Dear Readers, If you are not very familiar with Pet Peeves I got your back. A pet peeve means something that a particular person finds especially annoying. Bellow is a list of the ten most typically Tunisian ones. Please feel … Continue reading Ten Tunisian Pet peeves that I deal with on a daily basis
Dear readers, Part of being a Tunisian living in the farther point in the south means every time I need to go to the capital I end up taking a long road trip! This blog post will highlight ten Tunisian … Continue reading Ten Tunisian Road Trip Snacks
Dear readers, As some of you might know, it is only 4 days left until the end of the Muslim’s holy month of Ramadan. We will go back to eat whatever whenever rituals in the first day of Eid. For … Continue reading Ten things to know about Eid in Tunisia
Hello dear readers, I hope the previous blog post about Ramadan was interesting. I decided to write a follow-up to that one after few friends started asking me about what to do or what not to do when invited to … Continue reading 10 things to know if invited for a Tunisian Iftar
Ramadan is the whole month for Muslims around the world. It is the month were people fast (do not eat or drink anything from Sunrise to sun set). The thought of not eating might seem strange to many people who … Continue reading 10 things to know about Ramadan in Tunisia
We all have been invited to weddings of friends or relatives in Tunisia and felt that we probably should not be part of this insanity. Here I would like to list ten habits that drive me crazy! Yet I have to say I wish my married friends and relatives all the happiness in the world. Continue reading Ten insane Tunisian weddings habits
I have been in the mood for outdoor activities lately and I was lucky enough to get friends who are willing to join me in the adventures. Our latest trip was a one day trip to Beja. The city of … Continue reading Beja, 10 things to explore!
This month I celebrate my fifth year living solo in Tunis. I left my parent’s house when I was 18 for school and by the age of 23 I was already living by myself and having a full-time job in a city that is anything but like home. I recall my first day in Tunis the capital city and I can’t help being thankful for how far I made it. Continue reading Ten things I learned from living alone in Tunis
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?
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