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Sew, what you making?

Something pretty cool is happening today! A blog takeover ūüėÄ There’s an incredibly talented lady who has agreed to do a guest blog tutorial on how to make a pencil bag, and with the new academic year just starting out, it’s perfect timing! Although seeing the end result, I can think of a few other… Continue reading Sew, what you making?

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Global Muslim Mummy – Farnaaz

Farnaaz is a young mum from Port Shepstone, South Africa, and she is the next contributor to our GLOBAL MUSLIM MUMMY series.¬† 1. How many children do you have, and how old are they? I am blessed Alhamdulilah with three amazing sons aged 6 , 4 and 6 months. 2. What was your first reaction… Continue reading Global Muslim Mummy – Farnaaz

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Global Muslim Mummy – Saima

Saima¬†is a 32 year old mum from Karachi,¬†Pakistan is the next contributor to our GLOBAL MUSLIM MUMMY series. Karachi is a coastal city and one of the largest in Pakistan.¬†It is also the main seaport and financial centre of the country. Karachi is also known as City of Lights. It is within this bustling, vibrant… Continue reading Global Muslim Mummy – Saima

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Global Muslim Mummy – Lisha

The next contributor to the Global Muslim Mummy series, is one of my best friends that I havent met yet… Yes, you read that right! Lisha and I met over Facebook, and as our friendship grew, I realised that sometimes you dont need to meet in person to have a strong bond with someone.¬†Lisha is… Continue reading Global Muslim Mummy – Lisha

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Global Muslim Mummy – Aneesa

The next contributor to our GLOBAL¬†MUSLIM MUMMY ¬†is Aneesa. She is a mum of 3 from Laudium, South Africa. Laudium is in fact a township on the outskirts of Pretoria, the capital city of South Africa. Because of the group areas act in apartheid South Africa, people of different races were made to live in… Continue reading Global Muslim Mummy – Aneesa

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Global Muslim Mummy – Sairish

Did you know that there is a very considerable muslim population in Wales? According to a census in 2011, there were¬†about 46,000 muslims in the country .¬†The first purpose-built mosque was built¬†in Cardiff in 1947. And today, Wales has about 40 mosques. Sairish is a 25 yr old mum of 2 young children. She blogs… Continue reading Global Muslim Mummy – Sairish

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Global Muslim Mummy – Aasiya

The GLOBAL MUSLIM MUMMY series is proving to be extremely popular, and at the same time,¬†very entertaining and enlightening. Our next contributor is a fellow blogging mum who is also a homeschooling mum. Aasiya is a 30 yr old mum of 3 children, and she resides in¬†Mississauga, Toronto. Aasiya describes it as a¬†very diverse city… Continue reading Global Muslim Mummy – Aasiya

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Global Muslim Mummy – Anisa

Anisa is a 28 yr old mother of 3 children. She lives in Durban, South Africa, and she is the next mum featured in the GLOBAL MUSLIM MUMMY series. Anisa has previously written for me as a guest writer, as part of the Personal Journey Series. These are her answers: 1. How many children do… Continue reading Global Muslim Mummy – Anisa

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Global Muslim Mummy – Shumaysa

Shumaysa, is¬†¬†42 year old mummy, currently residing in the of¬†city Jeddah, and the first contributor to our Global Muslim Mummy series. According to Shumaysa,¬†Jeddah, ¬†is a lively city with people from all around the globe living as residents. She quite enjoys living¬†in this moderate city with a positive atmosphere for diverse cultures. Jeddah is a… Continue reading Global Muslim Mummy – Shumaysa

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Global Muslim Mummy

Today I’m really excited to launch my new series, entitled Global Muslim Mummy. The aim of this series is to highlight how even though we may be spread across the globe, and have different home languages and cultural experiences, the binding force that is Islam is ever present. The mums had to answer a series… Continue reading Global Muslim Mummy