Hello!! Welcome to the place where you can learn to step out of your comfort zone in order to live your best life. This podcast focuses on self-improvement, mental health, positivity, the law of attraction and so much more!!! Ahlam will be discussing all things she’s passionate about, tips she’s learned through the years and to help you step out of your comfort zone. https://www.instagram.com/ahlamahmedx/
We’re Not Really Strangers
32:39Hiii!! In today’s episode I took inspiration from the podcast ‘2 libras and a cancer’ and decided to answer a few we’re not really strangers question. I am also leaving a link to resources to educate yourself on asian american hate crimes which 1 in 4 asian americans have been experiencing since the start of the pandemic. It is so important to educate yourself and educate those around you. Hold people accountable because to be silent is to be complicit. https://anti-asianviolenceresources.carrd.co/
Men Do Better
31:01Hiii!! In today’s episode I talk about the things that have been happening in the past week. I am tired of women not being safe in the world, I am tired of having to share stories in order for men to listen, I am tired of having to have the same conversation. Just a little TW as I do mention sexual harassment and assault, this conversation is tiring and can be very sensitive so please don’t listen if you feel it might trigger you in any way. This episode is very much all over the place and I simply just share my thoughts.
The Importance Of Feminism To Me
50:14Hello!! In today’s episode I’m discussing what feminism means to me, the importance of representation, internalized misogyny and racism that is rooted in the feminism movement. Tackling gender equality will never work if we only listen to white women, it’s important for us to listen to black women, women of colour, trans women, disabled women, muslim women, gay women and ALL other types of women. We’ll never learn if we do not listen. I am aware that I may not speak about these topics perfectly, I am still learning and educating myself, but as a black woman I have had my fair share of racism and dealing with inequality. I simply share my own views and experience, I am always open to learn and to be educated. Women are incredible humans, we are powerful and strong and I will continue to use my own voice to speak for women.
Why Life Has No Meaning: Success and Capitalism
35:29Hi!!! In today’s episode I discuss the meaning of life and why I believe there is no one meaning, I talk about my hatred for capitalism and why it is the root to all our problems.
Let’s Talk About Love!!!
36:06Hi, i’m back finally!! In this episode I talk all things love which I felt was fitting for the month of love. I talk about the things that scare me about love, the things I love about love and how powerful the emotion of love is.
Reflecting on 2020! Favourite books, podcasts, music & more
35:38HELLO!! How crazy is it that 2020 is coming to an end. What a year it’s been and although it didn’t go the way we planned, there was a few moments which did make me happy. In today’s episode I share all my favs of 2020 and goals for the new year!!
College Chats!! Imposter Syndrome, Friendships, Dating & Finding Yourself
32:46HEY!! In today’s episode I talk about college life. Seeing as it’s the end of semester 1, I thought it was fitting. I talk about my struggle with imposter syndrome, making friends, dating and finding yourself!!
How I Cope With Blah Days + How You Can Too
20:39Heyy!! In today’s episode I talk about burnout and having ‘blah’ days, this year has been incredibly hard for obvious reasons so it’s important to recognize when you should take a break. I share a few tips with how I deal with having days when i’m not doing so well and hopefully they can help you!!
Sometimes You Have To Be Selfish
21:12HIII!! In today’s episode I talk about why it’s important to be selfish at times and why you should prioritize yourself!!
Women Don’t Owe You Pretty
33:25Hello!! In today’s episode I talk about the wonderful book by Florence Given ‘women don’t owe you pretty’. This book is so incredible and made me very emotional, it’s the perfect introduction to feminism. I talk about the chapters that really resonate with me, the entire book is so well written and I loved every moment of it. I highly recommend purchasing and following Florence on her socials.