Amina Khan is an award-winning Muslimah Fitness Coach and Founder of Amanah Fitness. She has inspired thousands of busy Muslim women all over the world. To start exercising with her fast, fun, modest at-home workout videos.
Life has become truly overwhelming for most of us. To-Do list, books, study/personal development, freebies, inbox, social media, mobile apps, etc. Everything is just so overwhelming. You have signed up for courses you haven't completed, joined Telegram/WhatsApp groups you hardly check, you install every app but takes you a month to open the app.
Your life is made up of days, days of hours, and hours of minutes. Although a minute or ten doesn’t seem like much, the idea that you can waste a few minutes is the biggest, fattest lie you’ll ever tell yourself.
Anywhere you look there are a lot of free resources to help you learn to code. But at the same time there's availability of so much information you would feel like consuming as much as you can but at the end of the day, you feel like you’re not getting closer to become a programmer. What is the way out?
You just don't learn Ilm(Knowledge) by picking up the Qur'an translation, hadith, and other beneficial books to learn on your own. The model of teaching taught by Rasulullah SAW was that you learn in the guidance of a teacher.
If a woman sees yellowish discharge or brownish discharge then what is that? What is the ruling concerning that? Is that considered a period? Or is that considered discharge? should a woman pray? Should she not pray? Is she going to deal with it like Haydh, like Istihadah, or like purity? Basically, these are the questions that come to mind when women experience such discharge.
This blog title seems like an oxymoron. Like how do you really heal in difficulty? How do you heal when hardship is keeping you off balance? Well it's possible to heal during hardship. And it's possible to rise.
AI, as people call it. Some people are like, yes, it's the greatest technology of all time, and some people are like, this will be the
downfall of humanity. I'd say that neither of those responses would be correct. The reason I say that is because this is technology.
Every week 200,000 new chemicals are registered in the chemical abstract service. And 80% of those chemicals haven't been tested. Our health also depends on our environment. For that reason, I'll be taking you on a tour around your house. To help you recognize those harmful chemicals and suggest a replacement for them.