Posts tagged with: Learning

By: Madiha Malik Dr. Tasnuva Tunna is a Pharmacist, published scientist, and a mother of two. In this two part interview, she shares her courageous journey as she strives to...
By: Mona Ismaeil   Whether your little one is in Grade 1 or Grade 12 and whether they are learning in-school or online they will have to review, complete homework,...
By Mariam Mazhar    March break panic has set in!  Not heading to a sunny beach? Neither am I but I have set up some do’s and don’ts for March break...
By Mona Ismaeil Ramadan is just around the corner and with still a month of school to go, Ramadan joins us at a crucial time of the school year. Our children...
By Saraa Mahfouz I felt excitement when I learned that I will be fasting that Ramadan. I was almost 9 years old and Ramadan was during the winter months. The days were...
By Maryam Kidwai Ramadan is right around the corner and I can hardly believe it. The holy month is a time of spirituality, solitude, socialization and a time to feast on...
By Mona Ismaeil I often hear women talking about how they made their husbands better since marrying them. How “he’s changed” and they glow with pride over the transformation. How...
By Mona Ismaeil I often hear women talking about how they made their husbands better since marrying them. How “he’s changed” and they glow with pride over the transformation. How...
By Khaula Mazhar Unlike the very “cool” advice Helen Mirren said she would give her younger self, that is, to “tell people off more frequently”, I suppose mine is quite boring...
By Rahila Ovais I am sure all moms from South Asia are pretty familiar with the board game Ludo; the beloved family amusement in life before internet and computers. It...