Sunday Day 145 – 24th May Eid Day! I hadn’t managed to get the girls all the things I wanted to as due to loss of income we have to be careful with spending. But I still managed to get them enough to keep them happy. Thankfully my girls don’t expect bags of presents. I did get
I was never really taught the word Sahaba and when I first came across it I was confused. So what does Sahaba mean? Sahaba refers to the companions, friends and family of the Islamic prophet, Muhammad, (PBUH). Again that some something I didn’t know much about. Not having been taught much about Islamic history apart
My Muslim Mums in Business series focus’s on inspirational Muslim women, who are balancing the art of motherhood along with running businesses. Please introduce yourself and your business. As Salaamu ‘Alaikum Wa Rahmathullahi Wa Barakatuhu, I am Seema Umm Rayyan, founder of Level 10 Muslimah life coaching. I am a Spiritual Connection Coach and Creative Journaling Facilitator. I accompany
Sunday Day 138 – 17th May I feel like I type ‘today was a quiet day’ a lot. But frankly most of the days are quiet and there isn’t much to share! I caught up with some blogging work as had to send a draft blog post to be approved….and the girls did their usual of TV,
Disclaimer: We received some products from Rafiq and Friends for the purposes of this post. We are almost at the end of Ramadan and I am sure many parents with young children have likely found it challenging at times. When you are trying to fast up to 16/17 hours a day, possibly working, preparing food
Sunday Day 131 – 10th May Bee has been missing chicken pops from her favourite takeaway. Would have got her some but they are shut…..so attempted a new recipe for homemade chicken bites. Must admit they were a lot better than the ones from the takeaway. In future will be making them at home. Published my post
This Eid is going to be very different for many, especially those still in ‘lockdown’. Recently I have been seeing posts and comments from people saying they will not be celebrating as it feels wrong with people around the world suffering.
My Muslim Mums in Business series focus’s on inspirational Muslim women, who are balancing the art of motherhood along with running businesses. Please introduce yourself and your business. My name is Tasnim and I’m a single mother of two. I run two small businesses; makeup artistry and photography services, and also work as an accountant full time.