Daytime: 9am – 1pm
Evening: 4pm – 9pm
Isn’t it beautiful ?
Got this gorgeous gift from the kind people over at au nom de la rose, made my day. I love flowers.
Guess by now you kids with hormones rushing all up and down are aware that its the month of K-town’s big celebration and bass – 808 – drums V V V V Very hard beats in the hearts section.
Yes, tis the mating season *ahem*
For real, the bouquet, wrapping with a semi organic feel and final look is awesome.
What ? don’t believe me ? LOOK !
THE WAIT IS OVER! KHALEEJESQUE’S FIRST PRINT ISSUE HAS FINALLY ARRIVED
Khaleejesque, the first online ‘Khaleeji’ lifestyle magazine is proud to announce the unveiling of its first print magazine issue. The “Culture Issue” showcases contemporary reflections of the Arabian Gulf, interviews inspiring people such as Sara Al-Hamad, uncovers UAE’s hidden gems and explores the rise of social media in the GCC, among other things. The first issue of Khaleejesque Magazine is a local production that covers regional topics presented to an international audience.
To celebrate the launch of the magazine, Khaleejesque is going to have an event to showcase the print magazine in 360 Mall on the 5th and 6th of February from 10am-10pm. Meet the talented team behind Khaleejesque, walk around the make-shift magazine installation, get a digital snapshot from BonkerBox and make sure to grab a free copy of the first print issue.
We kindly ask all media representatives and bloggers to arrive for the official launch at 6 pm on Sunday the 5th of February. Team members will take you around the installation and will hand you a special complimentary gift bag.
Noor Al Sabah
Its not the full video :nohope
I don’t know who did this but this definitely made my day. LOVE IT I LOVE IT I LOVE IT!
AS A CITIZEN, I COULD NOT BE HAPPIER. AWWWW ;D
THE PEOPLE WERE ROARING FOR IT – Feedback on twitter is off the hook !
Thank you SARA for sending this in.
Pics from the Avenues Account on twitter:
Cherry flavored coffee shots are the one positioned right on top of the machine. With MILK, these babies = pleasure.
Absolutely LOVING everything about this. Device, color and travel bag.
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دعم التوعية والثقافة في علم النفس في الكويت هي حملة تم تأسيسها من قبل آلاء ودلال الحميضي . عملناعلى هذا المشروع لمدة سنتين والحمد لله تلقينا الكثير من الدعم من المجتمع الكويتي وجامعتنا في الولايات المتحدة. حملتنا تسعى إلى تعزيز المساواة والدعم للأشخاص المصابين بمرض عقلي و اي أحد يختارطلب المساعدة النفسية. نأمل أيضا تعزيز علم النفس كاختيارعلمي ومهني. والحمدالله الكويت مستعدة لهذا التغيير.
سنعقد حدثنا في الجمعية الثقافية الاجتماعية النسائية في الخالدية يوم الاثنين 9 يناير. وسيقدم الحدث فياللغة الكويتية وسيتم عرضه باللغة العربية و الانجليزية. سوف نناقش أهمية الصحة النفسية. وسوفتغطي جميع الأساسيات وبعض الحقائق الهامة عن وصمة العار اللتي تحيط بالأمراض النفسية. وتذكروا”لا توجد صحة دون صحة النفسية”.
الدعوة عامة لكل من يؤمن بهذه القضية الهامة.
Hello. My name is Dalal Alhomaizi. I am 22 years old. My twin sister (Alaa Alhomaizi) and I both study psychology at Northeastern University in Boston, MA, USA. We have created a bilingual campaign called Standing up for Psychological Education and Awareness in Kuwait (S.P.E.A.K). S.P.EA.K aims to eliminate the stigma against mental illness, to promote the seeking of psychological treatment, and to promote psychology as an academic and professional choice. We have a facebook page (www.facebook.com/SPEAKuwait ) and a twitter page (www.twitter.com/SPEAKuwait ), and we will release a website in the near future.
We have an event to raise awareness about mental health and how to end the stigma of mental illness on January 9, 2012 (the rest of the details are coming up towards the end of this email). For a cause to be successful, it obviously needs an audience and the right publicity. This is where we require your assistance. Your blog is very prominent, dear to our heart (we are loyal fans), and followed by many other loyal fans. We would really appreciate it if you would post about our event on your blog please. We need your collaboration to give the voice to the neglected topic of mental health, to promote the rights of every Kuwaiti citizen to be aware of mental health and everything that it offers, and most importantly to end the discrimination against people living with mental illness.
SPEAK (Standing for Psychological Education and Awareness in Kuwait) is a campaign that has been founded by Alaa Alhomaizi and Dalal Alhomaizi. We have been working on this project for two years now and thankfully we received a lot of support from the Kuwaiti community and our university in the US (Northeastern University). The SPEAK campaign seeks to promote equality and support for people with a mental illness or for anyone that chooses to seek psychological help. We also hope to promote psychology as an academic choice and a discipline. Fortunately, Kuwait is a country eager for this change and is ready for it.
We will be holding a SPEAK event at the Women Cultural & Social Society in Khaldiya on Monday January 9th. The event will be presented in the Kuwaiti language and the presentation will be bilingual. We will be discussing the importance of mental health. We will be covering all the basics and some interesting facts about the stigma of mental health. As always, remember “there is no health without mental health”.
Why should you come?
This is not an event just for people with a mental illness. Everyone is welcome. People with mental illnesses, their supporters, and anyone who believes in this cause and ending the stigma is welcome.