Crisp white shirt from: Kappahl
I spent my weekend walking in the city not believing that I am living in this city.
I moved to stockholm in January 2015 and time just flew.
I have been suffering from the hay-fever symptoms for over 3 months. The pollen is killing me! My eyes are itchy, my nose is blocked and I can’t breath well.
The antihistamine aren’t working anymore but as I can’t take this no more, I decided to enjoy the sunny weekend no matter what.
I went for FIKA with my friend then hopped into town for some errands and today I had some Lebanese food, wine and shisha under the sun with my boyfriend.
Tomorrow I will be back to work but soon gonna celebrate my birthday with my beloved ones.
Hope you had a lovely weekend too! LOVE
Good afternoon, OMG I feel like a human once again. I woke up at 4.30 in the morning and walked till the metro (Tunnelbana) like a zombie.
It was freezing, -10 C and will reach -15 C in the evening.
Today I make my first trip in 2017, taking the train to enjoy the beauty of Sweden and heading to the south where you can see the sun.
Malmö here I come and soon off for quality time with my friends that I’ve missed! ♡
This year I decided to put myself first. It sounds like a cliché but oh damn it, I always forget me. Work is important, friends are important but not more important than me.
Also I decided to BE HAPPY and try to stop worrying about stuff I can’t control anyway.
Above all of that travel more to see new places I haven’t visited before.
Malmö is Scandinavia’s most diverse city. Over 40% of its residents have immigrant backgrounds and over 25% of its residents were born in another country.
I’m really looking forward to visiting many places and sightseeing in Malmö.
Puss Puss! XOXO
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