Welcome to our A-Z series on inspirational reads for Muslim women! Today, we’ll be exploring “Positive Parenting in the Muslim Home,” a book that offers valuable insights and practical advice on raising children by combining Islamic principles with the Positive Parenting Method.
Welcome to yet another post in the series – Muslim Women’s Bookshelf: An A-Z Guide to Inspirational Reads where we review the book – Great Women of Islam – who were given the good news of Paradise.
Welcome to our latest blog post on A-Z of inspirational reads for Muslim Women. In this post, we’ll explore “For Those Left Behind” by Omar Suleiman, a compassionate guide to grief and loss.
Welcome to the latest instalment in our series on A-Z inspirational reads! In this post, we’ll be reading about the book, ‘Educating Muslim Women – The West African Legacy of Nana Asma” by Beverley Mack & Jean Boyd.
Welcome to the fourth instalment in our series on A-Z inspirational reads for Muslim women! In this post, we’ll be introducing the book ‘Don’t Be Sad by Aidh Al Qarni’ which is a self-help book that offers practical advice and guidance to those struggling with feelings of sadness, anxiety, and depression.
Welcome to yet another post in our series on A-Z inspirational reads! In this post, we’ll be reading about the book, “Communicating with Allah – Rediscovering Prayer” by Bassam Saeh.
Welcome to the latest instalment in our series on A-Z inspirational reads! In this post, we’ll be reading about the book, “Earning Barakah : An Islamic Guide to Blessed Sustenance” by Ismail Kamdar
Welcome to the latest instalment in our series on A-Z inspirational reads for Muslim women! In this post, we’ll be exploring Asmaa Hussein’s “A Temporary Gift,” a powerful novel that explores the themes of grief, loss, and resilience.
Announcing the Theme Reveal for this years A-z blogging Challenge
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Week 16 of 2021 already. Alhamdulilah. Sharing a story daily from our small world as part of the Project 365 Saturday, 17 April, 2021 The month of the Quran. The month of the revelation. My aim for this month is to finish reading the Khatam atleast once. InshAllah. But I am lagging behind… and a
Sharing stories about Ramadan exhaustion as a mom and the Prophetic Sunnah while in such situations. Click to read more.
Ideas to create a custom Ramadan Journal to suited to one’s lifestyle, needs and requirements. Click to read more.