Was stalking on Instagram and then i came across this post! It gave me few emotions at one time! I was smiling, surprised, sad, proud… (Yeah! That much of emotions!)
I’m proud of these girls and their parents! We do take things for granted A LOT! Time to be grateful…
Sadly, the real danger comes to women is from another woman! We must teach our girls and boys to respect each other and to fight and struggle for their rights!
We all know that, if a country wants to grow, they must let and provide a healthy environment for their women to grow FIRST! And that’s what Islam teaches us as well! Some Muslims have gotten a wrong idea about it. The status of women is highest in Islam!
Well, Pictures do speak a thousand words! (But i cant type all those words out here!) and that’s why i love Instagram (@lifeofamna)
This photo was not taken by me neither do i have any rights or whatsoever over this picture!
Don’t Kill your Baby Girls And Teach your Sons to Respect them! ( and also teach them to control their hormones)
People who have travelled independently will agree that travelling by yourself is a religious experience. Honestly speaking, travelling by yourself is a treat! You get to explore, rest, eat, shop at your pace and time without following or adjusting or compromising with others. Travelling alone gives you a chance to indulge yourself fully. However it has its own disadvantages, like loneliness, safety etc.
But! im not here to scare you! (Boo!) If you are planning to travel on your own then switch on your “light bulbs” As with little preparations and common sense you can have a treasurable experience!
So why travel alone? Well when you travel alone you are your own boss, your mistakes or laziness doesnt effect your friends, you can plan the trip as you like which means now you dont have to go to a certain place which doesnt excite you just because your other family members want to go…
Tips for going solo:
Safety First! Since you dont have anyone to watch your back, you have to be a little more responsible.
Carry your identification with you at all times.
“When in Rome do as the Romans do” Learn the language, culture etc.
Carry a small backpack and buy some necessities from the local stores.
Keep to open and public places, especially at night. Dont stroll in the dark alleys and get raped or robbed!
Check your maps and transportation schedule carefully.
Its OK to meet and greet new people but Dont let others hold your stuff (money or passport)
If you dont mind sharing, then go hostels which charger per bed rather than per room
Travelling with kids, stress about it? You don’t need to! Kids are the best traveller and explorers and I don’t think you will get stress with the best explorers of the world! I know things can be a bit difficult while travelling with kids but with some planning your trip can be safe, fun and memorable experience for the kids and yourself!
Here are the few tips:
Choose a place where both parents and kids can have fun.
Pack all the necessary items; medicine, caps, water bottles, sunblock, camera, batteries etc.
Bring along your kids boredom survival kit: drawing and/or story books, Gameboys, stuff toys etc.
Bring along YOUR boredom survival kit!
If your kid is big enough let him/her pack on their own! Yes Im serious let them do it while supervising them.
Set some rules with your family before you even leave your house. But don’t be harsh!
Take advantage of their sleeping patterns. Go early or late night, so they will get to sleep for (at least) for few hours.
Make sure you finish packing at least one day before the day of your trip.
Map out your plan and let your little ones know about it.
If you are bringing your pet along prepare a bag for them aswell, food etc.
Make sure you have your travel insurance ready.
Don’t just make your trip all about your kids otherwise you will get bored, have some plans for your own self! But Im very sure that you will not get bored with kids around you! Surprisingly, you will have more fun-filled experience!
So don’t postpone that trip, waiting for the children to grow up. Always remember that nothing is more educational for ALL ages than traveling!