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.
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!
The ACraftyArab.com 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.
A blog about a mother’s journey throughout homeschooling, reviewing children’s books, and providing parenting tips. A Ducktrinor Mom is a mother who follows a madhab (an Islamic doctrine) to teach the deen to her son. Which madhab? Take a guess ;). Why? Because all the doctrines are somewhat related and the differences between them are relatively small.
Exploring a better way to present and exchange ideas particularly around issues of religion through collaborative and individual essays, addressing discrepancies thoughtfully as a method of learning to display unity within our contrasting dispositions.
This is Adiba Anwar a teacher /a mom and a writer of children stories and articles about parenting and homeschooling guide and tips.You can find teaching methods, free printable, crafts for children and free educational resources with videos on my blog.
Alizehmysoul is a space where i pendown my experiences on our day to day life. how she made me to care about each and everything almighty has given us. I am a first time mom and leading a simple life where i am trying to use the minimal resources. I do follow breastfeeding, babywearing, clothdiapering and in short attachment parenting technique . Al hamdulilah allah has given an opportunity to deal with this in a smooth way.
A blog about my travels, hiking, cycling, and many other adventures!
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.
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.
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.
My name is Ayesha Khan and I am a student working on my Software Engineering degree. I’m a huge fan of structure and simplicity in both design and code. I write about my career in tech, makeup, and healthy lifestyle.
It is a personal development, spiritual, motivational, inspirational, fitness and a lifestyle blog.
This space is called Black Seedling, simply because our black children are blessings that need to be fertilized with affirmation, self-appreciation, and self-respect in a safe environment to grow.
It is a space, community or village and not a personal blog for only me to share my parenting journey. I would like it to feel like a group of like-minded folks sitting in a room helping and learning from each other. It is a community because I believe in the village approach to raising children. It is a community because I’m not arrogant enough to pretend I have all of the answers. It’s a community because we need to learn from others who are living this duality. This community will be a place where we can exist without explanation. It will be a place where we can share resources, questions, concerns, and tips.
Fatima loves to travel, dine out and explore different horizons of life.
I’m a first time Mummy, a Muslimah, a Wife to an annoying but loveable husband. I’m an Explorer , Shopper all things Stationery lover. I promise to deliver all things mummy with a dash of Bengali, a sprinkle of crafts , coated in laughs, best of all I get to connect with you and maybe share a lesson or two!
by breharne is a blog I created to share the good, bad and ugly of all things mum life. You will find post relating to parenting, travelling with children, education and lifestyle topics.
Dentist by profession. Currently on a sabbatical and enjoy being a stay at home mum to my one year old. Relearning about myself and the world through the parenting experience. I blog mostly on motherhood, faith and dentistry. Ocassionally delve in to creative writing. I do reviews of children’s products and also books.
Christal Joan started off as a platform for revert Muslimahs to get the information they need to become the best version of themselves. Over the years, it has transformed into a platform for Muslimahs to improve themselves for the sake of Allah swt whether you’re born Muslim or came to Islam at a later date. Self improvement for the sake of Allah swt is the goal.
Be like the flower that gives its fragrance to even the hand that crushes it – Ali (ra)
Before I reverted to Islam I researched many topics about halal and haram. My thoughts always went to food but then I realized it meant more than that. I started looking into cosmetics ingredients I realized that there was a lack of information for Muslims.
So in 2017, I moved to Germany with the intention of starting a halal soap company. Due to numerous reasons that dream was put on the back burner until later on. So instead of selling halal soaps, I started this blog to focus on everyday products and the ingredients that we should avoid as Muslims.
I write articles about brands and products you should avoid or buy. I’m currently working on adding posts so that anyone can make there own products at home.
Interviews with interesting women from all sorts of backgrounds, living inspired lives. Musings, poetry, recipes, knitting patterns, food for thought.
DeenplusBook is a blog dedicated for Islamic Book Reviews, Challenges, Discussions, Tags, Islamic Reminders, and many more.
