Recent studies show that Millennial is least generation to go out, due to economical problems (because let’s be honest, cool places are becoming overly expensive), and because we are kind of lazy (that’s probably the reason).
So, after long texts on the group chat and hours wasted on arguing on what to do tonight you have all either to just stay at home and call it a night or to crash at one of the squad’s; and in that case, here are 5 fun activities you can do:
We all need to be honest with ourselves for a minute and admit that watching a movie at home is way more comfortable than sitting in the cinema with crying babies. And with the brilliant invention of Netflix, you can stream movies easily. Plus, you can have a show marathon or binge watch the new season of your favorite season while passing on snacks and sipping on wine.
Cards Against Humanity:
This is a game for horrible people, no joke! The more players you have, the more fun you get. The game goes as follows: a player throws a card with a sentence, and the other players try to fill in the blanks with the most horrible things, the winner is the one who can fill in blanks with the most creative yet horrible phrase.
Yes, you don’t want to go out to sit in some crowded place, however, cruising by midnight in the empty Cairo streets is so refreshing, it actually makes you realize that Cairo is beautiful after all. Play some of your favorite tracks, sing along with your best friends and enjoy the night breeze.
We spend so much time at work, gym or running some errands; we don’t really sit down with our friends and catch up. A night in is a chance to know all the details about your friends, listen to them and share your thoughts with them. You can share your latest obsessions or tell them some embarrassing stories without being judged. That is the time where you can just sit back, talk and simply be yourself.
Every time I gather with my friends, I realize how talented each of us is. We are just always so busy with our 5 to 9 jobs that we don’t really sit around and create. You can organize a night in with your friends where you can all share your creative crazy ideas and work on them to become reality. You can turn your place to studio and shoot videos or a unique photography project. You have all night to unleash your talents and go crazy.
Atleir Des’Lumières Paris’s Digital Art Museum
Saudi Rania Nashar Makes it to Forbes’ List of The World’s Top 100 Most Powerful Women”
The Kingdom’s own Rania Nashar has made it to Forbes’ annual list of “The World’s Top 100 Most Powerful Women” and we can’t help but feel so much pride!
Nashar was ranked the 99th in the list that includes prominent names such as Angela Merkel, Kamaala Harris, Melinda Gates, Rihanna, & many other global female trailblazers.
Nashar is the first female to hold the position of CEO CEO of Saudi commercial bank, Samba Financial Group. She also made it to this ranking through her tremendous efforts in implementing changes that empower women of Saudi Arabia, all of which comes as part of the 2030 Vision.
Nashar has exceeded 20 years of experience in the field of commercial banking and has been inspiring young Saudi women to take on the challenge as well and break the glass ceiling and for that, we congratulate her.
This Saudi Landmark Just Won a Prestigious Award for Its Innovative Architectural Design
The King Abdullah Petroleum Studies and Research Center (KAPSARC) has received the American Concrete Institute (ACI) award for concrete construction excellence.
The building, which is designed by Zahra Hadid Architects (ZHA), is one of the most well-known landmarks in Riyadh. It’s known for its unique architectural design.
The structure features an hexagonal honeycomb structure which stands out with hexagonal cell openings providing shade from the harsh sun. “ZHA projects have always been unique and creative in an unprecedented, nontraditional way. There’s no other structure like it in the entire world,” Saudi architect Mokhtar Al Shoaibi told Arab News.
The building is made of extremely complex steel, said Saudi architect Mukhtar Al-Shoaibi.