AMAL MUSES - THE SECOND INSTALLATION
Annnndddd the second article for the column is here!
As I’ve mentioned previously, I’ll be alternating between Relationships and Health. So this time, it’s a piece about the latter, though not any less fun.
The feeling of seeing the words on print does not get old! This morning I got to work earlier to compete with the non-existent crowd lining up to buy the paper. Yes, if there is one thing this new job has taught me, it is that there is an actual store that sells newspapers just steps away from my office. Who knew??? Amazing. What a revelation.
As usual, you can click on the link below to read it, or Google “Amal Ghazali NST” to check out my other work under this same column.
I would also love to hear what you’d like to read about for my next possible articles! It could be anything from relationships to health to Megan Fox.
Have fun reading!
PS: I know, I know. That profile picture looks odd. I haven't had time to replace it with a new one!
NEW STRAITS TIMES - AMAL MUSES!
No, that’s not my new last name (although admittedly, it does sound pretty hip for a last name).
So happy to announce that I would be writing for New Straits Times!
Blogging has always been such a blast. I love how I am able to be transparent and free to write about everything under the sun, and channelling good energy through words has always been such therapy. Writing a column for NST also brings the same joy, but it will be more specified – I will be discussing subjects under the flagship of Women's Relationships and Health, both of course shall be conveyed in a fun way that would hopefully be as entertaining as it is meaningful.
I thought long and hard about what I should call the column. Eventually I narrowed it down to 3 options;
Eventually, I came about with ‘Amal Muses’. Why? A rather simple explanation – I am almost always musing over things. Simple and to the point.
And so the first article came out and I am over the moon! I felt super proud and grateful to see it, kind of like when I first made a soufflé and it came out almost perfect. Or that time when I actually understood what my real estate agent was talking about when she was explaining loans. But better. If you don’t have the paper, you can always read them online. Just Google ‘Amal Muses’ and take the first link on the list.
I hope you enjoy reading them as much as I did writing them!