Born on 24 July 1997
I really like writing and travelling.
Now I’m a Computer science student
at University of Lampung, indonesia
Probably there is no such thing as a perfect parent. Anyone who claims to being it is probably lying. Here is an observant and learning mother sharing her usual experiences on parenting, home and life in general. Hope you enjoy!
I am a self-development and productivity blogger with a positive attitude. My biggest aim is to inspire Muslimahs all over the world to keep them motivated and have a positive attitude in life. This is all that it takes to be able to make positive changes in this world.
My name is Fatima and I’m the creator of Fatima’s Fabulous Kitchen. As a first generation child, I grew up eating vibrant and bold Indian food in the home – curries, daal, biryani – recipes passed down for generations. And outside the home, I was always excited to try new dishes from different cultures around the world – everything from pad thai to arepas to Southern grits. My recipes are a reflection of my upbringing as well as the larger millennial food culture which champions innovative fusion of flavors and concepts while still respecting tradition.
My philosophy is that food should be vivid and robust and most importantly shared. Thank you and I hope you enjoy these recipes with your friends and family!
Every Saturday, I come up with a new topic relating to Islam to write about
Well I am Huma Kalim an Indian by origin. But now residing in UAE
Recipes from three beautiful states of India:- Gujarat(Paternal), Rajasthan (Maternal), Maharashtra (Sasural – in laws) & Dubai (Living here since 10 wonderful years). Sometimes travelogue, photography related post.
Whether it is in practicing the deen effectively, taking care of our physical appearances in a way that we won’t look so worn out when the old age sets in, in making our marriages a model for the world, in raising the best children for the next generation, in our relationships with friends, families and strangers, in pursuing careers or becoming great entrepreneurs and many more areas that cannot be exhausted, the key is to lead a green life. Green Muslim is here to rekindle that knowledge and begin the journey with you from the scratch. This journey is to a beautiful destination; one that will make you enjoy your hectic modern lives as Muslims, make you fall head over heels in love with your creator, make you men and women that never grow old and help you achieve your goals in the easiest way ever. One that in decades to come, when you look back in time and see your footprints at all the points you ever walked in this life, there won’t be an iota of doubt that you have truly lived the life you have always wanted.
Passionate foodie striving to find the best Non stunned Halal Dining options there is. Along with Recipies & holidays, Halal Food Gastro will be your one-stop for where to eat & Travel
Polish revert married to a Pakistani, living in the UK. Mum of one cheeky boy, trying to find balance between cultures. Mostly writing about halal food, with some personal bits thrown in.
The blog is a space for me to articulate my thoughts and feelings about society, the world, my identity and so on.
The blog focuses on day to day activities in light of Quran and Sunnah. The stories,reflections and the poems- help readers to analyze one’s life with an Islamic perspective. Get ready to befriend Quran.
Welcome to the world of stories/reflections/poems.
Life is full of unexpected turns, some sweet and pleasant while others not so pleasant. Did you ever wonder in spite of your best efforts why things don’t go as you had planned? Is someone else manipulating you?! You are right in a way! He is the best of the planners, Wise and extremely Powerful. You guessed right. He is the Almighty Allah. Every blessing and trial could be a step towards paradise, if we are thankful and patient. Unfortunately, we are not always grateful and obedient. Let us learn from our past mistakes to make most of our future.
Insha Allah, the articles here would help others to turn over a new leaf and see things in different perspective. Remember, Allah knows everything. Even our slightest effort to change could get rewarded.
READ TO TURN OVER A NEW LEAF
I’m a muslimah with a love for all things simple and natural, trying to live a more healthy, balanced and holistic life for the sake of Allah and passionate about helping others achieve greater health and wellbeing, one step at a time.
Hijabies Hood purpose is to empower and inspire Muslim women.
We are preaching a vision.
We believe in a world with self-confident, intelligent and strong women.
