In november of last year I turned 30 and was thinking about how old I am and how much I have changed over the years so I decided to write this post about 30 things I have learned in 30 years.
Who doesn’t mind having a little help in the household? In Pakistan it’s normal to have a maid, called Masi here who comes 6 days a week to help out in housekeeping. In Germany we are used to do everything ourselves cleaning, laundry and cooking so naturally it felt like a luxury to have one after…… Continue reading The Housemaid: Comfort or Headache?
After being married for almost 2 years I realize that I took this whole getting married thingy very lightly and that I wasn’t prepared for what was coming at all. I have never been one of those girls who have been dreaming about a fairy tale wedding all their life and have everything planed out…… Continue reading Cross-Country Marriage: A New Cultural Experience
In this post I want to talk about my positive and negative driving experiences in Pakistan and how it was totally different from driving in Germany. I had a bumpy start with ups and downs but as they say practice makes man perfect. I am learning something new with every drive. Before coming to Pakistan…… Continue reading My Adventure of Driving in Pakistan
Here I am sitting in my room with my laptop on my lap and the ceiling fan running on full speed thanks to the UPS (Uninterruptible power supply) in the hope to reduce the burning heat of Multan, Pakistan and staring at the wall clock waiting for the light to come back so I can…… Continue reading The struggles of a newbie in Pakistan
At some point in life we need to get out of our comfort zone and leave behind everything we know and love. Some of us are forced to get out of it and some want to get out of it and try something new. For me it’s a mixture of both. On one side I…… Continue reading How I ended up moving from Germany to Pakistan