I’m revising Hindi with my five year old and we arrive at ‘Gha se ghoda’. He doesn’t repeat, has a very serious face, looks at me and goes ‘Ghoda like the car Skoda?’ Advertisements
Dear women, Dear me, It must be difficult to do what you do, day in and day out. As a SAHM, as a single mom who does it all, a mom who has a day job, all of it or one & how you balance the entire world with your bare hands will always be… Continue reading You’re Enough!
Chocolate chip cookies. I always had the problem of getting flat cookies and not thick, chunky, chewy ones. Like these tasty but wafer thin butter cookies. And many, many failed cookie attempts. Please, excuse the quality, I didn’t know I’d be putting these pictures on a blog two years after. Finally got it perfect! Alhamdulillah!… Continue reading Chewy Cookie 🍪 Tips
I recently came across a post where the question asked was ‘ How do you trace what you do now back to your childhood passion?’ When I grew up, I hated art. I couldn’t draw. I sucked at colouring. I always made someone else do all my school work that had anything to do with… Continue reading How I came to do what I do
Hello, darling! Assalamualaikum. Blessed Friday y’all. Alhamdulillah! I recently wrote an article on Muslimah Bloggers on Breastfeeding- the Rulings, Rewards, and Reliefs. I have also shed some light on low supply. I hope this articles benefits and encourages to breastfeed, in shaa Allah, no matter how little or much. I know there are different… Continue reading Breastfeeding in Islam- the Rulings, Rewards, and Relief
If you haven’t been following Ayeina’s blog, or their social media accounts, I strongly believe you’re missing out on some positive vibes that they’ve been generously & lovingly sprinkling around. Anas Radiyallahu ‘Anhu relates: Allah Ta’aala is pleased with that servant who eats one morsel (bite) or drinks one sip and gives thanks to Him. :… Continue reading Ayeina’s Alhamdulillah For Series Journal- A Review
Till I was about 10-11 years old, Ramadan was all about the samosas, agar puddings and porridges for iftar. We never went to the mosque except for Taraweeh and the ramadan ambience is something I always looked forward to after iftar. Still, it was mostly about the food. Of course, the beauty and tranquility of… Continue reading Pros & Cons of an Airfryer and Tips to get Crispy Air-fried food ( plus an easy Recipe for Buttermilk Biscuits)