About Me

This is my official personal blog. This blog is a story of my life. I use it to pour my thoughts, ideas and experience. It is a mixture between technical and social posts. I write about social points of view, relationships, love, marriage, sports…etc. Well, I just wanted to say.. This will be my documented me 🙂 It is my channel to think out loud.

If you don’t know me, I am a multi-functional person. I am now a Software Team Leader, a “fired” teaching assistant at the faculty, and a masters degree holder. I worked as an author for almost a year besides my job. I help people through “life-coaching” services as well.

I am a deep thinker, a quiet person, fragile and yet active. I love to try things. I live on the extremes. I used to be a hurdler and I won the golden medal for that for more than 3 years of my life. Hurdling was a job for almost 4 years of my life during university years. I am simply someone different! 🙂

I am a also married mother for a young girl. I moved to a new country. I am now living in two different worlds. If I can be more precise, I live in multiple worlds at the same time. Read more to figure out who I am!

Now, I also do Crossfit (What is Crossfit?) ! It is a life-changer sport, which gives me more insight about life, and more words to write…

Twitter: Twitter: https://twitter.com/AbeerGhandar
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/bero.ghander

More of my articles on RoknAraby: http://www.roknaraby.com/author/abeerghander/




  1. Have to agree with Ghada Ali in his statement above. Thank you Abeer for the follow on my own wee blog it is really appreciated – Welcome Aboard! If you have any requests or suggestions just drop me a line. Best wishes for a good happy life, MM 🍀


  2. My closest cousin was a hurdler in grade school, junior high, and high school. Then scoliosis struck her down as a sophomore in high school. She was out of hurdling for about 18 months but made a full recovery and went back into hurdles. She recovered so well that she got a college scholarship for the track & field team. Now, 35 years later, she’s a mom and an interior designer.


  3. Hello Abeer, nice to meet you. I’ve been looking around your blog – it’s lovely, so much wisdom and honesty. I think you are a really good and brave person.
    Thank you for following our blog. I hope you enjoy the stories of our journey, both inner and outer. Blessings, Alison


  4. Wow. You’ve had many interesting and varied experiences. That’s exciting! I especially enjoyed reading your heart through your prayers. You have a tender, and faithful one – shared for all to see.

    May your blog be successful, your days filled with love and laughter. 🙂

    Thanks for following Lessons by Heart.

    Praising my Lord!


  5. I am marrying an Egyptian 🙂 I am Mexican/American, I see a lot of similarities with Hispanic males….thank you for your fun blog and insights!
    Peace and Love



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