racing thinking of the things I left undone.

My vision was for long (solo) walks, refreshing reading, deep conversations with my friends.  What was I thinking?!

To finish official papers in Egypt, you need many days, so now I’m planning for a real vacation while I’m having one. Lolllll

In the end I’m enjoying what I’ve got.  I’m sitting most of my time under the sun because it is rare to feel its warmth in Sweden during the xmas period.

So Happy Me Anyway! Kisses XOXO

Pink Fluffy Cherry Blossom

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Happiness is seeing Cherry blossoms in full bloom!

Just like everyone else in Stockholm I just had to take photos under the beautiful cherry trees in Kungsträdgården!

Luckily I was early because now the flowers fell and trees have green leaves instead. I know they usually last on the trees for 2/3 weeks but this year they lasted for a week or 10 days.

The central Stockholm park Kungsträdgården – King’s Garden – offers a stunning explosion of the fluffy pink petals along the way and during that time (April – May) the park is filled with visitors, Swedes and tourists alike to take photos under the trees.

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Cherry blossom also called Sakura in Japanese and believe me, you need not to go to Japan to experience and appreciate the beauty of these mesmerising flowers. Hahahaha even if Sweden has a short season for these beautiful blooms, still I was lucky enough to take lovely photos ….

Hahaha social media platforms and blogs are usually showered during Swedish spring with the cherry blossom photos, that’s why I wanted to wait a bit.

Today I had a dreamy lunch and coffee with my boyfriend. Did you have a good day? Mine was fine!