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3 ways to Jump-start your Ramadan

One of the salaf said: “Rajab is the month to sow the seeds; Sha’ban is the month to irrigate the crop; and Ramadan is the month to reap the harvest!”   With Rajab gone and Sha’baan

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My first Dua book- DIY

My first Dua Book- DIY

If you have been following me on Instagram, you may know that I have been trying to teach my kids to be thankful for everything, the good, the bad and the ugly (I am hoping that this will teach them to

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a ramadan reflection

A Ramadan Reflection

Ramadan is almost here Alhamdulilah and with the launch of Ramadan Reflections- The 10 minute journal, I thought I would share the inspiration behind the journal.  Every day, I try to read something beneficial

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Interview with By Fatima

Please introduce yourself and your business?   Assalamu Alaikum, my name is Fatima – I’m a wife & mother of three, born & raised in Australia, I work from home & loves all things to

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sibiling rivalry

The Curse of Sibling Rivalry

When you have more than one child, chances are you have found yourself caught in the middle of the crossfire of sibling rivalry quite a few times throughout your parenting career. “Mom, He hit me!” 

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how to talk yourself out of everything

How to Talk yourself out of Everything you want to do.

I enjoy How to’s mainly because it the only time I get to show off without it coming across like I am bragging.  In fact, How to’s are helpful and many people enjoy learning something new so the show

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Muslim Woman in Entrepreneurship

Muslim Women in Entrepreneurship

Now, more than ever, we are seeing the rise of Muslim entrepreneurs who are catering to the growing demand for Muslim-focused consumer products. With the latest ‘Hijab’ ban in the E.U that

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Interview with Middle Way Mom

Yay! We are starting a new series of interview style posts where we ask other Muslim Homeschoolers about their homeschooling journey (their highs and lows, resources tips and much more!). MashaAllah, many

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Islamic Unit Study for Preschoolers

The time has come, my four year old has reached the point where she wants to do “real” school work. While I believe that preschool years are for playing, helping and joining with whatever is

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12 books for a muslim girls bookshelf

12 Books for a Muslim Girls Bookshelf

The books we read, the shows we watch and the stories we hear as children all have a huge impact on the adults we become. As children our beliefs, morals, aspiration and confidence can be enriched and

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