My new year’s resolution for 2017 is to be a Tunisian Vegan and so far I’m learning to enjoy this experience even though I face challenges on a daily basis. Here are some of the things I learned: Continue reading Ten Things I Learned After Almost Two Months of Being a Tunisian Vegan
Over the course of the past three days I have been asked by more than five people, some I know and some I don’t know that well, about my Valentine’s Day plans. My response varied between, nothing, hanging out with friends, probably going to the movies or simply staying at home and watching Netflix. Deep down, I actually felt that VD is just one of the other normal days of the week. So I decided to let y’all know about some of the funny, stupid and not so Tunisian like some of the Tunisian people I know would do on such a day. Continue reading What would Tunisians do on valentine’s day?
Having lived in the States and traveled abroad for a while I feel like I’m one lucky Tunisian women. But at the same time I find it difficult to explain some of the things I live,tried,experienced or saw to some … Continue reading Ten things I wish I know how to explain to Tunisians
One of my 2017 resolutions is to live a healthier life and that means making sure I’m only eating vegan food ,avoiding unnecessary drama and working out every single as of the week! So after almost 3 weeks of daily … Continue reading 10 Things to do/Not to do in the Gym
If you happen to know me in person you would definitely have heard me speaking about how much I hate driving in Tunisia and Tunis the capital specifically. This hate(I know hate is a strong word but man I do mean it!)
Here are some of the reasons why driving in Tunis is a stressful thing. Continue reading 10 Things you need to know about driving in Tunisia
It is safe to start by saying that my parents are not conventional Tunisian parents but they have definitely been raised by Tunisian born and raised parents. Here is a list of ten myths that I heard from them. 1. If … Continue reading Ten Tunisian myths we heard from our grand parents when growing up in Tunisia
My buddy Ahmed and I remember the first day he joined work and we said our good mornings, smiled at each other and started working. I remember thinking in my head about how are we gonna do this music DJ thing. I shared the office with a guy for more than two years and Ahmed was the newest addition to the team.
So I when it was time to put some music one I looked at him (used the puppy face) and said if I can put music. He instantly said YES! I was like hallelujah dude you are cool!
Here are samples of the songs I put that day trying to show Ahmed that he just joined the best team ever! Continue reading Ten oldies but goodies in Tunisian music scene