365: Arabzy blogs for a year.

Here’s to another year of blogging. I’ve had other blogs. My first blog is dated back to March of 2009. However, I used to change blogs/online identities more than a snake sheds its skin.


1) I am no longer an anonymous Arab. Apparently, I’m not just a username.

2) I write around a thousand words a day. Something I never thought I’d be persistent at. I have my university and work life to blame. (no complains, happy as a muffin)


1) My blogging has deteriorated and my attention span is as long as 14o characters (blame them tweets, yo.)

2) I started this blog to write about Arabs: Our problems, cultures, and politics. Little did I know of what the future held. I never wrote about a single alphabet.

3) I abhor Arab politics.


1) Become a better me.

2) Write with soul.

3) Be happy.

Here’s a little comic from my favorite internet gif, pusheen:


For a more insightful post on resolutions and new years, why not visit an old post?
I leave you with a quote, and yes, I’ve become as corny as those who share quotes:
I loved words. I love to sing them and speak them and even now, I must admit, I have fallen into the joy of writing them.— Anne Rice
  1. Cutest comic!
    I think resolutions (striving towards self improvement) should be a weekly thing. Humans tend to think in the short-term easier so short-term plans to fulfill long-term goals is something we have to always be coming up with

    • True, true. I completely agree. The closer the goal, the higher we aim. I shall follow that advice of yours soundly 🙂

    • The Dumbass
    • January 3rd, 2012

    Regarding your resolutions…I think you pretty much achieved most of them. Go Arabzy 😀

    • Thank you. Though, I think I am far away from being happy and content. 🙂

      And I changed your name as per the other comment 🙂

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