Disclaimer: Three years ago I wrote this blogpost on my previous blog "Patyl's perspective" (which I have closed off from the public). I am sharing this piece with you after having an interested chat with my friend in Beirut about the fakers/losers Insta pompous Lebanese men. I know you are going to enjoy it! Try not to laugh … Continue reading Kareem; Our Lebanese Dan Bilzerian.
Disclaimer: <<<Yes it is going to be one of those posts.>>> Not for the light hearted, nor the hypocrite and fake. No honey, there are no pictures posted here. Words only. Oops! I mean paragraphs (captions are for your insipid recurrent IG posts). Do keep in mind the difference between a blogger and an Instagram "influencer" before proceeding the … Continue reading Women & the Blogosphere ; Empowerment at each other’s throat.
The Artport Gallery at the Harbourfront Center is exhibiting the annual Kingston Prize portraiture exhibition up until April 22nd. Displayed are the works of the 30 finalists that took part of the competition. " The vision of the Kingston Prize is to encourage and reward the creation of contemporary portraits by Canadian artists , to provide … Continue reading The Kingston Prize – Le Prix Kingston Portraits 2017
Awarded the Public Transit Transport of the year (2017) you would imagine that you are going to be hoping on and off an excellent public mean of transportation and then reality hits and you are stuck in between Eglinton and Lawrence in what is the slowest ride of your life. Why? no clue, the subway … Continue reading TTC : Public Transit Transport of the year (#%*&@?)
Happy Sun'day to each and everyone of you, Hope you all had a wonderful weekend! Mine was quite interesting as I literally immersed myself into art all day yesterday at the Distillery District for the Toronto Light Festival 2018. It was quite the experience as I was in my element and nothing could've stopped me … Continue reading The Toronto Light Festival 2018 – Distillery District
Disclaimer: A year ago today I wrote this blog post. It takes a small act to bring happiness, hope and a smile to someone in need. Don't forget that. I am proud that my blog post was shared by online publications and reached the number one top post on "Lebanese Blogs" platform. Take a minute or two … Continue reading WHEN I MET JOUDI – THE YOUNG SYRIAN REFUGEE IN BEIRUT
Disclaimer: The following blogpost is the result of stories I have heard from a couple of my girl friends about the aftermath of their long term relationships. They have asked me many times to write about it. But like every post, I write when the inspiration hits. Enjoy 🙂 CONGRATULATIONS! I am thrilled that you finally decided … Continue reading “THE” Ex; the closure of your chapter.