Absolute must-listen track: Jon Hopkins “Immunity”
Ever seen a show where the finale is so smooth, it actually makes you revisit everything you saw in a new light? You might know from my previous articles that the questions I present at the beginning are usually c
Recommended track to really set the mood: Jon Hopkins – “Immunity”
I was torn if I should, and for just one more time, write on mental health. But seeing how little progress the region has done towards this issue, I feel obligated to cater to that inner tear and tip the scale tow
I was reminded recently about the reality of the meme going around when a friend I know well uncharacteristically snapped at me in the middle of our conversation. I was surprised, but before I could ask her about
The best way to grow is to help others do the same
Philosopher John Powys claimed that “The truth is that as education is only real education when it is a key to something beyond itself". American University in Kuwait (AUK) students understood and enacted this w
When I first moved to Kuwait, I didn’t really think about the quaint little store in the neighboring building. All I thought was “this is useful”.
Little did I know the true potential of the place and how
One man’s journey volunteering with refugees in the Greek island of Rhodes
If you’ve been keeping up with current events over the past year, you know that the refugee crisis in Europe is getting out of hand. Roughly 800,000 refugees have passed through, journeying to seek asylum this y
We are constantly bombarded with information, usually in the form of “news” with headlines intended to provoke an emotional response. We can’t look at any online source without seeing ads which imply we’re
With a seasoned career in the world of glitzy Fashion Public Relations, Irish expat Tara Sillery decided to harness her fame toward one cause: offering a helping hand to less fortunate children and adult refugees
Well, kiddos – it’s happening. Right as I type this, your friends and mine are moving on and having babies. I know what you’re thinking not my friends, they would never – and maybe you’re right…for the
by Nora Al-Ruwaished
“Love is not patronizing and charity isn’t about pity, it is about love. Charity and love are the same – with charity you give love, so don’t just give money but reach out your hand i
When Sheryll Mairza founded Operation HOPE in 2005, there was little desire beyond just simply helping people. In a letter on her website that clearly documents her own struggle of how best to come to terms with b
Almost 100 years in and the KitchenAid Mixer is still the king of the kitchen.
It was epic. However, I had high expectations. Having listened to friends raving about their experiences with the ‘’brand the professional chefs use’’ for years, I knew this was something I had to own. Luc
Fatima, or Tootie, Al-Sabah has a heart of gold, and a bubbly personality that’s quickly contagious. Anyone who meets this special lady can immediately tell is that she will leave you smiling with positive vibes
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Camping trips are back. Putting up tents, getting the charcoal ready, the smell of roasted chestnuts and the buggies placed on standby, everyone is wrapped up in coats ready for the cold weather. This is winter, o