We believe in changing the world
An Indian blogger residing in Dubai. My space mostly covers up Muslim cuisine of India.
This is your one stop for Islamic parenting guide and educational activities. Let me help you to nurture your child.
This is the teaching blog of Jameela Ho, mother to teenagers and teacher to young children. Jameela has produced many books, programs and printables to help teach children. Get free printables and the free Teaching Techniques ebook to easily teach your child on this blog.
In Africa and Beyond is a blog about travel, events and experiences focusing mainly on family-friendly places and activities. It aims to inspire others to travel and explore. I love showcasing my beautiful country and how family-friendly it is.
Simple and being nature conscious doesn’t mean you have a boring life. Instead it is more stable, healthy and enjoyable! My blog is about my expereince on the path to minimal and healthy life!
On Jeddah Mom, Aysh Siddiqua helps muslim mothers find joy in motherhood while still being creative, confident and uniquely themselves. She writes about parenting positively, saving time and then using that time to do what you love doing the most.
Jenan Land is a website that promotes wellness and a mindset of living well. I not only share the most delicious recipes (as a most avid baker) that are nourishing, wholesome and made from unrefined ingredients, but also writing that I hope can relate to those who read it.
I am a blogger and crafter. I love sharing craft tutorials and also talking about homeschooling. I have a lot of Ramadan Craft Tutorials on my blog. You can follow me on Facebook/Google/Twitter/Instagram/Pinterest
Assalamu alaykum. My name is Katie Quirk and I’m an Australian revert Muslim. I write blog topics that help others in understanding the fundamentals of Islam. You can also find advice, DIY tutorials, Islamic wallpapers and du’as (supplications) that Muslims can incorporate into their everyday lives for different occasions.
I’m Kendra, an American revert that accepted a teaching job in Saudi Arabia on a whim and moved without a second thought. You can read about my adventures as an expat in the Middle East on my blog.
A blog to educate the Muslimaat of the Ummah.
Mostly these are my own writings that consist of short stories on various themes and poetry. Apart from that, I talk about the events I attend and issues I have strong opinions about.
I have recently (not that recently) started a series called Zoe Chronicles. These chronicles are mostly true stories of incidents that have happened with me.
Soon, there will be entries on Travel on the blog as well.
Since I am new to the whole experience, I am sticking to a fairly basic design. But I aim to help young muslims (and non muslims) understand Islam better, which is why I have a section called ” An aayat a day”, where I take an aayah of the Quran and explain it – not the same as tafsir, but I try my best. I also have a section called “Thunder thoughts’ – basically just quotes I like, and why I like them. The last addition to my blog is “Story of the Day” which is usually a current event, or something cool, going around the world. Hoping to make a difference in the world, day by day, little by little, Inshallah !
Join me for posts on my experience of applying for Medicine, studying Medicine and beyond; as well as posts full of advice for all you aspiring medics out there!
Mamateachesme is our homeschooling blog. As a former primary school teacher turned homeschooling mama, I want to document what we do to help others and motivate them to get started or continue with homeschooling. Our homeschooling journey takes place in the blessed city of Makkah, Saudi Arabia. I also run a private nursery in my home which features a lot through our homelearning.
Middle Way Mom supports mothers in their homeschooling journey with tips and tricks, thoughts on parenting, great resources, and honest musings on the struggles of daily life as a homeschooling mom.
A blog about motherhood. I write about how to raise my 3 sons, enjoying life, thoughts and feelings with religious touch.
Money Savvy Muslim is a Money & Lifestyle Blog to help women make money, save money and spend money well. Featuring posts on Fitness, Lifestyle, Money and more we also regularly feature small businesses who are muslim owned or muslim catering and we have a regular Charity Partner feature to highlight charities you need to know about.
Mum of 3
My blog is mostly about beauty but from time to time I like to post about food and lifestyle posts too. On the rare occasion il post modest fashion too x
When you become a mother for the first time reality really does slap you on the face! I found myself constantly thinking that I should tell my friends about “this and that” when they become mummies to make things smoother for them. Then I though about documenting my journey in a blog and eventually YouTube videos.
