Fareeha Qayoom

November 20, 2011

Garden of Eden

Nasim Qadir’s garden is a wonderful oasis of calm and green peace in the middle of a crowded bustling city By Saima Malik
November 13, 2011

Luxury Redefined

Today’s master bathrooms are essentially an adult retreat that in the past was reserved for holidays at fine resorts. In reality, these days master baths are designed to be true home spas, a combination of relaxation and stimulation By Umer Saud
November 13, 2011

A Secret Hideaway

The bath started life as simply a place in which to perform daily cleaning rituals. However, over the years and with the changes in people’s lives, these rituals and the bath itself have acquired a newly important and central place in daily life By Saima Malik
October 31, 2011

Retail Therapy: my basic Wardrobe staples wish list

For the past couple of weeks, I have been thinking about stocking up on some basics for winter and coming up with some ideas for next spring/summer – yes, I have been planning to clean up my closet and edit, prune and give away a few items…unfortunately, there are not a lot of options in town (replenishments), especially in my size which is a major bummer…. By Fareeha Qayoom
October 27, 2011

Ramblings…a working plan for my leisure activities

I was reading about it the other day (Business, the Universe & Everything, Conversations with the world’s greatest management thinkers by Stuart Grainer and Des Dearlove)…the guy who invented mind maps basically had the same problem before he came up with a short hand to organize his thoughts…Tony Buzan’s output trebled and quadrupled after he came up this new system…He’s the “original renaissance man, responsible for over 80 books, a business empire and a legion of other activities.” Everything has been organized to the max, he manages his life and gets to do ton of stuff with his mind maps… By Fareeha Qayoom
October 26, 2011
dessert

And yet another political song…

Interesting song...gone viral...
September 26, 2011

Book review – Imran Khan’s Pakistan, a personal history

So what do I think about the book?! – I think, it’s a sales pitch – it screams at you, “Vote for me – I am the only ‘honest’ candidate around for the next prime minister of Pakistan and I am ready to do this job now!” By Fareeha Qayoom
September 18, 2011

Book Review: Bill Bryson’s ‘A short history of nearly everything’

Unfortunately people who usually write text books or fact books are no writers. I think they should just hire real writers like Bryson…if I had a book like ‘a short history of nearly everything’ at school. Things might have been indeed different. I mean, the book is readable, accessible, and full of fun facts, not to mention, interesting…furthermore, it’s an enjoyable read By Fareeha Qayoom
September 17, 2011

Spring/Summer 2012: NYFW 2012 – spring is in the air!

September is the month for back to back Fashion weeks kicking off from New York to end at Paris... By Fareeha Qayoom
August 28, 2011

Iftari anyone?

Could anything be more exciting than living in Pakistan right now? By Fareeha Qayoom
June 13, 2013

Hip and Fun-The Place to Be

DHA is one hot residential area, structured and green with clear zoning, it’s a pleasant living experience By Fareeha Qayoom
June 13, 2013

A Model Town

‘There’s no place like Model Town, it’s the Beverly Hills of Pakistan,’ says one resident By Nazish K Siddiqui
June 13, 2013

Lasting Landmark of British Raj

GOR straddles the two cities of Lahore – the modern and the historic giving the best of both worlds By Zonaira Chaudry
June 13, 2013

The Green Miles

It’s all green--the thick canopies of trees, the echoing grass fields filled with the sound of music, the dairy farm and the military spots. Lahore Cantonment is a tranquil place to live in despite being a red alert area By Marian Sharaf