Society has always had standards of beauty, status, happiness, and living. Over the years, it has only gotten worse and has been inflicted with men and women. If we really think about it, society can influence the struggles many people face. From developing insecurities, to suffering through depression, and facing other hardships that make … More Reasons Why Society Doesn’t Want You to Love Yourself
Every writer’s dream is to create a collection of their work and share it to the world. It is every aspiring author’s goal. Publishing a book is an insightful journey, but it is no doubt a long process. Self publishing a book takes a lot of time, effort, and patience. I noticed some first time … More Self Publishing: (Tips, Advice, Where to Start)
Meet Adil Dad, a 24 year-old author from England and founder of Leaf Publishing House. Continuously releasing new projects and evoking many by his words, his social media has grown tremendously and still does. His written works include Pick Me Up and Rise that has received 5-star reviews worldwide. HOW DID YOU BEGIN TO WRITE? My … More Interview with Muslim Author | Adil Dad
Assalamu alaykum everyone, Maybe it is because I am getting older, but this Ramadan flew by way too fast. It came and went in the blink of an eye. Sadly, I do not think I was able to achieve all my personal goals and targets this Ramadan (completing the final few assessments of a university … More Beyond Ramadan
The month of Ramadhan to me has always felt like a season. The same way we look forward to summer or spring, that anticipation, the build up and even the plans on how to spend it, that’s how I feel every Ramadhan. It would be a bit hypocritical for me to say that I did … More ‘Tis the Season
I had one evolving experience and it gave my life a new purpose. Before I turned 21, (I’m not telling how long back exactly because you will do the maths and figure something out.) I had this new enlightenment in me that set me out on a mission to learn and evolve to be a … More Ramadan Through my Eyes
On a normal average day, I usually express about 350 ml of breastmilk. On a sick day, I’d be lucky to express that amount. But I am more than grateful to be able to express 260ml. And what about Ramadhan? A month where I can’t eat or drink from sunrise till sunset. From being … More A Mother’s Story: How is Ramadan Like for Pregnant Women or Nursing Mothers?