Your Fave Bengali On Thought Catalog

Hey Y’all, Aside from it being Rodeo season and Luke Bryan coming into town, I have had a lot of reason to be giddy. One is all the support from everyone taking out their time to read my posts and giving me feedback, it really means a lot. Second, a writing piece I submitted toContinue reading “Your Fave Bengali On Thought Catalog”

Made Out of Brown Sugar, Honey & Gold

As Spring is approaching, well more like summer here in Houston, you can already see all the “brown” also known as Desi/South Asians preparing for hibernation until winter comes around. Both males and females fear the sun like the apocalypse. It’s that time of the year where Bengali Aunties give you random skin brightening remediesContinue reading “Made Out of Brown Sugar, Honey & Gold”

Savasana & Literally Chill

So yesterday was very eventful for me, literally. As a member of Tidbits Front Row, I get a lot of awesome opportunities to attend social events and sometimes they are exclusively held for us. Last night Joy Yoga on Washington hosted  “Champs & Savasana.” Our evening started out with a healthy happy hour which consistedContinue reading “Savasana & Literally Chill”

Who Run The World? Women

A girl should be two things: who and what she wants -Coco Chanel First and foremost, Happy International Women’s Day to all the goddesses out there! I choose to come into work today because I love what I do and luckily my bosses are women. It is so inspiring to be in an environment whereContinue reading “Who Run The World? Women”

New Hair, Who Dis?

“A woman who cuts her hair is about to change her life.” -Coco Chanel Before we talk about my new hair can I just state how Coco Chanel’s words of wisdom always come to play a role in my life? I mean I don’t have coasters of her famous quotes in my office for theContinue reading “New Hair, Who Dis?”

Who Am I? Well that’s a loaded question

  My name is Momotaz Rahman but everyone calls me Mow, which in Bengali means honey. Before we dive in, let’s breakdown why I choose to brand myself  “The Bengali Belle.” I was born in Bangladesh, wet my feet in New York City, raised in Richardson, Texas and cultivated in Houston, Texas. I like toContinue reading “Who Am I? Well that’s a loaded question”