This is a temporary blog for now. I’ve had plans to start a blog + website with all my previously published work, development work I’m involved in and photographs I take. However, one thing I know is a weakness in me is procrastination. Especially in personal projects. Plus the fact that I tend to get involved in way too many things at the same time. But that you’ll see if you keep following my blog. Hopefully after the revolution succeeds I’ll be able to put the effort in making this blog from content to design what I originally had in mind.
I’m a 23 year old Egyptian female. I love traveling, food, photography and music. I appreciate creative forms of art that challenge the status quo like graffiti or alternative forms of art. I enjoy reading and writing and always try to make time to do more of both, but lately I haven’t seemed to find that. I believe the internet is the most important invention man kind created. It not only serves as a communication medium, it also documents history, civilizations and breaks borders.
Most of my work experience has been through volunteer work. I volunteer for CISV. I volunteer for Characters of Egypt. I volunteer in the Egyptian revolution. I am happy to give my time without pay for anything that works for a cause I believe in and contributes in development of societies in one way or another. I also have published several articles in different magazines and websites along with some photographs.
For now, you’ll find my posts are mostly about the Egyptian revolution, as I have nothing else on my mind or in my priority list in these days. In the future you’ll find a diverse range of topics and photos.
Viva la revolucion!