Run by a 30-something Muslim woman, a full time professional in the not-for-profit sector and a proud Canadian.
What you can expect to see on Muslim Esprit:
Articles on food, fashion, beauty, health, parenting, travel
Opinion pieces/commentary on current events, politics, history
Notes from independent Quran study and general Islamic studies
Veronika al Mahdiyah, BSc (Hons) Psych (Open), is a relationship coach for busy ambitious Muslim women.
Veronika is obsessed with mindset hacks, overcoming fear, and finding the balance between personal and professional fulfilment.
Salaamu ‘alaykum wa rahmatuAllah! My name is Sirad and I’m a picture book enthusiast and an early childhood researcher. On Muslim KidLit, you will find book reviews, and articles on books, education, and children’s language and literacy development.
Parenting blog by a mum to 2 girls. Blogging about life in general as a muslim mum, with reviews and giveaways.
I write about my life and experiences as an American convert to Islam, and share resources and support for other new Muslims. I hope that with this blog I can create a space for discussion between converts and the Muslim community, as well as the non-Muslim community.
muslimah : women believer in Islam
design: to have as a purpose ; intend
Always looking for ways to enhance my faith, life, health, body and mind, and cooking!
Sharing my travel tales as I explore Turkey, one exciting outing at a time.
And often I share on my blog my “Masterchef” culinary adventures in the kitchen
A Muslimah for life Inshallah. Always looking for ways to enhance my faith, life, health, body & mind, and cooking!
Muslimah Inspirational Network for All (MINA) is a positive centralized network for professional as well as non-professional Muslim women, and is dedicated to fostering a strong connection between Muslimah influencers and aspiring followers from all walks of life. MINA is designed to be the go-to platform for women, trying to further their careers, education, personalities, business etc.
I’m a mom of two boys and am currently pursuing my masters in marriage and family therapy. I worked as a teacher for a number of years and absolutely loved it, but wanted to follow my dream of becoming a counselor! I absolutely love to read! Since getting married and having kids, I found that all the books I was reading dealt with marriage and parenting. So, I figured I’d share whatever I was learning as I was reading and studying in school. I know most of us don’t find the time to read, so this is my way of helping anyone that would love to read these books or learn different concepts on their own, but don’t have the time! I currently post a video every Monday on my blog, youtube and Facebook page. So far, I’ve covered tantrums, punishment, discipline, love languages, and what kills a marriage. I have also done some workshops and am currently working on creating a workshop on effective family strategies, as well as working on a workbook for parenting.
Nabila Raine is a lifestyle blog that covers self-care in different ways such as beauty, fashion, do it yourself projects, and advice/conversational pieces. Beauty is an important way to take care of your self. Because when you look good you feel good and when you feel good you do good.
This is important because whenever your self-esteem is boosted and you become comfortable with yourself your confidence is ultimately boosted. When you have confidence in yourself you reach for the stars and great things happen.
It’s important for us to understand beauty in our own terms and not by what society wants us to think beautiful is.
Nabila Raine means Queen of noble character. Nabila is Egyptian for of noble charter and Raine is French for a queen. I decided to choose this name because I was interested in African Queens and Royalty during this past summer. I feel like this was a great combination with a great meaning behind it and a little flow.
As women, we should always strive to be of noble character and just be better people in general for ourselves and those around us.
Motivational & Inspiring articles from everyday life with an Islamic Perspective. To help build positive individuals, families and communities to make the world a beautiful place & strive for the best in Deen, Dunya & Aakhirah.
Naptime is Sacred is to motivate and inspire busy women to take time to pursue their own interests, passions, and personal growth – while at the same time letting our voices and experience speak for us and not the stereotypes people are used to hearing.
