Now we all know where Christiano Ronaldo comes from, if thats not enough reason to get your holiday pants over to Lisbon then I hope my gorgeous backdrop envy will! Lets take a tuk tsk and brisk through Lisbon, thats what I did
What to Wear to Work in Ramadan A guide on what to wear to work during Ramadan in Dubai
Lets explore What to Wear during Ramadan for Work!
LOOK 1 by Busybee
LOOK 2 by Blondebee
Michael Kors Dress
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Shoes: Kurt geiger
LOOK 3 by Brunettebee
This look can be worn during usual work days but during ramadan instead of stressing why not wear your dresses that you usually do by restyling it with a shirt.
Or with a scarf as as seen on one of our other posts here
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Everything You Need to Know About My Holiday I won to Oman A Vlog on what to expect when staying at Six Senses Oman
Interview Outfits | 11 Great Looks For Your Interview Interview Inspiration now hat to wear to an Interview
Interview’s are always stressful and we at The Working Bees only want the best for our “Bees” by the best we mean a stress free interview! So that you can focus on answering those nerve wrecking questions because we are taking one less stressful thing away and that is “WHAT AM I GOING TO WEAR“.
Working Women Wednesday: What is it Really Like to be a Marketing Manager in Dubai? Joanna Eid lets loose the realities of working in a family business in Dubai
Marketing is a career path many women flock to. It’s a profession that requires enormous creativity along analytical skills. Many female leaders we have met in this field have always impressed us with the ability to combine creative flair with a strong focus to. Joanna Eid is no exception to this. She has the demanding role in her family business. This does not, however, make it easier than the corporate world. We explore her journey as Joanna blended her love of beauty with her business acumen to make EIDEAL the success it is today. EIDEAL is the website in Dubai that every woman needs to avoid bad hair days!
Working Women Wednesday: The Real Life of a Dubai Radio Presenter Eve Jaso, the radio presenter with a big heart for the animal kingdom, shares her career journey with us
The beautiful Eve Jaso keeps Dubai entertained in the morning as the Breakfast presenter on Radio 104.8 Channel 4 FM. We love listening to her as we wake up. Eve, followed her passion for music which has led her to present her own breakfast show. It wasn’t easy though and she proves how hard work can pay off. Find out more…..
Working Women Wednesday: Super Stylist Kelly Lundberg Shares her Rollercoaster Career Path Many of us dream of being a stylist, Kelly shows us how she made it happen....
We all know the super stylish Kelly Lundberg! She is the go-to person when you need dressing for any event. Sharing her journey with The Working Bees, she tells us how she went from stuffing envelopes to become Dubai’s celebrity fashion stylist. It was not all plain sailing……
A Luxurious Staycation at Jumeriah Al Qasr Why not make this famous hotel in Dubai you next choice
Jumeriah Al Qasr truly is a luxurious staycation.
Al Qasr meaning ‘the palace’ is only just the beginning of what to expect when visiting Al Qasr Jumeriah. Situated in the heart of the Madinat Jumeriah and boasting a magnificent view of the one and only Burj Al Arab. Your heart really does skip a beat when you arrive.
Al Qasr is home to the one of the most romantic restaurants in Dubai Pier Chic and has the infamous Talise Spa at your door step. With endless access to the Souq via an abra to and from your hotel room it makes staying at Al Qasr truly feel regal.
How to Host your Visitors in Dubai Like Never Before Short stay accommodation for tourists visiting Dubai
If you are like me you will have many relatives and friends who want to visit you in Dubai. It is always on peoples bucket list to visit here.
Dubai is one of the most visited, photographed, and envied cities for tourists and wanderlusts. It is the norm as an expat to be hosting a friend or distant relative every other week. We all love the vibe of having friends visit us but it can tend to exhausting when you start to know the Dubai Foundation running order. Is it OK to say “hang on!” next time someone asks to stay with you, in your home? Is it OK to deny them free accommodation in your home? I am tired of making my small apartment into a holiday home and sleeping on a couch for what seems to be every other week. (To my loved ones, I do love you and I do still want you to visit). However, it does become exhausting ….the excitement we have to build up for your arrival and then plan your holiday. I have been to 12 desert safaris, been photographer and looked up at the Burj Khalifa a million times. On top of providing accommodation it becomes hard work. Now I have found a solution to help me host my guests and make my life easier. This is the solution to have your friends visit with out staying in your home!