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A little more about Babble….

26 Nov

I’m not mad.
I’m in love.

Ok, so now you know a little more about Babble.
She has an obsession with UK’s Simon Cowell.

Milanoo Sale!

23 Nov

I’m so happy! My favourite website have their sale on! I’ve just ordered this…

It’s a four piece set and only cost 73 dollars  (20kd) with FREE SHIPPING! Amazing right!!

And…I thought this was kind of cute so got this too..only 17dollars! That’s nothing!! Less than 5dinar! It’s a cute pjama suit for the house..

Now, here is where I need help? I’m VERY tempted to buy this dress and these shoes………what you think?

The Dress is 110 dollars…cheap, I know!! and the shoes only 34 dollars!! Bargain, right??

Kuwait Salons

22 Nov


In 2006, a blogger posted this
So, here is what I’m thinking, is there any chance we could get a 2010 update.

So, ladies, this post isn’t just for me…it’s for all of us.

It’s so important to find the right salon. I understand if people don’t want to name names of bad salons etc, that’s not what I’m asking for.
I want to know, in your opinion, the best salons…there will be a chance to share your views on bad experiences at a later date! I promise!

(you may copy and paste this into the comments to reply)
Best for Colouring:
Best for Cutting:
Best for Styling (yani, weddings etc.):
Best for Waxing:
Best Make-up:
Best Manicure:
Best Pedicure:
Best Moroccan Bath (7amam Maghriby):
Best 7amam Zait:
and most importantly… Best Customer Service and Best Prices

Marriage and what it means to me…

19 Nov

In my opinion, marriage isn’t just a piece of paper. It’s a contract, an agreement between two people to spend the rest of their lives together…..and happily at that.We should never settle for ‘oh, I’ve married him now, I have to live with it.’ No, you don’t. If it’s that bad, leave. If not, make it work.

My first serious point is, The Wedding Band…don’t start quoting things to me or telling me about culture but personally, I think a wedding band is so important. Thankfully, my husband agreed. What do I think it means? And why do I think it is important? Well, there are a few reasons, it is clear to others that I am married, no longer available! In other words, DON’T BOTHER ME. It shows how important my marriage is. It’s a tiny thing, but it’s always there, always reminding me of the most important person in my life. AND for those exact reasons, I’m glad my husband wears one too…and note: the ‘how important my marriage is’ actually came from his mouth as I type this, I asked him, ‘why is your wedding ring important?’ He said, ‘it reminds me of how important my marriage is’.

Truth be told, it probably is that thing that stops men from making those little mistakes they shouldn’t make but some do.

Right, phew, now that’s out of the road, what next? Yes, ladies…

I think there are a few things that we forget.LADIES. Yes, this is directed at the ladies and for once, I’m making US out to be the ‘bad ones’.

Perhaps, we ‘let ourselves go’. Ladies, we forget the importance of ‘looking nice’, ‘wearing a little makeup’, even jewellery.

I’m not saying that these materialistic things matter BUT I do believe they have some importance.

Put yourself in your husband’s shoes. He comes home, find you in your pjs, trackie bottoms, makeup not done, hair looking like you could fry and egg on it…well, it’s not a very pretty site. Yes, of course, there are going to be days when you will be in trackie bottoms and he will love you just as much but every once in a while, make the effort.

As women, we are quick to blame the man for many, many things. We should all stop and think, sometimes, it IS our fault.

He married a ‘fun’, ‘loving’, woman…try and stay that way.

One problem that ‘crops’ up in marriage is children.

We tend to think we need to take our children EVERYWHERE with us. We don’t. We can arrange to leave them with family/friends and have those romantic nights out with our husbands. They need YOU, ALONE. It’s difficult to have ‘real’ adult conversation with kids around…infact, it’s almost impossible. What if your husband wants to say, ‘damn, you look hot today’…it will resort to ‘you look nice’ and then, we complain. Huh, he said, ‘nice, bes’ that was it…well, what else can he say in front of a 6 year old?

Time alone is VITAL.

Once or twice a week is CRUCIAL. Coffee dates, dinner dates, cinema, a walk on the beach…you are never too old.

Remember that couple that you saw sitting by the pier, eating fish and chips out of a paper bag that were in their 70’s…that is MY aim. I want to be that couple.

Most of us marry our best friends and learn to love them as a ‘title’…a husband or a wife. We all have our ups and downs but we must always remember the reason we fell in love in the first place.

What does marriage mean to you? I’m interested to know. The divorce rate in Kuwait is so high…why? And why can’t marriage be taken more seriously?

I still love Boyce Avenue

17 Nov

These guys are; The Killers, Snow Patrol and The Fray all rolled into one…

I love them more and more, every time I hear them.

Enjoy

Events in Kuwait

17 Nov

This caught my eye on facebook…

AYMSTRONG. So, this is a course.In the end you will become certified in Fitness Training & Fitness Nutrition from the International Sports and Sciences Association in Kuwait.

I found the following info over at their website

Course Date: From the 21st of November to the 30th of December.

Course Period: Six Weeks

Study Process: The study process of this course will be a total of six Workshops held weekly to facilitate your education process.

Please note that the weekly workshops will educate you in depth for the Fitness Nutrition course ONLY, not both courses.

Facilitators of the course:

The AYMSTRONG Team:

Nutritionists Sara Al-Kandari, and Dalal Al-Nukhailan. Dr.Yasmin Abdulghafor, and Trainer: Yousef Al-Qanai.

Fees:

Participation in one course: (Regular Price: 350 KD / Students Price: 299)

Participation in both courses: (Regular Price: 700 KD–>Current Price: 570 / Students Price: 499 KD)

 

Woman of the Year

17 Nov

A woman who lost more than half her body weight today spoke of her pride at becoming a teacher as she was crowned slimmer of the year.

Harriet Jenkins, 25, shed a whopping 15st and dropped from a dress size 30 to 10, to be named Slimming World’s Woman of the Year 2010.

Miss Jenkins, who at her heaviest tipped the scales at 26st 7.5lbs lost the pounds over 18 months through healthy eating and exercise and without the aid of a gastric band or bypass.

Read more hereDoesn’t she look fantastic!!