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A mother of six who is passionate about helping other mothers to become their best

As we enter the blessed last ten days of Ramadan, I have a decided to take a break from writing.

InshaAllah five more insightful and thought provoking parenting reflections will be shared after Eid.

Please continue sending your questions and topic suggestions. InshaAllah all will be covered in a timely manner after Eid.

Much Love,
Iroda Ahmed.

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Moving from a culture of entitlement to that of gratitude

How does one become truly grateful? Science shows that practicing gratitude has many positive outcomes. It improves your physical and mental health, increases your happiness and contentment and deconstructs your negative NAFS (self) that deals with negative emotions like jealousy, greed, envy and hatred (because all of these negative emotions are linked to “ingratitude”). GratefulContinue reading “Moving from a culture of entitlement to that of gratitude”

Day 10: How to use your Islamic Homeschooling Journal and Planner

I know homeschool planning can feel like a tremendous task. I understand completely because 10 years ago to plan and homeschool three children felt such a scary idea even to a qualified teacher like me! Therefore, we have put together a free webinar to ensure every mother who purchases “The Well-Planned Muslim Mum” will getContinue reading “Day 10: How to use your Islamic Homeschooling Journal and Planner”

Day 9. Why I wrote “The Well-Planned Muslim Mum” Islamic Homeschooling Journal

It so happened that in the year 2015 we found ourselves moving abroad with 4 children in tow (we now have 6, alhamdulillah). Our children had always been home-educated in the UK. Since we now happen to be in Saudi Arabia, we thought it was an excellent idea to send them to a school whereContinue reading “Day 9. Why I wrote “The Well-Planned Muslim Mum” Islamic Homeschooling Journal”

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