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5 Wicked Online Egyptian Shops That you Should Follow on Instagram NOW

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Now we all know how secretly big the online shopping industry is becoming in Egypt. Online shopping is a beautiful addiction that not many have yet discovered the amusement of. I’m writing this as an educational lesson for all the online shopping noobs, call it Online Shopping 101:

1. Follow @qaaf.gallery

Qaaf gallery sells the coolest backpacks, socks, necklaces, notebooks, shirts & hoodies ever…among other things! Checkout their online store or you can go visit their local store in Wust El Balad, right next to Goethe institute. It is the go-to shop for all the music band, famous painters’ groupies.

2. Follow @Magy.shop

This shop can literally turn your favorite anything into polymer clay, just like that. This makes the perfect gift for anyone!

3. YM sketch @Ym.Sketch

This place offer a great variety of the coolest planners and calendars if you’re planning on straightening up your act and getting your sh*t together. The thing about Ym.Sketches is that all their merchandise is themed and it all comes with the coolest stickers!

4. Follow @thetrio.egypt

This awesome trio has life figured out! They sell the best, coolest, most wretched stickers that you didn’t even know you needed, but you do! Check their page out and you’ll know exactly what I mean!

5. Follow @sephora_by_amira_salem

This Queen is selling all your favorite original makeup brands without all the fuss of having to order them through amazon. Yep, indeed a dream come true! 

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4 Habits to quit this Ramadan

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Ramadan-Kareem

Everything changes during Ramadan; working hours, eating diets, our own habits and lifestyle. We have been seeing the same habits and mistakes over and over each Ramadan.

Here are 4 habits you need to stop doing during Ramadan:

Being Too Angry:

Fasting shouldn’t be an excuse for throwing a tantrum anywhere during the day. On the contrary, fasting is about controlling yourself, not letting your hunger and thirst take over your human morals. Threatening others that you will fast because of something you don’t please is getting childish. Fasting is controlling your hunger, thirst and attitude.

Eating too much:

Fasting is not easy, specially the last few hours before Iftar and you feel like you are about to die out of hunger. Extreme hunger can lead to eat way too much from Iftar to Sohour, not keeping in mind the health risks you put yourself through; never mind the fact that excessive eating goes against what the holy month is all about. Also, your body is not capable of saving up food or water for later, over eating and drinking won’t make it easier for you the next day.

Judging People:

Remember that you fast by your own choice; judging others because they don’t fast or they are from another religion who happen to eat or drink in the straight isn’t very mature. You fast for spiritual and religious reasons; shaming others isn’t spiritual nor religious.

Unproductivity:

Although we get less working hours during Ramadan, some people remain unproductive. Fasting was never an excuse to procrastinate during your day; being productive is actually a part of the ritual. Try to create a routine for yourself during the day to be as productive as you can; make time for work, prayers and TV shows.

Don’t use fasting as an excuse for anything negative; it is the holy month, so make the best of it.

Happy Ramadan

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How to Experience the Best Ramdan

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Ramadan is a chance for so many people to reorganize and rebuild their lives and relationships in so many aspects. And we have a whole list of ideas that will help you get the most out of Ramadan.

Here we go:

Create a To Do list:

You can find already designed to dos in stationery store, or you can spend sometime with yourself and design your own to do calendar. Write down the things that you would like to achieve and accomplish this Ramadan whether on the physical or emotional level; organize the dates and time for the activities you want to do from prayers to visiting family member and friends. Each one of us knows their routine and habits best, so try to create a to do list that is logical and you know it will work for you.

Stick to a diet:

Fasting for long hours can be very tempting to eat and drink whatever in front of you with no consideration to your health or body. If you don’t want to lose or gain weight during the holy month; at least do not neglect your health. Track your eating habits during the month and try to find a diet that works best for you and your health.

Exercise:

Whether you choose to exercise before or after Iftar, you have to make sure that your iftar and sohour include carbs so you would have the energy to work out. Not to mention that fasting doesn’t go against exercising.

Reconnect with family members:

Ramadan is a great chance to call the family members and friends you haven’t spoken to some time. We don’t need to tell you that meeting along with family is a part of Ramadan. Invite them over for Iftar or organize one somewhere in a Ramadan tent, and spend some quality time with them catching up.

Have an Iftar dish party:

Sharing food and gathering for Iftar can strengthen bonds between individuals. Set up an Iftar dish party with your friends, maybe do it in someone’s apartment or rooftop; you can also go further and coordinate an Iftar dish party with your work mates and maybe at your gym as well.

You can customize and add to this list as many activities as you can!

Happy Ramadan!

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4 Websites to Land Your Dream Job!

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In the digital age, internet is capable of making our life easier (mind all the social media drama), internet can actually upgrade your career and take you to places. Everything happens online now from emailing different universities around the world for scholarships to working remotely as a freelance. The common way to know or hear and apply for a job is the internet, hence, having a strong resume online not just increase your chances of finding the suitable job for you, it also allows employers to find you; your online professional profile can actually get better opportunities than you actually think. So, here 4 professional websites you need to start using for a better career opportunity:

LinkedIn:

Founded in December, 2002, LinkedIn is one of the biggest professional networks out there. By 2017, the business and employment-oriented service reached 500 million members in 200 countries; more than 2 million users in Egypt. Through LinkedIn, you can create a profile with your CV and start to get connected to people in the same field. Connections can help you find the job you are looking for; the network also send you weekly updates with jobs that might suit you according to your active profile.

LinkedIn is not a typical social media platform for people to get to know each other, it is there to connect employers with employees and vice versa.

Wuzzuf:

With their new launched design, Wuzzuf has successfully served more than more 10,000 top companies and employers in Egypt. Wuzzuf has launched recently launched a blog tackling everything related to employment. The Egyptian platform is now expanding in the Gulf area.

Jobzella:

Founded in January 2013, Jobzella succeeded to position itself as a leading professional network. Jobzella also provides a blog in both Arabic and English discussing everything related to work.

HireHunt:

The creators behind the the mom interview, HireHunt is the freshest interactive business platform. It aims to connect employers with job seekers fast! By answering few questions on your skills and personality, you can land up an interview immediately. HireHunt website looks pretty unique which makes looking for a job or internship an exciting experience rather than stressful.

 

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