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!
A regular 19 year old Muslim Pakistani girl navigating through life, sharing knowledge and opinion related to different topics in life from basic moral values with relevance to Islamic teachings to travelling, books, food, personal experiences, observations, interpretations and anything that comes to my mind. Someone who appreciates constructive criticism and ideas in an attempt to better myself as a blogger and as a human being living in Allah’s beautiful earth.
P.S if you want someone to talk to about cheese, chocolate, McFlurry, movies, books, ideas or basically life in its entirety without any backlash or judgement, I’m your girl (I’m good at listening to people without interfering) 😀 Stay blessed, content, kind, caring, humble and happy always
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.
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.
DeenplusBook is a blog dedicated for Islamic Book Reviews, Challenges, Discussions, Tags, Islamic Reminders, and many more.
DJARABI KITABS PUBLISHING was founded by Papatia Feauxzar in May 2013. Djarabi means Love in Mandinga, her ancestral tribe.
DJARABI KITABS PUBLISHING therefore promotes love books and books that promote justice, freedom of speech, peace and understanding in the community.
DJARABI KITABS PUBLISHING is now a leader in publishing books written by Muslims for both a religious and mainstream audience.
This blog is all about everything in life.It covers lifestyle,parenting,education,food,recipies,technology,reviews,arts and crafts
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.
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
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
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 !
As a self confessed social introvert, my blog is centred around life itself from my point of view.
I love people but I also spend a lot of time alone, I embody this on my blog by reflecting on topics such as being single, marriage, divorce, death, grief , self development, motivation as well as fun events I’ve attended, challenges I participate in and great books I’ve read.
A lifestyle blog, based in London includes food, fashion, beauty, and randomness, all to help you be healthier happier version of you.
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
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.
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 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
I am an Economics graduate and my passion for teaching led me to start blogging on value spending. Money is a huge part of building good character and also living a good life. Other topics I talk about on my YouTube channel are minimalism, leveling up and femininity.
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.
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….
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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
An educator mum who pens my thoughts in my free time on all topics that catch my interest.
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
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.