About Me

I’m a 20-something year old blogger, born and raised in the State of Kuwait. I enjoy writing and hope to one day make a living off of it, till such time I endeavor to keep this blog interesting and lively, for any and all with an interest in reading to visit. I strive to one day be Kuwait’s top blog, and I will do it, one reader at a time.

So far, my writing aspirations have soared to new heights in 2011; The November and December issues of Bazaar magazine have 4 pieces written by me (November p46 & p102, December p98 & p132).

I’m very very open to criticism, as it is the only way to learn in this harsh world, sugar-coated praise will only get you so far! So, if you have an opinion, voice it, if you have a comment, write it, and if you have praise, say it as well 🙂

21 Responses to About Me

  1. Hey Southpaw!
    Love absolutely Love “MyBloogle” captivating and Inspiring, i wish you much success and happiness in your journey.

    Namaste
    Terri Louise Alexander

  2. Abdul-Aziz says:

    hope u all the best dude 🙂

  3. Abdul says:

    as a request to grow the number of readers of your blog,dont write too much big stuff.people get bored of it and most of them in Kuwait they are lazy to read big posts.

    Five something with pictures and attractive to everyone

  4. Amin says:

    Liked ur section investigative bloggerism.

  5. Shatha says:

    Hello and congrats on finding your passion at a young age. Allow me to voice my opinion here, as you strive to become Kuwait’s top blogger. Some may advise you to write differently,add flashy pictures, or even worse write with a broken English or a style that is easier for some of us to understand. But why? You be our teacher and inspiration. You take us with you to a higher level. We have enough bloggers talking about nothing but food, others snapping pictures of everything including their feet and fingers. We need a blog like yours, a blogger like yourself. Take back the writing fortress and fight your way for success. After all , it is gold that will shine and all other stones will fade away.

    • Lord Aymz says:

      I cannot say anything to that except, thank you Shatha, you have made my day, and the rest of my week.

      Thank you.

  6. Lakshmana Raj says:

    Hello ayman
    Very good blogger you are with very creative writings articles best of all real good english
    i have spoken to you before and asked your advice too and i thank you very much for it
    I am happy to see a very young creative man who is born in kuwait and thinks very rationally
    Awesome
    Anyway i hope you could visit malaysia where i come from
    Multiculture society
    Keep it Bro
    Best Regards

  7. walied says:

    hello ayman really find it cool to be in ur site and i found alot of things i been lookin` for from the time i came q8, thanks for the kewl site & keep rocking man and hey 3eb mat2olesh gensytak eh f About me 😛 hehehe

    best regards
    Walied

  8. CJohri says:

    Hey, definitely one of the best blogs.. recently i have been hunting for info on life in Kuwait as i plan to move to Kuwait soon. Following your blog now! 🙂

    • Lord Aymz says:

      Thank you! feel free to ask me for any help you need about anything in Kuwait 😀

      thank you for your kind comment ^^

  9. Nasser says:

    Dear Ayman, you doing a really great work in here also in Expat blog, but I have a suggestion (which I need for myself as well) why don’t u tell about the events before it’s time? will be nice to join as well, something like the Football free style, not much people heard about it.

    wish you all the best and wish you life full of fun and entertainment

  10. THE ZA CORNER says:

    Best of luck..you got your mind all set… Just don’t go commercial
    thezacorner.com

  11. Fatsamurai says:

    Hi Aymz,

    I follow you on twitter and noticed that you’ve added cycling to your activity roster 🙂 in addition to running, i have a weak knee and fear injuring it through running, but i am interested in taking up cycling could you please give me a few guidlines about getting a good bicycle or where you got yours?

    Best Regards,
    Fat Samurai

  12. Cristine Bage says:

    Very helpful advice on your blog! It is the little changes that make the greatest changes.
    Thanks for sharing and keep it up!

  13. Lemuel Badham says:

    What’s up, I check your blog regularly; Your writing style is awesome, keep up the kick-ass work!

  14. Iqbal Soofi says:

    Wish you all the very best, my friend.

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