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I have a lot of websites in my bookmarks: vegan and cruelty-free makeup lists, all sorts of blogging advice, online stores, recipes, Qur’an translations, a lot of things related to academia, links related to my studies, entire scientific articles, booking websites, news websites, job search websites, universities, photography tips, yoga schools, overall just a lot of stuff that I want to be able to read again when I want.
As usual, before flying to Rome, I checked for vegan listings on HappyCow. I got quite a few results, but the problem was that most of the vegan restaurants were a bit far from the city center. As we already didn’t live close to the center, I didn’t want to waste time during our short stay to go to an all-vegan restaurant seeing as Italian cuisine is generally quite accommodating. That’s why we ended up going to places that all had vegan options but were not strictly vegan, or even vegetarian.
I previously wrote about Islam vs. Feminism and Islamic Feminism.
As much as I and other Muslim women wish it weren’t, the hijab is the subject that everything comes back to with regards to women’s rights in Islam. Since there is no way of avoiding this topic, I might as well confront it head-on (no pun intended).
Winter has officially started, and even here in Athens, temperatures are dropping. These are some of my favorite products this winter so far:
Half Bulgarian Turk, half German living life as an expat in Greece.