I find writing for this page the hardest thing to do in the world. So how about I share it in a video? Yes? No? Okay.

FINE I'll do it. Here's ME in a nutsell:

I was born in a family of 4 brothers and 1 sister. My sister got married and left for the US when I was 7 years old. So I pretty much grew up like a boy (which included wearing pretty much all of my brothers hand me downs), if you don't believe me here's a picture (that's me in white, with my little brother aka The Lolz Studios Guy:

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Anyway, growing up in Pakistan meant at some point I would be asked to look like a girl and act like one too. So naturally I went through a very exciting, frustrating, mind boggling, and much gr8 learning journey of discovering not only myself but also what it meant to be a girl.

This blog is just another one of my attempts to try and get others to reflect and grow in their own journeys as they struggle and push through what we like to lovingly call 'life'. It is also a project that I have been pushed to do by many kind souls that have been following me on the various mediums where I was doing all sorts of shenanigans. So now I've finally put it all down together in one place. NOW LET ME SLEEP FOR THE REST OF MY DAYS! *curl back into bed*

Coffees are my go to drink, and sleeping is my favorite thing to do when I'm not particularly doing anything important. Traveling is my passion and I have an OCD to organize everything in my life including my travel plans (which is good because you get to have me do all the dirty work for you before you can head to your precious vacations). I currently live in Bangkok where gr8 times are happening. I am still trying to adjust to the humid climate here and the extremely busy, fast & happening life which sometimes takes a toll on a lazy Islamabadi like myself. I love watching animes and am an extremely sensitive cat person (I still cry over my cat who died a couple of years ago because I still miss him). I am happily married to a gr8 feminist boy who I love very much and you will get to see lots of him all over my blog (even though he's extremely social media shy... Wife wins?) I miss my family and my city pretty much every day and find myself becoming more and more patriotic/nationalistic with every passing day (so strange. I need to talk through this phenomenon in a post one day).

Anyway, thanks for being here. I hope you have a SUPER good time. 

P.S. Yes there's a story behind the SUPER tagline and if I am ACTUALLY a super star one day, I'll tell you what it is.