Naptime Is Sacred Podcast has featured sisters like Yvonne Maffei from my Halal Kitchen, Zehra Allibhai from The FitNest, Authors like Shoohada Khanom, Amran Abdi and Rahma Rodaah, and topics such as Muslim Women In S.T.E.M, Addictions, Advocating for Muslims with Special Needs, Domestic Violence, Entrepreneurship, Divorce, Health and much more.
There used to be a time when our ummah was at the apex. We were a force to be reckoned with. We stood tall and resolute, because we lived by the Qur’an. Let’s bring back those days. Let’s spark a revival.
A blog that shares about sewing tutorial, embroidery, crafting and any DIY project
My name is Nusaybah, and this is my personal blog filled with my thoughts. I write about Islam and how I can improve myself, which I hope will help improve you as well 👌
I write about issues affecting the world in the light of the Qur’an, Sunnah and understanding of the Pious Predecessors 🌸
I review books and also write about mental health 🌺
Follow me on my journey into seeking knowledge and self expression 💞
Passport & Plates is also for the Muslim traveler. The rebel. The one breaking stereotypes, traveling far and wide to show the world who we are – that Islam is more than what the media shows. And I hope that my readers – Muslim or not – will learn this, whether from me or from someone they encounter on the road.
Koshary in Egypt. Şiş Kebap in Turkey. Nasi Goreng in Malaysia. This is why I travel. Join me as I wander throughout new cities, sampling strange street food, talking with locals and travelers alike, and doing what the locals do. This is the site for the curious foodie traveler on a budget.
Passport & Plates is also for the Muslim traveler. The rebel. The one breaking stereotypes, traveling far and wide to show the world who we are – that Islam is more than what the media shows. And I hope that my readers – Muslim or not – will learn this, whether from me or from someone they encounter on the road.
When I was ten days old, I boarded my first international flight, nestled in a bunch of blankets and my mother’s arms. By the time we settled in California at age four, my family and I had lived in 5 countries.
I lived stateside for the next ten years until the U.S. citizenship gods blessed us to travel again. We went to Egypt for the summer. It was a surprising culture shock. We went to Sudan that winter. That was even more of a culture shock. And four years later we went to England and I fell in love with sexy accents and fish and chips.
I traveled as much as I could during university, taking trips to China, Egypt, England and Spain. I spent long stints studying in Ireland and Argentina and spent a summer working in Indonesia.
Then the inevitable happened. I got a grown up job. You know, one of those things that proves you’re an adult somehow? Yeah, one of those. And I hated it.
I didn’t hate it because I hated working. In fact, I’m a workaholic and grade-A nerd. I hated it for all these reasons. And I resented it for limiting my travels.
In the summer of 2015, after being rejected from a thousand “dream jobs,” I had a quarter-life crisis and took off for a 6-week solo trip to Spain. I quickly realized that work-life balance exists (outside of the U.S.) and my goal was to either 1) find a job in Spain to siesta and fiesta forever OR find a remote job that would let me work and travel. In early 2016, I realized my dream and officially became a digital nomad.
The other fun facts:
I was born in Ireland to Arab-Muslim parents and raised in California, so one can say I’ve been a global citizen from the start.
I’ve been lucky enough to travel to 39 countries so far and am nowhere near stopping.
They say the way to a person’s heart is through their stomach, and I wholeheartedly agree. My favorite way to discover new cultures is through food.
I’ve often been described a multicultural mutt – or more affectionately – ethnically ambiguous.
I’m passionate about cultural connections, street food, personal development, and global diplomacy and am a firm believer that food and travel bring the world together.
See the world, eat the world, and meet the world. I’ll show you how to travel and dine, sans spirits and swine (because #halalfood).
Raising my most precious amanah//Musings of a home-educating mama
Reflections|♡|Qur’aan|♡|Life Lessons|♡|Parenting Journey|♡|Homeschooling
A blog about self-discovery, awareness and positivity. Letting go of the negativity and bad vibes allowing each other to grow stronger together. A Muslim social media influencer for the younger generation.
