Gratitude Challenge

So, a long time ago I received the Ayeina #AlhamdulilahFor series journal from House of Khair to review which I did (a little) on Instagram and then never went back to. This journal is meant to help you find the blessings in your everyday life and I love that. I purchased a productivity journal from … Continue reading Gratitude Challenge

Review: Be You

Be You is a self-help book written by Kulsoom Kazim, containing her insight into common problems faced by women around the world and testimonials from clients that she's helped through her coaching business. The book is structured into sections, at the end of which there are exercises for the reader to complete so as to examine … Continue reading Review: Be You

Fiction: Hidden Blessings Epilogue

Epilogue Faaiza had been wrong. She’d had no way of knowing it then, but Taskiya Mansoor was eerily similar to a boil in an unsightly place – annoying, painful to live with, and difficult to make budge. She had the sense to avoid Faaiza herself but suddenly, she began to pop up everywhere and it … Continue reading Fiction: Hidden Blessings Epilogue

Resisting Taqdeer: Mirzaq’s Suicide Note, An Excerpt

This is not the full note. The full note will never be written - it's explicit and dark and gross. But this will give you an idea. It's been cut just before Mirzaq begins to rant; about Azraa, Amira, even his parents. - I didn't want to do this. I wanted to make that clear. … Continue reading Resisting Taqdeer: Mirzaq’s Suicide Note, An Excerpt

Fiction: Resisting Taqdeer Epilogue

Epilogue I’d thought that newborns were the most exhausting of children. It turned out three year old little munchkins gave them a run for their money. Azmiah had always been active but lately it felt like she’d somehow engaged fast-forward mode. Entertaining her all morning, through the drive from the airport and the wait until … Continue reading Fiction: Resisting Taqdeer Epilogue