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1000 Aisha

This blog aims to be a contribution, an outward reflection of the world, religion, culture, academe, and much more. The posts are meant to be educative, engaging, reflective, but enjoyable at the same time. I want to be a part of a Muslima blogging community where we build each other up through our posts.

There are several categories in this blog: 1000 Aisha, Reflection, and Noteworthy. 1000 Aisha is about Muslimas contributing actively to society. Reflection simply contains contemplations on whatever topics that come to mind. Noteworthy includes recommendations on items, be they books, places, dining, products, etc.
A Blog By Alina Asif
A blog dedicated to play it's part in providing material to counter various hindrances coming in the way of a Muslimah's personality development.

As mentioned earlier (in the short description) this blog is written with the aim of helping sisters (in deen)in order to get rid of the shackles which hold them back from developing an Islamic personality. Having said that, other sisters intending to learn about Islam and specifically about how it aids in solving issues in life, can benefit from it too. In Shaa ALLAH!

A Crafty Arab
A Crafty Arab handcrafts a vibrant Arab world.

The is full of fun and educational tutorials, printables, book lists and other resources to learn more about the Arab world. There are articles for children and adults that explore the MENA region of our planet, also called the Middle East and North Africa. Koloud 'Kay' Tarapolsi uses her years as an artists and educational background in art history to produce original content. Be sure to stop by and check out the Crafty Ramadan 30 Day Challenge, on it's 6th year.
United States of America (USA)
A Muslim Home School
Free printable resources and articles related to home school, education and Muslim family life.

The blog started out originally as "diary of a Muslim home-school" back in March 2011.
What started as the documentation of personal experiences from a home educator more than 6 years ago, has evolved into a means to share educational resources and articles relating to education and Muslim family life.

Following this new direction, the blog was re-launched under the name A Muslim Home School, a year or so later, reflecting a less personal story per se and focusing instead on sharing resources, learning ideas and musings around home education and family.

You will find free educational and planning printables, children's projects that might inspire, as well as articles and reflections around home schooling, parenting and family.

I felt there was a lack of suitable resources to use with my children, particularly Islamic material that was of good quality and authentic. I found that producing what I needed gave me exactly what I wanted...and cheap!

The resources and articles shared, are for the most part, things which I have done, used or created for my own children, which perhaps will be of use to others also inshallah.

United Kingdom (UK)
A Muslimah’s Writings.

I write Islamic articles on different topics using only authentic hadith and Quranic ayahs.

Saudi Arabia
Amalia’s Travels & Adventures

A blog about my travels, hiking, cycling, and many other adventures!
And then she said
A blog that shares the beautiful, chaotic, ever-changing life journey that I'm on through my parenting experiences, organising and creative projects, great finds, and lots of family friendly recipes.

Iman is a working mum of two, a wife and organising junkie. She blogs over at And then she said, where she shares the beautiful, chaotic, ever-changing life journey that she's on through her parenting experiences, organising and creative projects, great finds, and lots of family friendly recipes.

United Kingdom (UK)
Anisa Hagi
The reflections of a multi-passionate Somali mom, graduate student & teacher.

This blog is a platform that I will use to combine all of my hobbies and passions. Among them are cooking, graphic design, writing, teaching, reading and reflecting on life.

Anisa Hagi
United States of America (USA)

Assalamu alaykum Wa rahmatullahi Wa barakatuhu.

Hey there! I hope you are all well and in the best state of Imaan In Sha Allah.

As an INFP Muslimah I've struggled to tame the chaotic whirlwind that is my mind. I've found that getting to the heart of your own mind is a journey of its own. An introspective one at that. But the MBTI test has made this journey a whole lot easier for me.

As a result most of my posts will primarily be about Islam and MBTI where my blog is pretty much an outlet for the random ramblings and the daily reflections of my mind.

I hope that by documenting this introspective journey of mine it can be of some benefit to others, whatever little that may.

United Kingdom (UK)
Ayeina is a website run by two sisters "AYEsha" and "samINA" (together known as AYEINA) - two Muslim mom bloggers covering the topics of Islam, Parenting, Art and Humor.

AYEINA as a whole is a hub for Muslims to reflect - Reflections that lead to positivity through #AlhamdulillahForSeries. A community of people trying to strengthen their Islamic identity and make the best of both worlds.
United Arab Emirates (UAE)
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