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Download the Beautiful Ramadan Gift Guide by Sakina Design for FREE!

Jontie and Pik of Sakina Design are some of the most creative people I know, turning basic ideas into the most beautiful visuals I’ve ever seen mash’Allah. I can attest to this in their latest project, the Sakina Gift Guide.  In it you’ll find so many gorgeous gift ideas for Ramadan and Eid, even a few of my top picks for gift-giving. ...

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Silver Envelope Products & Summer Ramadan Cooking Are in Stores in Qatar!

What an amazing week it’s been. Ramadan has started, all of the excitement and anticipation for the blessed month is even sweeter because of a few very exciting things going on, one of them involving my friend Raana Smith of Silver Envelope, the Islamic Stationary Company. She invited me to collaborate on a piece with her last year to make ...

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CLOSED: MuslimZon.com, A Giveaway From the One-Stop Shop for Ramadan & Eid

Last year we introduced you to MuslimZon.com. They were just starting out as an online retailer of everything you could ever want as a Muslim family- books, videos, accessories and of course decorations and good for Ramadan and Eid. They’ve since grown and are now offering more products from some of my favorite retailers of products that really speak to ...

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CLOSED: The Olive Tree Soap Company Assorted Products Giveaway

I love feeling prepared for big events, occasions and our biggest season of the year- Ramadan. Even things that seem so small, like lovely smelling and good-for-you- toiletries can make your life run so much smoother when they’re simply on hand at your busiest moments. It’s when you’re out of them that their absence is stressful- and it’s the same ...

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On Being Half Sicilian

It’s so important to appreciate and respect our family roots, no matter how old we are or well-traveled or educated. One always comes full circle in when you’re able to understand at least a little something about our grandparents, great-grandparents and beyond them. What where their struggles? What were their professions? How did they live, what did they eat? What ...

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