Zero to Hero?

Salam Alaykum and a warm welcome to all new and old readers,

The wonderful and inspiring people over at the dailypost have a new program/course this January called Zero to Hero: 30 Days to a better blog. I deliberated on whether I should take part in it or not. On one hand it seemed like a good idea especially since I want to blog everyday of 2014.

On the other hand I thought that I may struggle integrating it into this blog, it seemed to be more aimed at bloggers that are just starting out or have been inactive for a while. While I don’t think I can not benefit from it, indeed I think of myself as a beginner in blogging, it just wouldn’t be a linear transition, it won’t fully fit into this blog overall.

On top of that it is January the month of those Most Gruelling and Exhausting Muggle Exams, so I really have no time to do that as well, considering my first Exam is on Tuesday.

What I will do instead is pick and choose a few things/topics etc., for example see that new and shiny widget in the sidebar? Yes, I pretty much ripped it off, a big THANK YOU for that. My theme/motto this month is about “Being Thankful” after all, so there a show of my appreciation.

I mainly blog about my Faith Islam in correlation to my life and occasionally about problems that I see in myself as well as in the Society/Community. I try myself at a daily prompt at least once weekly. I am also a video freak and feature my favourite videos of the week every Tuesday in a couple of categories. Thursdays are my Deutscher Donnerstag,  those are most likely going to be a commentary on the show Bambule on ZDF (Second German Television). They do have a range of very interesting topics though are in a winter break currently.

Due to my being a student and being utterly disorganised, most of  my posts go up around midnight 😀

Thank you for reading, comments are always welcome.

I'm a Zero to Hero Blogger!

Also check out my About me page

#January – Being thankful

Wa Salam,


About Mu610

22 year old German Muslim currently studying at Bradford University in the UK. Born in Marburg, raised in Berlin and spent 5 years in Nottingham then moving to Bradford in September '12. Is fluent in German and English and has some knowledge of French and Arabic, has an interest in learning Japanese, Italian, Spanish, Russian, Chinese and maybe Urdu for now.

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