Uncategorized

Breastfeeding in Islam- the Rulings, Rewards, and Relief

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

Uncategorized

Ayeina’s Alhamdulillah For Series Journal- A Review

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

Uncategorized

Pros & Cons of an Airfryer and Tips to get Crispy Air-fried food ( plus an easy Recipe for Buttermilk Biscuits)

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)

DIY · PENned

The Farah Saeed Trust Logo- Design Process/ Case Study

Logo designing is one of the most underrated jobs in the design world. IT can make the brand ‘noticeable’ and something everyone takes a double look at, and bad design can make people disregard you business as unprofessional and insignificant. People tend to think of it as a few swishes and stylized alphabets put together.… Continue reading The Farah Saeed Trust Logo- Design Process/ Case Study

DIY · just baby things

DIY-Monograms made with foam board/ carton scraps and prettied with patterned fabric

You know what everyone appreciates?  Wall decor. From woven dream-catchers to elaborate murals, from canvases to simple textured paint, from patterned wallpaper to a simple accent wall, frommonograms to welcome signs made with terracotta and felt, and every thing in between, everyone likes something. Unless you have an OCD about having spik and span walls,… Continue reading DIY-Monograms made with foam board/ carton scraps and prettied with patterned fabric