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The Journey Of A Muslimah Homemaker

Alhamdulilah our book is done and its available! SubhanAllah it was an exciting process and it was one full of reflection that was much needed.

The Journey Of A Muslimah Homemaker  is a collection of articles written to encourage, motivate and inspire myself and others about the role of homemaking. How there is so much beauty in it and spiritual blessings. The Journey Of A Muslimah Homemaker is designed to help motivate Muslim women and inspire them. This book is full of beneficial gems mashaAllah, recipes, challenges, confessions and more. This is one book every sister should have in their home inshaAllah.

The responses from women and men have been so wonderful mashaAllah and did my heart such good. I was especially surprised to read men, single and some married purchase the book and give their honest reviews on it.

My dearest friends who I mentioned in the dedication were the first ones to review it and give their heartfelt responses and people around the world from USA to the UK are getting their copy in either digital or printed.

For a limited time there is 25% off the original price and can be purchased here The Journey Of A Muslimah Homemaker inshaAllah there will be other publications in the near future.

Some reviews:


 "Mashallah, this book is filled to the brim w/ awesome beneficial advice for the Sisters, I coped the digital version, the umma needs more books like this one. Barakallah Feekum"-Khalid Abu Sanaa



‎"This Sister practices what she preaches. I've seen her wholesome dishes, alhamdhulillaah. At $10, this is a real bargain!" - Zee Umm Faathimaa



‎"Inspirational, motivational and you can just feel the love through your words, the love you have for homemaking and how you love the reader and want them to experience some of the true, selfless happiness you have finally achieved mashaAllah!” -Arzina



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