Flowers on First Date – A Good or a Bad Idea?

Flowers on First Date

Believe it or not- the anticipation, confusion, nervousness, and the excitement of your first date jitters are some of the very common responses to this stressful situation.

As you’re striving to present the best version of yourself and making the effort to dress impressively, perhaps the girl you’re interested in is also currently browsing some short prom dress websites. It’s all about creating a memorable impression and finding that perfect balance between style and individuality.

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How to Send Flowers to Australia from Pakistan?

Send Flowers To Australia

Sending a gorgeous bouquet to your loved ones is a wonderful floral treat that they always treasure for years. Whether you want to send flowers as a gesture of love, or just want to congratulate someone on their success, you can always express your appreciation in the language of flowers to make them feel special.

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5 Best Reasons to Send Flowers to your Mom This Mother’s Day

Send Flowers to Mom

Mother’s Day is just around the corner, which in Australia is celebrated every year on the second Sunday of May (9th May). So, if you are looking to treat her with something adorable yet affordable, then there is no better way than sending flowers that convey the message of eternal love, gratitude, admiration, peace, and appreciation.

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SASA! A New Social Mobilization Model adopted and piloted in Pakistan

SASA! A New Social Mobilization Model

A new mobilization model titled, “SASA” which refers to (Start, Awareness, Support, and Action) was shared at a key event with Civil Society and media in Islamabad. The press briefing was arranged by Aiming Change for Tomorrow (ACT International) a local civil society organization to showcase the impact of SASA.