In a previous installment of this series, we looked at the fast-growing, highly productive technique of vertical gardening. In this article, we will look at another interesting, cost-effective and natural way to help you achieve optimal soil conditions in your garden and offer some practical tips on getting the best out of your efforts.
Back in our Productive Hobbies Series, we said learning a new language is among the recommended productive hobbies. We discussed how learning a new language could be an effective way of connecting with people from different backgrounds and cultures. However, like many things in life, learning a new language has its challenges.
In this article, we will highlight some of the challenges of learning a new language and discover how to overcome some of these challenges with the app Memrise.
You love ProductiveMuslim and you’re eager to lead a productive lifestyle, but there’s just one problem – you are always too tired to be productive. If you can just catch up on your sleep debt, you’ll be ready to pounce on your goals, right?
But that’s not going to happen until you get through college, or until the kids grow up, or both! Bye-bye productive lifestyle dream…
Wait, not just yet! Our very own ProductiveMuslim Researcher has prepared this report on everything you need to know – and DO – to get the sleep you need and start living that productive lifestyle.
In part one of this series on gardening, I discussed how you can get started. For those of you interested in gardening, but feel intimidated due to lack of space — think again. Welcome to the fast-growing world of vertical gardening, the perfect solution for achieving a highly productive garden when limited by ground space.
One of the challenges that a Muslim faces when trying to wake up for Fajr everyday is the constant shifting of the Fajr prayer. Depending on the season you’re in, it constantly shifts either few minutes forward each day or few minutes back each day. Thus, it can be difficult to keep up with a varied Fajr schedule throughout the year.