Sweet & Solid – Interviewed by Zatasha Kiran


Arwa Abdulrahman Al-Moghrabi, the talented 27 year old Saudi Lebanese hybrid, already has a BA in language and literature and is currently working on an MA in Education (TESOL).

She started teaching English as a second language when she was 13 and also runs Cookietier, a home based bakery that specialises in sweets. As if all that wasn’t enough she is a fitness instructor and personal trainer and loves to stay motivated with diversity at work.

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Chloe’s Cupcake Kitchen: The Power of Determination – By Dalia Al Saad


You’re never too young to make political changes in your country. Skeptical? Well here’s the story of a little girl who did just that.

Twelve year old Chloe Stirling’s story with cupcakes started when she was about nine. She whipped up her melt-in-your-mouth cupcakes mostly for friends, relatives and fundraisers. Making about $80 a week, her plan is to purchase a car when she turns 16. To reach that goal, her parents are encouraging her by matching each dollar she earns.

Photo: The Blaze Chloe Stirling with her creations.
Photo: The Blaze
Chloe Stirling with her creations.

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