Five Favourite Finds – 18/09/15

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Today’s Five Favourite Finds have been chosen by blogger Bouchra Rebiai.

logo_BRBouchra Rebiai is a bilingual English<>Arabic translator. Previously blogging about a lot of things, ranging from personal goals to crafting, she is now focusing on topics such as translation and languages, with the occasional DIY post. You can find her blog at bouchrarebiai.com/blog

 

 

19 Things You Can Do to Make the Most of The Day Of Aafah

the positive muslimahI chose this link because next Wednesday is going to be the Day of Arafah, one of the most important days of the year for us as Muslims.

There’s some good tips in this post, I was happy to find it.

http://thepositivemuslimah.com/19-things-you-can-do-to-make-the-most-of-the-day-of-arafah/

 

Hot Bread and A Lesson In Gratitude

me muslima

This link was a great find because lately I’ve been going through some personal issues that made me realize that I need to have more gratitude in my life towards the people I know and things I have. This post was a good reminder.

http://memuslima.com/lesson-in-gratitude/

 

How To Set Up You Most Successful Week Yet
tiny ray of sunshine

I’ve started Bullet Journaling lately, and this was one of the most important links I came across right before I started my BuJo. I hope it inspires you in your planning efforts!

http://tinyrayofsunshine.blogspot.com/2015/07/how-to-set-up-your-most-successful-week.html

 

9 Best Travel Tips Every Muslim Traveller Should Know

muslim travel guide

Travel is one of my favorite things to do, even if it’s just hopping over to the city next to ours. If it involves a plane ride, then it’s even more awesome. Here’s a list of tips we Muslimas will find handy when travelling.

http://muslimtravelgirl.boardingarea.com/9-best-travel-tips-every-muslim-traveller-should-know/

 

Hiking Abedares

In the now

I chose this link for two reasons: travel + Africa. I’m a proud Algerian and I find it really disturbing that all of Africa – which by the way is way larger than Europe or the US – is depicted in mainstream media with one type of imagery: the poor black kids with minimal clothing due to poverty, their ribcages clearly discernible, poring over something in the sand in what looks like a blazing hot desert wasteland. This blog post features some beautiful pictures of my homeland continent. Enjoy!

http://nownotforever.blogspot.com/2015/08/hiking-aberdares.html

 

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Fozia S

Fozia S

Founder of Muslimah Bloggers and Blogger at Muslim Mummy, Fozia has studied Law and worked for 9 years at Citizens Advice Bureau. After being made redundant during her second pregnancy, she became a stay at home mum and started blogging as a hobby.
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  • Vanessa

    Alhamdulillah, these are some wonderful articles 🙂 Thanks for featuring Me Muslima we are so happy you were able to benefit!

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