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Anti-Caffeine plan - Success!

  • By: Qwaider

  • On:Thursday, September 13, 2007 6:45:16 PM
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    Many people don't know this, but I've been in Ramadani preparations for over a month. And the most important preparation, reducing my caffeine addiction, and IT WORKED!

    For over a month, I've been gradually reducing my caffeine consumption. I was finally able to go couple of days with no coffee at all.

    Last year, I remember getting splitting headaches due to caffeine deprivation, and I'm so glad that I decided to prepare well for this Ramadan. At least on they physical level.

    I sure wish I could have stayed in Jordan for the duration of Ramadan, but a little conciliation is that I virtually looking at my parent's living room, whenever I miss the family. Just like I used to get a taste of Jordan by looking at some of the live cams a while ago.

    Just like everything in this life, the more you're prepared, the easier anything becomes. Nothing that is worth it, comes easy to you.

    In other news, Roba got Engaged. So many bloggeretts are getting engaged, and married these days. I wonder what would happen if the word that bloggeretts get married faster gets out.

    So congrats toe Roba and Musa, and all the other bloggeretts that recently got engaged/married. I can only remember ONE blogger guy who got married. Yalla, mabrook to all

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    • #1
    • asma
    • Windows Internet Explorer
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    • On: 9/13/2007 7:06:04 PM
    "I wonder what would happen if the word that bloggeretts get married faster gets out."  Is that really the case?  It seems to be the opposite!
    over the past year or so, i've witnessed at least a dozen new brides from the blogging world. and only one dude! so it's a safe conclusion.
    maybe because women who clog appear to be clearer in their communications
    • #3
    • Budoor
    • Windows Internet Explorer
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    • On: 9/13/2007 8:54:07 PM
    Ramadhaaaaaaaaan kareem
    Kull 3am wa enta be 5eiiiiiir

    Am here to wish only ...
    "I can only remember ONE blogger guy who got married. Yalla, mabrook to all"

    I hope we don't give off geek vibes !
    • #5
    • afaf
    • Windows Internet Explorer
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    • On: 9/14/2007 12:24:16 AM
    yeah, now i drink tea at nite instead of morning, and it works...
    • #6
    • asma
    • Windows Internet Explorer
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    • On: 9/14/2007 4:43:23 AM
    Qwaider LOL I'm not sure about that so than what's your theory than about the blogging males and why it's the opposite trend?
    well, good job with that coffee thing, I'm glad it worked :) , as for me, getting up 20 minutes before the athan to have my Tylenol is working more than fine :) .. i had a headache after 3 but it wasn't that bad, the first thing i sis after ftoor is a huge cup of coffee YUM!!! it tastes even better when you are craving for it :)
    Happy Ramadan again :)
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    • sara
    • Windows Internet Explorer
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    • On: 9/14/2007 10:49:32 AM
    Kol sana wihna liLlah aqrab.. Amen :)
    ya caffiene tell me about it, im a tea holic, which is much smoother, but i compensate for that with 10 mugs a day :s and yes its very very delicious i cant get over it (i drink it with no suger and really hot, ay rassi!) but i managed one time to go cold turkey for a whole week and u know what? its not addictive at all, i was really thirsty but i got by just fine...
    on a side question, guys abroad go to mosques for ramadan, how do single girls manage there?
    Mariam, I can answer your side question since I fit the category you are inquiring about. I don't exactly know what you mean by 'manage', but I am a single girl here (somewhere in America)..I go to the mosque on Fridays, and now that Ramadan started, I have my daily iftar there. Not only that, I stay there for esha and Tarawee7. It is amazing ;))

    Let me tell you this, when I was in Jordan, I barely went to the mosque for Fridays because none of my girl friends encouraged me.. we'd just pray at home.. and I rarely went to the masjid during Ramdan. I find it amazing how I can easily do that over here. I feel so connected to the mosque and haven't missed a day of Tarawee7(in Ramadan) ever since I came (this is my thrid Ramadan abraod). What I love mostly is that I feel more spiritual during Ramadan here because there are no social demands at all. I arrive at the mosque 15 mins before Maghrib, pray(ta7iyet elmasjid), then help in organizing the food on the tables. After that, we break our fast, pray maghrib, then have iftar.
    During the time between maghrbi and isha, i sometimes read Quran, or just sit and socialize with my friends and other women around. then we pray esha and tarawee7. It becomes late for me to stay for the short lesson after that so I just go home.
    Believe me, girls participate in a lot of activities that have to do with religion and the mosque abroad or, at least from my experience I can say America, than in Jordan.
    yay! i hope it would be that easy, i think the trickiest part would be finding a mosque, im traveling right in the middle of ramadan, so im staying at a hotel first, and u know what? i am clueless as to how im gonna get thru ramadan :) i know it should work out but i never imagined i can go to the mosque there! yalla... beta3mooni :) (and that is the second trickiest, abraod, i rarely eat anything, everything has meat in it! and god knows what kind of meat)
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