Saudi Alchemist in 2010

2010 is going to be a different and a crucial year of my life because of many things (finishing up with my university, going back home to visit my family after five years of being away, maybe finding a job, and so many other things)

As for my blog, there will be also few changes in the way I am blogging  and they are:

  • Presenting two sides of the story:

I will try to represent two sides of any story I discuss in my blog. This way, I can be less bias and the readers will get to hear from both sides.

  • Being more positive:

I realize that many of my views are pessimistic so I will try to have some positivity in my writing.

  • Interviews:

I will interview people from different background and experience and share their stories in my blog.

  • Offering Analysis and Solution to the problem:

So instead of just blaming this and that for any problem, I will try my best to provide an analytical view and possible solutions.

Finally, as another way to improve my blog, I would like to hear from you and see your feedback. What are the things you didn’t like in my blog and what are the things that you think I need to improve? What are the topics that you wish I have talked about? and do you think my blog was helpful to you?. Harsh criticism are highly preferred 🙂 so please criticize me please

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9 thoughts on “Saudi Alchemist in 2010

  1. Murtadha–this is definitely a transition year for you, as it is for all graduands, but especially for those “immigrating home”, who often find reintegrating more challenging than they thought, and who suffer from reverse culture shock.

    Your goals for your blog are admirable and I look forward to reading your new posts, as much as the old ones!

  2. I agree with Chiara, the last year of college is quite overwhelming and sometimes a baffling one, and it’s more complicated by the fact that you’ll be going home soon and will be facing the prospect of finding a job (welcome to the working world!). More importantly it’s a return to a culture you come from and yet since you’ve been someplace else, will be unfamiliar to you and things won’t be quite the same!

  3. Murtadha, wow, what an exciting year for you! I am so glad God lead me to find your blog somehow. I think I read a comment you left on another blog and was impressed so I followed you over here. 🙂 I am looking forward to reading more from you as you graduate, return home and settle back into life over there. You do a great job on your blog already. I wish you the best always!

    P.S. Enjoyed the picture of you in your new glasses! 🙂

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  5. Wonderful blog! Do you have any suggestions for aspiring writers?

    I’m planning to start my own website soon but I’m a little lost on everything.
    Would you recommend starting with a free platform like WordPress or go for a paid option? There are so many options out
    there that I’m completely overwhelmed .. Any suggestions? Bless you!

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