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FREE PRINTABLE EID WRAPPING PAPER

After all of you loved the wrapping paper I put up on Instagram stories (which sadly I only had one roll of each as they were just prototypes :( InshAllah next Eid I'll be more organised for you all!) I have created this printable wrapping paper for you to use. I know it's a little late, like Eid could be tomorrow late, but I'm hoping many of you are last minute like me and are yet to wrap your presents. You have three colour options to choose from, pink, tan or sage green.  All you need is the printable file which you can download below and some sticky tape. Lots of star confetti is optional but highly recommend! I recommend...

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6 SIMPLE TIPS TO MAKE THIS YOUR BEST RAMADAN YET

Are you a last minute person like me and feeling totally unprepared for Ramadan? (which some of us are starting tomorrow btw!) Don't stress, it's not too late to implement these 6 simple tips that will help you to have your best Ramadan yet, inshAllah!  1. TREAT THIS RAMADAN LIKE IT'S YOUR LAST Because we never know which Ramadan will actually be our last. Having this mindset while entering this blessed month will help you to really focus as you'll be prepared to put your all into it. To fast like you never have before, to pray more than you ever did, to give more than you ever have. It's a bit of a confronting mindset to have, but it's really...

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RR no. 1 | CAN YOU FEEL IT?

I'll be starting a number of little blog series, I have so many thoughts i'd like to share with you all but I am always stuck on what/when and how to share them. The first blog series is Ramadan Reflections. I always find myself deeply reflecting on this life, myself and almost everything during this month and I want to share these reflection with you.

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RAMADAN | DU'A FOR BREAKING THE FAST

For as long as I can remember I was reciting two du'as during Ramadan; one when beginning my fast, and one when breaking my fast. I did a bit of research for this print to ensure that I get the correct transliteration for these two du'as, only to come to the conclusion that the ahadith associated with those du'as I was reciting were actually daeef (weak). I was in shock, I had been saying this du'as since I was so young that I don't even remember a time of not reciting them.  Nevertheless, my research pointed me to this du'a, narrated by Umar, may Allah be pleased with him and found in Abu Dawood,“Dhahaba al-zama’ wa abtalat al-‘urooq wa thabata...

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