The hijab means different things to different people. In my opinion, it is a verb. It signifies struggle, a means to attain nearness to my Rabb, strength, beauty, sincerity, a challenge, and an identity. I am easily identified as a Muslim woman without having to open my mouth. Continue reading “Fabulous finds: Hidden Pearls headscarves”
I have been journaling for as long as I can remember, and so I am naturally drawn to notebooks and journals or maybe I just need to feed my stationery addiction. I have wanted a copy of this from the first time I laid my eyes on it. Call it love at first sight. Lol! Alhamdulillah! I got myself a copy for Eid. I need to love myself too and what better way than giving me gifts Lol!
By: Theresa Corbin
Published by: Djarabi Kitabs Publishing
I have always been intrigued with colouring. So when the whole “adult colouring” thing started. I was drawn to it. The idea of adult colouring is pretty amazing. Then those who take the time out to add the ‘Muslim-ness’ to it….MashaAllah! 😍
Bismillahi Rahmani Raheem
I honestly cannot say when exactly I discovered Ayeina but it has been a while. I finally ordered some copies of this awesomeness.
Alhamdulillah! I received this journal as a gift. It has a thin paperback and a gorgeous cover, MashaAllah! The size is just perfect – big enough to write comfortably in and small enough to fit into my bag. It contains prompts, affirmations and illustrations that I cannot wait to colour in. Continue reading “Fabulous Finds: The Big Reconnecting Selflove Journal”