Today I am featuring a special blog post by Taskeen from Muslimah By Design about ramadan in Istanbul. Taskeen believes in living with intention and purpose to fulfill our ultimate goal of attaining Paradise. She is passionate about mindfulness and living life fully (food, travel, islam being her favourite topics!) She blogs about ways to
I forgot to do a monthly gratitude post last month but things got a bit busy towards the end of the month with my husband going away for 4 weeks to Pakistan. And it was one of those months that just flew by and it was hard to think about what I was specifically grateful
Eid is, and should be, an exciting time for children. And one way to bring that excitement into your home is by putting up decorations. Now I must admit that sometimes I do feel that Eid is becoming a bit commercialised but at the same time I do not think there is anything wrong with
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. Asalamualaikum my name is Farhat Amin. I design positive Islamic parenting resources and decorations for Eid, Ramadan, Hajj and Umrah. I also have a podcast/ blog called “A Muslim
Alhamdulillah my children are lucky in that they have access to lots of Islamic books which I didn’t have as a child. Especially related to Ramadan. However sometimes there is a lack of diversity in some books; however Ramadan Around the World specifically explores diversity and different cultures within the Muslim community.
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. I am Maryam, and I am a fully-qualified personal trainer and Hatton boxing instructor based in Reading, UK. I offer individualised coaching, in person and online, that supports women
Growing up as a child Ramadan didn’t seem anything special. The parents were praying more and the house was quieter than usual…..the main thing I enjoyed was in the summer months when dad came home to break his fast; I used to sneak down past my bedtime and eat with him. I don’t think mum
In 2016 I started sharing a round up of our favourite books of that year. Read about our Top 15 Favourite Islamic Childrens Books in 2015 and also our Top 10 Islamic Childrens Books of 2017. Now it is the time for our favourite books of 2018! We haven’t purchased as many this year as we