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11 Ways to Maximize Productivity As A Work From Home Mom

11 Ways to Maximize Productivity As a Work from Home Mom

Vacuum the carpet. Clean the bathroom. Throw out the trash. Brew tea. Check Facebook. These are just some of the things that run through my mind when I sit down at my desk to start my work. If I were to give in to each and every whim I think of, I’d never get any work …

How to Stay Productive and Patient in Ramadan

How to Stay Productive and Patient in Ramadan

Ramadan is time for worship, prayers and supplication. So, how can we remain productive and patient despite numerous distractions? Between planning iftar, attending invitations and finding time to keep up with extra work Ramadan can be a difficult month to stay on-target with goals and to-dos. Undoubtedly fasting puts a break on some of our …


Self- Development: Prayers As Productive Habit

You should aim to develop the following seven spiritually productive activities into habits so that you can hopefully continue benefiting from them throughout your life. I consider these activities as the spiritual ‘bread and butter’ of any productive Muslim. To develop them as habits is the essence of embarking on your journey towards the love …


Are Hobbies A Haram Waste of Time for a Muslim?

Short Answer: Not necessarily. It depends on the nature of the hobby, and how much time one spends on it, as well as whether or not it brings one benefit in this life or the next. In general, as long as it’s halal and it’s not taking too much time away from other more important pursuits, it’s …

8 Things Flatten Your Mood - How to Battle Them

8 Things Flatten Your Mood - How to Battle Them?

Try to avoid spending too much time sitting with people who constantly complain, and if you can’t avoid these people, try to bring some positivity to the encounter instead of going along or silently listening to all the negativity!

Lost My Virginity before Marriage; Will Allah Forgive Me?

Lost My Virginity before Marriage; Will Allah Forgive Me?

Answer: As Salaam ‘Aleikom sister, Thank your writing to us. I am happy that you have realized that what you did with that guy was a huge sin, and that you have cut all ties with him. Zina (fornication, adultery) is a serious crime and a major sin which takes away the quality of faith …

Allah is Ever Watchful

Today’s world excels in managerial and financial oversight. Self-monitoring is regarded a great personal quality that makes a person more-productive, honest, and impervious to corruption. Nothing brings about this quality in a person like the awareness that Allah is Ever-Watchful and knows everything we do…

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