A large portion of my life, almost 10 years, has been spent studying and teaching Psychology. During that period, I became a wife and a mother to three wonderful kids. Those years allowed me to reflect on where my life was headed and what I really wanted to do. Art and design have always been inspirational to me. Hence, I have officially enrolled back in school for my degree in interior design. I am currently a student at the New York Institute of Art and Design. This blog is my new creative outlet; welcome to my current world of inspiration, creation and reflection. My hope is to spread inspiration and motivation for others and myself as I journey on this new adventure.
You can find out more about me and my work at my facebook page: Rand4Design: Inspiration, Creation, Reflection
Also get a glimpse of my art work and inspirational photos at my Instagram page: @ randeljarrah
A blog that was initiated to share my personal views, reviews, thoughts, experiences from my ordinary lifestyle.
“There is always a room to be a better person. Always.”
Farzana Rijas is a Homoeopathic physician by profession currently pursuing her passion for writing. She blogs about her reflections on life, Islam, health along with some recipes to treasure and book reviews and more. She likes to learn and share everything that inspires to live a productive life.
I post recipes weekly. On Mondays I do motivational posts and recently I have started doing parenting posts as I learn things with my baby.
Throughout the dozens of conversations I’ve had with women in the past few months, there has been one common theme in all of their stories; their struggle. I hope to bring stories of women like my grandmother, who have lived lives worth documenting. Women who have fought their battles with grace. Through their narratives, I hope to cultivate in us the habit of resilience rather than that of defeat.
Sameera Hameed has a Bachelor of Science in Architectural Studies, from the International Islamic University of Malaysia. And is now pursuing her dream course, bi ithnillah, Ta’lim al Quran from Farhat Hashmi’s AlHuda institute. All her aim in writing is, to help connect people to the most beautiful connection- With their Rabb, the Creator, the One and Only. And to live with His beautiful words- the Quran.
Welcome to my small world filled with children, culture and photography. This blog is mainly based around my experiences of being a young Muslimah overcoming boundaries to build an identity while also working as an Early Years Teacher.
I have a girl and a boy and I am a stay-at-home mum. I used to be a secondary English teacher, but exchanged that life to become a human handkerchief. I am by no means a parenting expert, if there is such a thing, nor do I intend to advise anyone. I just want to provide a place where I can complain about how annoying my kids and husband are and then boast about how great they are all in the same sentence. There are many mummy blogs out there that provide very sensible and spiritually uplifting advice. Mine is not one of them. But if you’re after some refreshing honesty with a side order of contempt then you’ve come to the right place.
Experiences as a mother, expat in Pakistan, Muslim convert, and opinions on current events.
I am a biochemist and nutritionist currently working from home. A mum of three with diverse interests, I write an eclectic blog on lifestyle, parenting, travel, health and food. And also a lot about places, events, restaurant reviews, experience – in general my life in Qatar, the country where I was raised.
Here you will find tools and resources to learn the Word to Word study of the Quran in English,
Arabic, Grammar, Tafseer, Dua’s, Tajweed. Free handouts to download to aid in your studies.
Lessons to follow and Online Quizzes to take and more.
A’salamu alaykum. I’m Oum Siraj ul Fajr a.k.a Tangier Mama. Tangiermama.com is a motherhood and lifestyle blog dedicated to raising the future leaders of the Ummah, in sha Allah.
The aim of my blog is to give my quirky take on travelling the world, in the hope of inspiring others to get bitten by the bug. The layout will have my travel experience detailed in the body, with a “cheat sheet”, containing pertinent information. If you need any additional information, I’m more than happy for you to contact me. It excites me to assist people with travel. Of course, all photographs shared would have been captured by my favourite photographer, my husband.
Tesneem’s Corner is the destination where Tesneem shares her thoughts on subjects like life, growth, self-love and body image, and also shares some of her work as a journalist, focusing on health, wellness and social issues. Although originally from the UK, she is currently based in Qatar.
