Ramadan Reflections

is based on an easy to follow road map that helps you turn intentions into actions, so you can sleep guilt free.

Ramadan is almost here and I know you have told yourself this one will be different inshaa allah. This year, you will be consistent, focused and be in constant worship. You will contemplate more on the Quran and try to pray more with khusoo.

You are all set, Ramadan comes, and you are as excited as a child on Eid day but as the days pass and your stomach gets used to the hunger you start to:

  • Lose sight of your goals
  • The days you are fasting and the days you were not fasting are looking the same
  • Once you find peace and quiet you think about how to ‘kill’ some time
  • The hour before breaking your fast are the hardest, you take that time to watch something so you can keep your mind off the hunger or you get in the kitchen to cook.
  • You become lazy and spend most of your waking hours finding time to take a nap

The thing is people like you and I, need to put in place an action plan that can help us:

Self Reflect and Hold ourselves accountable

Umar Ibn al-Khattab, may Allah be pleased with him, said: "Hold yourself accountable before you are held accountable and weigh your deeds before they are weighed for you."

Stay consistent

The messenger of Allah (May peace and blessings be upon him) said: "that the deeds most loved by Allah (subhana wa ta’ala) are those that are done regularly even though they may be few"

Live in the moment

The Messenger of Allah (peace and blessings be upon him) said: “Remember often the destroyer of pleasures,” by which he meant death.

The journal's prompts have proven strategies that remind you to be grateful, renew your intentions and seize the day.

What others are saying?

"It's the 5 minute Journal with a twist and I can't wait to use mine"
Hoda Yusuf
‘I can’t wait to use my journal, the prompts make it easy for anyone who like some direction’
"The journal is very heart warming, I love the choice of quotes and if there is something I would change it would be to add the Surah names instead of its numbers"
Umm Umamah
"I love the fact you set time in the morning and evening to make most out of each Ramadan day".


Q: How exactly do I use the journal?

 A: The journal has per-written prompts, and questions for you to answer. The questions are not any old questions they have proven strategies that remind you to be grateful, renew your intentions and seize the day. Use the journal daily for at least 10 minutes. 5 minutes in the morning and 5 minutes in the evening.

Q: Is it a hard cover or a can I get a printable version?

A: The book is only available as a Hardcover at this moment

Q: Where can I purchase the journal?

 A: The journal is available on Amazon worldwide

 Q: Is it available in the U.K?

 A: Yes it is available in the UK, as well as US, Canada, Europe and more. For U.K go Here

 Q: How much material is in the Journal?

  A: The journal is for the 30 days of Ramadan as well as the six days of Shawal. The journal has pages for reflection, and goals as well as daily Hadith or a Quran ayah for inspiration.