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    • Walaikumasalam Sister,

      Jazaki Allahu Khair for your kind comment, and Ameen to your Du’a! May Allah bless you and your family, and may your children be the coolness of your eyes, Ameen!

  1. Salaam sis. JazakAllah Khayr for this lovely article. I’ve just started blogging as a Muslim mama and I’m definitely looking for a network of sisters online in the blogging world. Your tips are so on point and very beneficial. Thank you!

    For those who would like to connect or follow my new blog its justbeingamuslimmamma.blogspot.co.uk

    Thanks :)

  2. Great tips! Thanks! I also wanted to add not to forget the husband! I feel like at the end of the day (after the kids are in bed) when I’ve carved out time for myself, other chores or something. I’ve always started to feel a disconnect with me husband because thats the only time of the day he’s available. So whatever works for you, I feel it’s super important to spend quality time with the hubby.

    • I love blogs especially about Islam. I am a mom too who got so many idead keeps running in my mind every single second and I want to share it along with other sisters. Let us follow and read each blog to be helpful to our society In Shaa Allah.

      Tumblr URL: mynameisanjummuslimah.tumblr.com

  3. Great post, thank you for sharing. It can be hard at times to keep your intentions pure and stay balanced while trying to run a blog. So many hats to wear and so little time Mashaa Allah.

  4. Asalaamu Alaikum wa Rahmahtullahi wa Barakatuh! Alhamdulillah. I am a mother of 2 boys, 10 & 9. Night and day is a complete understatement for their personalities and the life lessons I have learned thus far. I don’t blog, I do however share my experiences with other mothers and families. I appreciate you for giving us a platform to come and get advice as well as share our experiences with you! Shukran JazakAllah Khair

    • Walaikumasalam wa Rahmatullahi wa Barakathu sister, Jazaki Allahu Khair for your kind words! May Allah continue to shower his blessings upon you and your family, and may Allah reward you for helping other mothers, Ameen!

  5. Jazakillahu khairan sister.

    I follow you on social media, and really love your blog! As I was reading this list, after every point I was like Yes! Especially this one! They’re all fantastic tips. Definitely looking forward to more posts in these series!

    Zahra

    • Wa iyyaki sister Zahra! Yes, I recognize you from Instagram sis; I sincerely appreciate your support :) I’m very excited to share the next article with you soon, Insha’Allah xo Stay tuned!

  6. Assalamualaikum Warahmatullahi Wabarakatuhu..
    MashaAllah for this very insightful and helpful post. In shaa Allah someday I would also be able to write a blog. I am in a process of learning how in shaa Allah just like you sis would also like to help others to get inspire to life much more from being better Muslim. Not yet a mom but in shaa Allah soon someday:) jazak’Allahu khayran sis for sharing and inspiring Muslim like me. May we all be blessed with wisdom, guidance and protection from Allah swt as we become better and better Muslim each in every single day and receive goodness of life and hereafter. May you continuously inspire more people! :)

    • Walaikumasalam sister,
      Thank you so much for your kind words, I’m elated to hear that you enjoyed reading this article! I’m excited to share the next couple of articles with you all soon insha’Allah :) Stay blessed xo

  7. As an organizational blogger with a toddler, I’m excited to read the rest of your series! I only blog when I know that I have a good topic to blog about. This could become problematic if I want to monetize the blog in a more serious way in the future. Any advice?

  8. Assalamu alaikum sister,
    It was a great article. You inspired me a lot. Iam also mother of 2 children. I like to blog. But i dont know how i can. Pls help me.
    I like to spend my days to share my experiences, to inspire, moreover be a faithful muslimah infront of ALLAH..
    so kindly help me…
    may Allah bless you and your family…

  9. Asalamu alaikum..
    it was a great article.. you inspired me alot.. iam also a mother.. i also wish to write blogs but i dont know how.. i want to be a faithful muslimah infront of Allah.. so kindly help me..
    may Allah bless you and your family..

  10. A lovely and practice article! It’s amazing to see so many wonderful Muslim women eager to share their wisdom and knowledge. Looking forward to read your next article and all my love to your kids. May Allah bless you all

  11. Assalamu aleikum sister, you touched every corner of the issue. Great post mashaAllah and as always thank you for daily lovely reminders. Houb salam and jazakAllah khair! :)

  12. Asalamualaikum sister, great advice! As mommy blogger who is getting back into the swing of things, I found this article very helpful. Especially #3. I’m working on setting some reasonable and attainable for 2015. Would love for you to stop by my blog, check things out and advise me on how I can improve. Thanks so much for a much needed reminder! :-)
    http://www.muslimhomeschoolblog.com

  13. Barakallah…
    I’m starting blog last year..
    Still learn about it.. Thanks for the articles.. Help me to maintain the spirit of blogging..
    Hoping myblog useful for us
    :D

  14. Salaam sis. Jazakillah Khayr for this wonderful article. I’m relatively new to blogging as a Muslim mama and I’m definitely looking for a network of sisters online in the blogging world (and in my country – Nigeria. Your tips hit the nail on the head and are very beneficial. Thank you!

    For anyone who would like to connect, my blog is http://blog.garneesol.com.ng/
    Thanks :)

    Keep Smiling, It’s sunnah!