I was going to give you the "I was so busy with uni that I haven't had the chance to updates regularly lately" bla bla bla. speach. But you know how it goes, so I won't repeat it. I will add that my lack of posts is also due to some technical difficulties. A) Lebanon has the slowest internet on the planet (no, I'm serious). B) I sorta mighta kinda cracked my laptop screen (it WAS an accident I promise, but shhhh don't tell my mom yet) so I'm left with using my mom's laptop or posting in uni. C) I had fallen off the inspiration wagon. Especially after that hacking incident, I just wouldn't want to blog. But don't worry, tis all good. I'm back (although still laptopless and with sucky internet). Seriously, I IS BACK! So BACK in fact, that I wrote an article for FashionBeirut.com, super duper exciting... I know :D:D:D
Here's a peak at it...................
Cosmopolitan Middle East: Khloe Talks Body Image
.....................you may read the rest at FashionBeirut.com
“Kim and Kourtney have said to me, ‘If we were put under the same negative attention that you are, we couldn’t handle it.’ If I want to wear a long flowing dress, someone will say I’m pregnant. I believe we’re not given any more than we can handle and most of the time I can handle it. But we all have fat days and if I’m having one of those days, those sorts of things make me feel down.”The news of the launch about a ME-Cosmo came with a bit of criticism. Some believe that the region, which is home to many women who don’t have much rights or a voice, might not be ready to have its own Cosmo. Others believe that the region is changing and the launch of the magazine is something women should be happy about.
What do you think? :)