Studying Engineering

“An optimist will tell you the glass is half-full; the pessimist, half-empty, and the engineer will tell you that the glass is twice the size it needs to me.” (Anonymous) I am so excited about continuing this series! I had the opportunity to interview college students and graduates who have delved into the field of

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Under the Shade of Allah (SWT)

The purpose of this course is to cover the seven categories of people that will receive shade by the throne of Allah (swt) on a day when there will be no shade except His. InshAllah, I will cover the categories over a course of three sessions. This class is based on the course Shaded Glory

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Studying Science

In the past three years, I have seen two of my children graduate from high school. I have scoured the web for reviews on the right program, the right city and the right environment for where my kids could complete their undergraduate studies. Suffice it to say, I still know very little! Throughout our college

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Looking Up: A Reflection on Hijab

My decision to wear hijab did not happen overnight. It took months of overthinking and overplanning. I’ll start on Friday. Maybe next Friday. I need to pray properly first. I need to read more Qur’an. I need to do more research. I’ll wait until the weather gets better. One more lecture. One more Khutbah. One

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The Life of Prophet Yusuf (Part 3)

Registration for the third and final class of the Prophet Yusuf series is live and can accessed at this link. Your child will need to download the Kahoot app in order to participate in the trivia game at the end of class. Jazakallah Khair to everyone who has been so supportive. Your kids have been

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The Life of Prophet Yusuf (Part 2)

Registration for Part II of the Prophet Yusuf series for tweens and teens is now closed. Zoom links will be sent one day before. You should know that the content in the second class is of a sensitive nature so be prepared to answer some uncomfortable questions afterwards 🙂 Registration link (CLOSED)

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The Do’s and Don’ts of the College Application Process

The college application season is one of the most daunting tasks that your child will ever have to deal with, that is, until they have to apply for internships, graduate school and jobs. For many students, college is the defining factor that helps a kid decide what path they will take in life. It’s not

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The Virtues of Asma Bint Abi Bakr

She was a great companion (Sahabi) of Muhammed (saws) who was fortunate that Her father was a companion. Her grandfather was a companion. Her husband was a companion. Her siblings were companions. Her children were companions. Asma bint Abi Bakr As-Siddiq (ra) was a great woman. One of the interesting points about her life was

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Jealousy. Betrayal. Hope

I am offering a three part series for teens and tweens ages 10-15, starting on Sept. 27th. I am aiming for the course to be rolled out over three weekends inshAllah. Please register at the google link below. The class is free and spaces are limited. If your child has registered and does not attend

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Expressing Love to Teens

Expressing love to my children when they were little was so uncomplicated. Love was shown in the form of a hug, a kiss, or “I love you,” followed by an immediate “I love you too!” We would cuddle at night and my son would fall asleep, holding my hand. Love was easily given and easily

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