Big Hair, even Bigger Dreams: Wisdom from the G.L.O.W. Be Ok with Being Unlikeable. Being okay with being unlikeable is a rude awakening for many in this selfie-driven / likes-driven … Continue reading The devil has the best lines.
It was supposed to a quick stop. In and out. A check-in. Basically a #keepingupwiththeKhans in lieu of the Joneses. Plus, we didn’t have any other plans this Saturday night. … Continue reading City Blog: Joie de Vivre & Lahore Eat
When apps and love come up in a conversation, we ready ourselves for some lame stories of another Tindr swipe gone-wrong or questions of whether we tried the latest contender for … Continue reading Data-driven Insights for Dating
Such a great quote from this interview of Christine Nagel, Hermès first female perfumer, in The Cut. You must give it a read.
Dance isn’t something that drops from the heavens; it is a living, evolving tradition and conservation of this tradition lies in constant, responsible change, not in cementing the norms. … Continue reading On Dance (found on the web)
So all that has been standing between me and recognition of my artistic genius is a photo-editing app?
Sound that You Can Wear “…“You’re going to change the word listen to feel,” says Timbaland. “It’s about whole body, completing the experience.” … SubPac is creating its own physical-sound … Continue reading the world on the web this week
If you are a Millennial Asian, the newspapers think you are pretty pathetic. Looking at the numbers, you have earned more degrees than anyone else in your family, are up … Continue reading Meet the Millennial Asian: Over-educated + Under-employed
**ICYMI – The most tweet-worthy stories in #Gender in #Pakistan this week: Source: Propakistani.pk Website & Dawn Website Uber in Pakistan features in both the #gender and the #tech category this … Continue reading ICYMI : Uber in Pakistan + Women Right’s Bill
What Lahore desperately needs is an affordable Co-working space which is open to all types of professional, techies and non-techies, entrepreneurs, freelancers, cottage-industry workers, bakers and yes, even musicians.
“Feminists have been telling us for a very long time that women in positions of authority find themselves stuck between a rock and a hard place. Too assertive or confident … Continue reading Women in Positions of Authority (Quote)
Is it too unreasonable to expect that some government institution take the initiative to protect the tech industry in this nascent stage?