We didn’t even have much of a wedding really; it was simple, held at his cousin’s house and only family were present.Read More Happily Ever After
One of the fundamental but perhaps most daunting tasks that all new reverts face is learning to read Quran.Read More Learning to Read All Over Again
There are so many good, kind-hearted people in these communities who truly want to help others and they are the ones who make the biggest impact.Read More The Golden Rule
Assalaamu Alaikum everyone! We are 5 days away from Eid al-Fitr which means Ramadan is almost finished. It was my goal to fill this blog with articles before and during the holy month with helpful tips and lessons that I’ve learned. Instead, life took over and I became fully immersed in simply trying to experience […]Read More Thriving Alone During Ramadan
Your decision to embark on this journey is not going to go down well with a lot of people.Read More What to Expect When You Cover Your Hair in America
I’m taking the power and negativity associated with this title back. Reclaiming it, if you will.Read More Behind the Name
Minimalism is so much more than a seasonal capsule wardrobe.Read More Adopting a Minimalist Lifestyle
There were women in hijab EVERYWHERE. No one was giving me dirty looks, I was invisible, and I loved it. But something also happened, I started to feel like an imposter.Read More Imposter Syndrome: Revert Edition
As a revert you experience loneliness in a way that is so completely different from any other.Read More Lonely?
For the first time in my life, I am not anticipating the giving of gifts.Read More To Christmas or Not to Christmas?