So I’ve been doing these crazy things called sprints on the treadmill lately.
I thought I’d switch things up a bit on Dina’s Days to share a few frequently asked questions about Arab-Americans.
This is a guest post from my friend Ammona
Bridal showers, birthday parties, dinner celebrations, kitchen cleaning, bathroom cleaning, dusting, and work, work, work.
I spend a lot of time photographing things for my blog. I still have a lot to learn in terms of photo editing but have found a few tricks along the way that help produce a decent photo.
A couple years ago, my sister guest blogged about subtle changes that made her every day tasks more manageable. Everything she shared was on point and have helped me tremendously.
A few weeks ago my friend Shannon suggested that we get together but rather than spend money on eating out, that we stay in and cook something instead.
I hope everyone had a wonderful holiday! I really took advantage of my time off work by ice and roller skating, eating seafood, going to Baxter’s downtown, catching a jazz show at the Civic, and watching lots of
I kept a journal for many years, however I found that the majority of things I documented were rough and troubling times in my life.
Every year I am in complete awe of the scenery in NE Ohio parks. It’s as though it’s my first time taking in the breathtaking shades of orange, red, and yellow surrounding every trail.