{Guest Post} Dar Zitoun, Azemmour

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When I check my email I often am wading through dozens of junk emails. Then sometimes in the midst of a massive deleting spree I find one that catches my attention, and I’m never sure if it’s real, or if it’s an email from someone posing as someone else. That’s the story of this post. […]

{Guest Post} Memories and A Moroccan Dinner

Today’s guest post comes from Julie of Open Wide the World.  I met Julie through an online group I’m a part of for multicultural bloggers.  Her blog is currently on hiatus but there’s so many great resources and stories to discover! You can also find her on Facebook and Pinterest.  I hope you’ll enjoy this […]

{Guest Post} Natalia of Culture Baby

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I first “met” Natalia of Culture Baby when she asked me for reflections on celebrating Ramadan with kids, particularly in a non-Muslim country.  (You can find the post here) When I began planning to have guests posts while we get settled in Morocco, I asked her if she wouldn’t mind sharing her reflections on living […]

{Guest Post} on Culture Every Day

    Today I’m guest posting on my friend Justine’s blog Culture Every Day.  If you haven’t had the chance to read her work you really should. I love her writing style and, like us, she and her husband are raising some global boys! Stop by and say hello!! An Interview with Amanda  

{Guest Post} Morocco from A-Z

Morocco from A-Z Recently I guest posted on Glittering Muffins.  Valerie has a very cool guest post series in which people share information about their state, country or even city. I found it really interesting that when I sat down to think of something representing Morocco that started with every letter of the alphabet I […]

Gluten Free Moroccan Cooking {Harcha}

I want to give you a little heads up.  Right now I am studying to take the LSAT exam.  I’ve finally decided to make my law school dream a reality and am preparing myself for this first step.  The test is for the middle of February so I am cramming!  I don’t want to take […]