Converts in America (and other Western countries) often drift away from Islam because they have difficulty integrating the pillars (such as praying and fasting) into a Western lifestyle which includes working, taking care of children, and nurturing social relationships. This blog offers ideas for establishing an actual, personal community (in addition to on-line contacts) as a means to developing as a Muslim.
I am a mom blogger based in UAE. Shares parenting tips, diys, recipe and Islamic stories
The Imperfect Muslimah is a blog devoted to the writing and personal musings of a young Muslim woman.
It has also become a space for me to share reviews, mostly on books but at times other items as well.
I love to read and write and my love for these two activities has culminated into this blog. I love to write about all things I learn through my levels of curiosity.
The expressions of a woman juggling being a wife and mom to two little girls, while working full-time in the Technology Consulting industry. My blog is about work, parenting, family and everything in between – a little slice of the web where I can express myself and connect with others. I appreciate the mix of seriousness and playfulness in everyday life, value family and friendship, and aim at increasing my connection with the Almighty a bit more each day.
You would have stuff related to home making in this blog.
The Momin’s Journey is a blog started by a self-motivated young individual who aspires to gain knowledge of the Quran and Sunnah. Through this blog, she will learn and spread the knowledge she has gained to improve herself and her readers,
At The Muslimah Guide we belief that being content isn’t settling for less than, but being completely and wholly fulfilled. Fulfilled through our own growth and serving others.
The Muslimah Mommy is a blog started by Sumaira Zaheer, a Canadian born Muslimah mother to four children. Sumaira shares her journey of parenting her children in Canada and the lessons she has learnt along the way!
Navigating my way life through the fast paced world. I question the everything and don’t embrace the norms gracefully. I write to make sense of things in my head. And amongst all that trying to raise tiny muslims who will make the world a little better a little bearable.
Selling resources to develop and reinforce our muslim identity
I’m Sidra, and I blog over at The Wacky Window, where I talk about life, things I enjoy, and some tidbits about parenting.
I am not an expert on anything, except maybe talking a little too much; and I write about things that I truly like, or believe in. If anything ranging from food, parenting, lifestyle, or home decor is your thing, then you might feel right at home here.
Sharing my own recipes, seeking out the best offers & deals around town, reviewing eateries for their accessibility, friendliness and of course thriftiness!
Sharing tried and tested parenting hacks, Getting crafty and also sharing some home learning techniques for the little ones!
Join me here to get a REAL perspective on a specific topic or product related to motherhood or your baby. Whether you are trying to find out what to do about the terrible two’s, teething, or having a generally overwhelming day I want to be able to connect with you and say, mama it will be ok, this happens, and we will get through this.
A place where I post my musings, book reviews, interviews with authors, and much more.
Sharing resources we have made on our teaching journey – homeschooling and otherwise. Hands-on resources for teaching Qur’an and Arabic as well as materials for teaching Islaam to children. All materials are referenced and based on authentic sources in shaa Allaah
Voice of Salam is a global platform to raise awareness of a range of social, political, human rights and interfaith issues and give advice about campaigning.
Shireen is the award-winning author of “Rabbi the Rabbit,” from Southern California. Find my work on MuslimMatters.org, Muslim Vibe, and Islamic Online University.
Find me at the cat cafe.
Its a personal blog organized by muslimah that loved design, marketing, and writing as well as developed skills and exerience to be speaker of many event.
As salam o alaikum/Hi :)👋
I’m Zara, a twenty-something year old nature loving, spider dreading muslimah.
Welcome to ‘Zara Writes’ a lifestyle blog -covering a little bit of everything from religion, book reviews to fashion & a lot more.
Hope you enjoy, Happy reading! 🙂
Daughters of Islaam blog is a blog to empower, educate, and inspire Muslimahs! We are all daughters of Adam and the greatest thing that brings us together is this beautiful Deen(religion) of ours! Learn it, practice and teach it!