ABOUT ME

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Hello friends,

My name is Wafa Yahya and I am a Palestinian lifestyle blogger based in the UAE.

I started Wafa’s Diary in October 2014, with the aim of discovering my own self and my interests.

As much as I am keen on discovering myself through this blog, I also want to inspire people and make them believe in themselves. I believe that every person has to search for the beauty and greatness that is within them.

Also, I want this blog to give a good example of Arab women those who are strong, educated, decision makers, open-minded, care about, world issues and at the same time follow the latest fashion trends and make-up styles.

I hope that you enjoy reading this blog as much as I enjoy sharing my life experiences with you.

For partnerships and business opportunities, please contact:

wafa@wafasdiary.com
Facebook: WafasDiary
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3 thoughts on “ABOUT ME

  1. SabuRi

    Hello! Sorry if jump in but I just found your profile and I adore your style 🙂
    I am Sabrina, italian girl based in Milan where I live and work as a designer for a japanese company.
    During my free time I love drawing and creating paper jewelry.
    I have always been inspired by arabic style. My first love is arabian atmosphere and hijabers 🙂
    I am going to attend an arabic language school in Cairo next July and I am looking for to meet designers from arabic countries. I am really really really interested in hijabers, in UAE countries and tastes.
    It is really hard for me to keep in touch with arabic women. Probably I look like a maniac but what I wanna do is just share informations, tastes and interests. And why not, meet new friends 🙂
    This is the first time I found a blogger without 2k of followers, which are very complicated to have a “normal ” communication.
    I leave you my contact here below…maybe you are interested to write me back. Maybe not, In any case I like your blog and the thought behind. Very genuine!

    Wish you a lovely day and week end
    SabuRi

    INSTAGRAM: saburi_chicrude
    FACEBOOK: facebook.com/chiandrude
    BLOGSPOT: sabrinaboschetti.blogspot.it

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  2. Jody

    Nice piece, and an important perteecsivp. The nonprofit and foundation sectors are finally waking up to a basic tenet that the private sector has long been aware of: listening to your customers is not only a good idea, it’s essential to success.

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