This month has been a weird one because I've basically been locked away with my laptop for the duration working on something SUPER FUCKING EXCITING that I literally just cannot wait to bring to life. In this day and age it's so normal to just push things out on social media and onto the internet almost immediately and it's been a real challenge to keep my mouth shut about what it is I'm working on but fingers crossed all will be announced sooooon! In the meantime, highlights of November (the bits I can talk about!) including attending the Chain of Hope charity gala below...
Last month, the Do It For The Dick Challenge hashtag went viral on social media. In what was potentially the scariest piece I've written so far (which just goes to show the extent to which women police themselves let alone each other!), I penned my thoughts in my first piece for Grazia UK's print magazine. As an Egyptian woman in particular, but even as a woman in general, there are so many double standards when it comes to what we're allowed to want and our subsequent behaviour. It's kind of boring now, don't you think?
I don't really celebrate Christmas, mainly because it's never really something my family have done - but there's something about this time of year that just always feels so freaking chilled and hopeful, and it's making me a Christmas fan through and through.
I think it's just something we as human beings do, always want to tick, tick, tick through our to-do lists and onto the next challenge, next goal, next experience, but I think it's super important to reflect on what we have done and have achieved, as well as just what we want to do next.