Islamic children books that will make you think!
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
Turn everyday into ones that you were grateful for.
Ramadan is a perfect time to build family traditions and pass on the spirit of giving to your children. What will your Ramadan legacy be?
No more wishful thinking or hopeless failed attempts now is the time to ask for things that you only thought were for dreams. Dua big and you shall receive in sha Allah!
If you haven't already, check out my previous post Plan for an epic Ramadan, starting with outlining your goals. This post is more on how I plan to reach my Ramadan goals. Phase 2: Game Plan 'If you fail to plan, you plan to fail' We all want a productive Ramadan, however, we can't deny … Continue reading Game Plan for an Epic Ramadan