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Aysha Bint Mahmud

It is a personal development, spiritual, motivational, inspirational, fitness and a lifestyle blog.

Nigeria
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Being Muslim Woman
I’m a 26 year old from India fighting to break out of culture stigmas forced down upon Muslim women. I have done my Engineering and currently pursuing a career in Digital Marketing since this career option keeps me close to my family and I would like to help muslim women make an online presence to make their dreams come true.

My name is Kulsum, I’m a 20 something Muslim mom blogger with a mission that seems quite daunting. I want to be able to balance not only the work-life aspect that everyone talks about, but also add in the Islamic element too.

I’m a mother to a toddler and the next one coming soon in sha Allah. I have always loved kids because I feel they are the most truthful and honest humans. I live in Bangalore and work as a Digital Marketer in a travel company, parallel to running this space for a Muslim mom blogger.

All my life I have seen Muslim women face barriers in life that it hinders them from living their dreams. Maybe she wanted to be a designer or a businesswoman or a chef. But she got caught in the web of culture and family who never gave wings to her dreams. It’s not fair that although Islam has raised the status of the women, society and culture get in your way.

This drove me to make a career change and get into something I am passionate about and be the change I want to see.
I have an Engineering degree and worked for about two years in an upscale IT company. Although, really it was not my cup of tea since it kept me away from my family for the whole day. Thus after much anticipation, I decided to quit the Corporate life and explore my options. That was a very difficult and courageous decision I had to take and I pride myself in it. It took me a lot of time to figure out what I really wanted to do with life.
Although I knew 3 things for sure:

1. It had to be something related to Islam.
2. Something that kept me close to my family.
3. To help Muslim women break out of their shells.

A lot of research finally landed me the idea of being a digital marketer and Alhumdullilah it checks all my three requirements, right now I’m on a learning curve on building an online presence, brand development, business exposure on social media, website development, Ad placement and so much more.

The job is work from home solely, flexible Alhumdullilah and with my skills honed I hope to someday help Muslim women expand their dreams online. It might be a small part but it surely will give me a lot of satisfaction to see a happy Muslim mom/woman. Along with this, I would like to sprinkle a little bit of basic Islam into your daily life to strengthen yours as well as your family’s Imaan, because let’s face it, you’re the captain of the ship and that’s the most important element.

So join me as I do a work-life-deen balance and still have time to take care of myself.

India
Indulgent Publication & Consultancy

A book coach helps a writer write the best book they can using three levels of support. She helps guide the work editorially, helps manage the project and gives help on an emotional level.

I’m Raheemah Odusote, your Book Coach.

I help passionate women who have important messages to share with the world, but are struggling to tell their story, to get focused and write the book of their dreams.

+2348057149224
Nigeria
I have created a blog that focuses on faith, family, funds, and all things green.

I am new to blogging. I create content surrounding my getting into and out of debt, the repercussions of riba, and other inspirational musings. I will also speak about relationships, parenting, and being more environmentally friendly. I may touch on fashion as well.

http://thegreenniqabi.com
United States of America (USA)
Naila’s Diary
Love, Gratitude, Motivation, Positivity, Islamic Psychology & Counselling.

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.

United Arab Emirates (UAE)
Ramshaa Rose
Ramshaa Rose, a Muslim lifestyle blogger in her early twenties based in Sunderland, England. Trying to raise more awareness over real-life situations and trying to bring out your inner beauty.

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.

United Kingdom (UK)
Sam
Sam
I’m a writer and a poet.

I love reading, writing and blogging. I’m a mother of two adorable little boys. I love the fact that I’m a person with good religious knowledge but I’m still learning….

United Arab Emirates (UAE)
The Convert Connection
Posts emphasize the necessity of joining or creating a face-to-face community in order to maintain and increase faith.

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.

United States of America (USA)
Yossinta.com

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.

Indonesia
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