Another guest post by another amazing sister masha Allah. Books have a very special place in Islam. Iqra (read) was the first revelation given to the Prophet Muhammad (saw). And coincidentally, Iqra Asad is the name of the sister sharing with us the 5 books she loved reading about Islam. Post contains affiliate links. … Continue reading 5 Books I LOVED Reading about Islam by Iqra Asad
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
I've wanted to try miso for such a long time but just your run of the mill miso soup wasn't really what I was looking for in terms of a recipe. I'm not usually a fan of aubergines (egg plants, whatever you call them) but this may be the recipe that changes my mind forever. So here's my miso aubergine recipe!
It's easy to lose sight of the wood for the trees. I've been blogging for nearly a year and a half now and my blog has allowed me to do things I never would have dreamed of. I've been on TV, collaborated with others and even had the opportunity to review books alhamdulillah. BUT, when you're doing so many things, it's easy to forget why you started doing something in the first place.
Wearing deodorant is a cultural norm. I can remember learning about using scent/ deodorant when studying Ancient Egyptians when I was in primary school. Fast forward to the 19th century and the first commercial deodorant was manufactured. But many of us are leaving the drones and going deodorant free.