Highlighting some noteworthy posts from this site and other Muslimah bloggers for 2017.
During my first week on my first job I was always on the verge of tears. It was a decent job but I’d come home and cry. Why?
[Guest post submitted to OnIslam.net] If your connections on Earth are disconnecting you from those in the heavens, then your sense of connection is flawed. Pain occurs to tell you that something is wrong. If not for pain, you wouldn't know until your body is consumed by the disease. Pain killers can bump off the … Continue reading Band-Aids on a Bleeding Heart
It was the third night of Ramadan already. Two days of fasting had whizzed by and I was still trying to get a grip on my Ramadan goals. I hastened into the first empty spot and joined the congregation in Taraweeh with a number of thoughts floating through my mind. Thank God we made it … Continue reading Between Wisdom and Folly
You know how it feels when you want to do so many things but you never seem to make progress on them. If you like writing things down, you may have a bucket list or “some day” list with items that have been on it forever. If you’re the visual type, you might have a … Continue reading The Secret of Getting Ahead is Getting Started
Amongst the most common obstacles to achieving what you want, the saddest one is not having the ability to overcome inferiority complex. We have dreams only to dismiss them by comparing ourselves to those who are light years ahead of us. Do you face this problem or know anyone who does? Do you find yourself … Continue reading The Only Comparison is the You of Yesterday