Posts filed under: Laugh out Loud

Adventures Of The Travelling Muslim Moms I

By Team Travelling is probably one of the most exciting things you can do in your life. Going out to experience different landscapes, cultures, foods and traditions really opens... Read More

In Sickness And In Health

By Rahila Ovais Parents are partners in crime (of sorts). There should be a mechanism whereby both parents can never fall sick together, because if they do, this is what... Read More

Me Want Bahu

By Khaula Mazhar Note: This will work best if you imagine this lady rapping to Apache Indian’s “Arranged Marriage.” The time has come for this Amma, To find one larki... Read More

The Nature of Things: Appreciate Grass On Your Side Of The Fence

By Khaula Mazhar Being a nature geek I often find it hard to fathom the general population’s complaints about the weather, their distrust of large animals, and extreme opinions regarding... Read More

The Man In My Life

By Shazia Afzal So he is the man in my life. My whole universe revolves around him.  He is late from work and I worry to death. All the bad news... Read More

How To Interview for a Husband

By Aaisha Zafar Islam A few weeks back, I read this article on NYT, on how to fall in love with someone, anyone, in 36 questions. For me, this came... Read More

Desi Mom Is, As Desi Mom Does!

By Muneezah Jawad I am a typical desi mom and I am proud of it. Desi, for those of you unfamiliar with the term means of South Asian descent. There... Read More

How To Fail Your Road Test

By Aaisha Zafar Islam I have seen scores of ladies ask for a good instructor to help them train and pass their road test. Never have I seen anyone solicit... Read More

The Super Hijab: Other Uses For Your Hijab

By Mona Ismaeil Hijab is more than a head covering, as many a muhajabah can attest. It can take on many roles depending on your needs. Here are a few of our... Read More

Things Muslim Parents Do

By Uswah Ahsan The Immigration Lecture Every immigrant child has this etched in their brain. This lecture goes as follows: Kid: Mom, Dad, it’s the last day of school, can... Read More