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Women living with IBS may need to make additional preparations and dietary and lifestyle adjustments during Ramadan.

Author Nabeelah Niaz shares her personal story and writing journey behind her new Islamic self-development book 'Sha'ban, Ramadan, Shawwal'.

For me, it is the go-to book for all things women’s health!

I dared to dream of a world where everything was possible, including having a loving family… I understood the real meaning of tawakkul.

Here are three Muslim woman influencers you may want to follow for motivation and inspiration throughout your 2024 journey!

The diversity of talented Muslim women in the UK needs more acknowledgment! Here are #4 Black Muslim women owned businesses based in the UK…

Why are educated Muslim women looked down upon by some in the community?

As part of South Asian Heritage Month (SAHM), I bring you the stories of our women folk...

‘Barbie energy’ can embody anyone, and it seems that the Barbie campaign has inspired that on social media...

I’m back again with another blog about my travel tips/stories as a Muslim woman travelling without a man...

The safest countries for solo Muslimah to explore while enjoying the world!

I thought I would share some of my goals for the new year as a Muslim woman, particularly focusing on spiritual wellbeing and Islam.

Stress is an inevitable part of life. Unfortunately, we cannot escape stress, but there are a lot of things we can do to help manage it!

Celebs have jumped on the bandwagon of supporting women's rights, but their words are hollow when silent on the oppression of Muslim women.

I quite often get asked if a destination I visited was “Muslim friendly” or not. Muslim friendly could mean a variety of different things…

Here are a few online media platforms and magazines aimed at Muslims, some of which particularly focus on Muslim women and girls.

The writer, director and producer, Nida Manzoor, successfully conveys that “there’s no one cookie-cutter way of being a Muslim woman”

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