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March 2017

The Two Twenty: Alexandria’s First Fitness Boutique With A Holistic Approach

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Alexandria’s first mind-body health studio that takes a holistic approach to health and wellness, focusing on physical fitness as well as mental well-being. The Two Twenty, located at Designia Mall- Alexandria, is the place to go to for the whole mind-body experience. There you will find life coaching, workshops, nutrition consultations and pretty much everything…

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15 Design Ideas to Bring Spring to Your Home

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Sprucing things up in your house with the changing seasons is one of the best ways of keeping your mood fresh and avoiding boredom. Think of your home’s interior as a way of expressing yourself, and with the changing seasons (and most likely some spring cleaning) you can make a few simple changes to your…

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This Egyptian Service Will Pick Up and Recycle your Used Cooking Oil

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  We’ve heard of plastic recycling, even paper, but oil recycling? Definitely not that common here in Egypt. Many questions arise when you hear those words put together – like how and why? We’re the country that lives on fried falafel and sandwiches filled with french fries. Just think about the amount of cooking oil that…

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Install Solar Panels at Your Home and Sell The Extra Power to The Egyptian Government for Money

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Egypt has an energy problem-that much we all know-especially as we now seem to be getting ten months of summer and sun. So why not invest in the technology to harness the ever present sun for energy? While the infrastructure might not be completely established, we have the ability to change things bit by bit.…

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Halawet El Donia’s Yasmine Ghaith on How She Used Food To Fight Cancer

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A designer, an English teacher and more importantly, a cancer survivor. After being diagnosed with Stage 2 breast cancer in September 2016, Yasmine Ghaith decided to find out more about the disease that had taken over her body. After endless hours and days of researching and reading studies from all over the world, Gaith reached…

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A Sociologist Tells Us About The Most Common Types of Child Abuse in Egypt

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Hearing the word child abuse, our minds automatically conjure up images of a miserable child in an unprivileged neighborhood, living with uneducated, violent parents, and maybe sporting a couple of black eyes and burns, right? Well, it is true that unexplained injuries in children such as black eyes and burns are considered signs of child…

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Amina Diab: The Child Psychologist Pioneering the Practice of Positive Discipline in Egypt

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When it comes to the ever-changing, and intricately complex minefield that is parenthood, there are so many trends these days that it can be daunting to try and sort through the veritable maze of information out there. One school of thought says, just follow your instincts. Another advocates the “old ways” enshrined in a language…

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MEET the Serageldin Sisters: 3 Smart Women Who Made Successful Careers out of Food and Fitness

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It is rare to find three sisters who are as different from each other and yet similar in so many ways as are Nada, Noha and Hala Serageldin. Having grown up around food, as Noha Serageldin (creator of the wildly popular, Australian-based food blog, “Matters of the Belly”) wrote, “In our Egyptian household, … it…

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