Motherhood comes with a great responsibility of raising your next generation in best of the manners. When you strive to be a perfect mother but don’t want to leave any stone unturned in your deen matters. Don’t think you are alone in it. We all miss those days when we were energetic and active in … Continue reading Balancing Deen and Motherhood (With 6 Practical Tips) GUEST POST
Due to my pending birth insha Allah, I decided to take on a few guest posts. Alhamdulillah, I got some great submissions from sisters who were willing to help me out. The first is by a lovely sister who blogs over at Untouched by Fire who wanted to write about how Islam has … Continue reading How Islam Changed my Life : Untouched by Fire
This is a topic that is close to my heart. I am Black British as most people would describe it. My mom was born here in the UK, the first generation from a Kittian mother (from St Kitts) and a Monstratton father (from Monserrat). My dad was born in Jamaica and came … Continue reading Black, British AND Muslim?
Bukhl, stinginess, miserliness, “being tight.” Whatever you choose to call it, universally it is a disliked trait. Stinginess in essence is a reluctance to give or spend however, from an Islamic point of view it means not giving or spending from what Allah has blessed you with. Allah tells us time and … Continue reading Stinginess: Why You Need to Kick It to The Curb
"Did my abaya put you off?" I wondered as yet another sister walked past me and bowed her head. Since embracing this type of Islamic clothing, I've had a lot of mixed feelings about how I'm now perceived as a Muslim woman. So I thought I'd put my thoughts into writing in case … Continue reading Did my abaya put you off?