As a Muslim, it is my duty to read the Qur’an every year (if you just do it for Ramadan) and I just had a craving to know more and more about this person specifically. I actually named myself after her! (Read on why I converted here).
If you have a mental illness, here are a few videos you should watch on TED Talk. You can find them on YouTube!
We all have that health nut friend that we never know what to buy them because they have EVERYTHING fitness related… I’ve made a list to help you out!
Islamophobia is growing just as fast as Islam itself is growing. I’m so happy people are finally sticking up for us. The world wouldn’t be what it is today without Muslims.
Because of all the nasty news and stuff, this really needed to be said.
Making sure you have a healthy diet can always be hard. Making the changes is the hardest part because you aren’t used to it! Here are some tips on what you should be doing to help your body get into a new routine.
My holy grail moment. My ‘aha’ moment. The day I decided it was the day… The day I chose recovery and weight lifting.
If you read my previous post, you would know that I suffered from an eating disorder. (You can read more here). When I thought I was getting better from my ED, I started going to the gym and eating what I wanted. I didn’t realize I was doing anything wrong. I mean, does it sound wrong to you?
Most of you may not know this, but I’ve suffered with an eating disorder and still, to this day, struggle with body image.
If you read my Start Here page, then you already have an insight on why I started this blog. When I first converted to Islam I was still wanting to be a Personal Trainer. I never knew any Muslim trainers, athletes, or just icons in general!