Often when I am writing, it is in pieces. When someone once asked me to describe my writing process, the best (and most obnoxious) way I was able to speak to it was by comparing my writing methods to the way my grandma crochets.
a day of dreaming (on youth)
One day as I was scrolling through Twitter, I came across a platform called Dream on Youth. The content was… Read more a day of dreaming (on youth)
a reflection on 2017 for the lipliner
2017 marks the second calendar year that we’ve blogged in. It hasn’t been two full years since the site’s inception,… Read more a reflection on 2017 for the lipliner
A collecting fanatic. Corners of my universe serving as miniature temples dedicated to honoring the things I did not want to forget, the things from which I could not part.
a metaphorical patchwork quilt
I want to thank you for your contribution, be it monumental or otherwise, to this metaphorical patchwork quilt. It seems… Read more a metaphorical patchwork quilt
to you: the one who feels stuck
It’s a peculiar feeling to look ahead and see so many unlived days yet simultaneously believe there isn’t enough time to greet those… Read more to you: the one who feels stuck
revisiting my eighth grade letter (almost) ten years later
In 2008 I wrote a letter to myself, then life got in the way and I never got to respond.
a revisit with a modest marvel
Discussing hijabi fashion for college women.
on being present
In an effort to make my online presence as a writer a bit more cohesive, I will be taking pieces of… Read more on being present
“i went viral + here’s what happened”
What happens after you’re featured in the wildly popular internet series Humans of New York?