Islamic children books that will make you think!
Every 3 to 6 months I get a huge urge, to purge, the things that are in my life. With an effort to live a more simplictic life, I try my best to reduce any clutter that I see forming in my home. With Ramadan around the corner, I feel the urge more intensely. Wanting … Continue reading 50 Things To Get Rid Of Right Now | Declutter Series
With our lives being more distracted than ever before, it has become somewhat of a noble characteristic, to be able to focus. Having a sense of focus and drive, is becoming more and more rare. Every where you go people are blissfully busy, but are they busy in doing the right thing? Having focus is … Continue reading 8 Ways To Stay Focused
Belong. Find your People. Create Community & Live a More Connected Life. Yes please! I snapped up this ebook, as soon as I saw the title and description. It was a calling. This book was exactly what I was looking for, right here, right now. See I’ve been feeling like this for a while now. … Continue reading Belong By Radha Agrawal | Book Review
Growing up in the UK as an 80’s kid, I didn’t really understand what hijab was. The word hijab didn't even register with me back then, as it is so frequently used now. As a kid growing up, when I saw people that wore a veil, it meant one of three things, they were either: … Continue reading Choosing to Wear Hijab | Guest Post for Allarsh.com
I was humbled when The Dork Knight Writes aka Momina, offered to do a collab, on Gratitude and Depression. Of course, I jumped at the chance, working alongside a soulful, articulate, yet straight talking, conscious writer. Jump over to Momina's blog post 'The Unspoken Gratitude and Depression After Success'to see where this collab idea started! … Continue reading Gratitude vs Depression |Collab With The Dork Knight Writes
This post may seem like I'm slapping you in the face, with a plastic fish multiple times, but sometimes tough love, is what we need, to get our acts together.
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As I embark on my own minimalist journey, I find myself guarding what I allow into my home. Not wanting to own more, and realizing how real the struggle of decluttering is, I am ever so more conscious, of my own gift giving habits. These gift ideas can be given anytime of year, and for … Continue reading 10 Mindful Gift Ideas for a Minimalist