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10 Tips to Stay Healthy as a Working Women

Many women today are taking on amazing jobs and doing rewarding work (claps).  In fact, women make up about half of the labor force in the United States so the idea of being a working women is far from being unheard of. That being said, however, working women have to juggle a balancing act between…

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Make Anyone Fall in Love With You

Whenever there is a discussion about love and how it forms, there is always that one annoying friend who says that love is nothing but a combination of the right chemicals in your brain; that it is nothing but formulaic string of events. As annoying as they are, your friend might be right. You might…

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6 Workout Tips You Need to Know for Ramadan

Insha’Allah everyone’s been having a fruitful and blessed Ramadan; it’s the perfect time to pick up good habits and maintain them throughout the year. We tune ourselves up mentally and spiritually for the sake of Allah (SWT), so why not physically too? After all, the Prophet (PBUH) said: “The strong believer is better and more…

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Eyes on the Prize

I graduated from a private Islamic school in June 2012. I was a student there since I was in 4th grade. I remember resenting the hijab and the Islamic curriculum, but I grew to appreciate them as the years went on and I got older (and hopefully wiser). When I entered high school, everything I…

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Who Defines Liberation?

Liberation has always been a hot topic. Liberation isn’t an ideal, but a journey; it means to break the inevitable chains of societal norms and to rise above whatever causes one pain or hardship. For Muslim women living in Western society, it is particularly hard to decide where to turn when the question of liberation…