People who move around a lot tend to fall into two camps: those whose live with one foot out the door, and those who approach each new apartment like they’re going to stay there forever.
I get a lot of reader-submitted questions, so I thought I’d start sharing the answers. Something you want to know? Ask me anything here. Continue reading “Q: HOW CAN I DONATE TO SYRIAN REFUGEES?”
I assume, if you’re reading this, that you didn’t move to Beirut for work. Continue reading “HOW TO: WORK IN BEIRUT”
Four steps to finding a home in Lebanon’s capital.
When my cousin married her Puerto Rican-American husband one Sunday over a decade ago, the women in my New England family slipped into their most appropriate sundresses and headed to the ceremony. The groom’s family arrived soon after in short, black cocktail dresses and sky-high heels. When they laid eyes on the conservative sea of neutral colors, their faces betrayed their confusion. Had they just interrupted a surprisingly cheerful funeral? Continue reading “HOW TO: DRESS FOR A LEBANESE WEDDING”
I get a lot of reader-submitted questions, so I thought I’d start sharing the answers. Something you want to know? Ask me anything here.
I know I’ve been MIA for the last few months. It’s only because I recently became someone’s mom, and getting into the swing of parenthood took some time. A lot of time. And a lot of apps.
If you’ve spent more than five minutes in Beirut, you’ve probably lamented its nonexistent sidewalks and been stuck in at least one battered, smoke-sputtering service.