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  1. Jazakillah
    I used to find ramadan more stressful before but to my greatest surprise now that I am married with 3 children, I work 8hrs a day ( weekdays) and running a masters program, I find my ramadan easier. I get home 5 pm and sometimes 5:30pm and cook for iftar. We break our fast 6.54pm and I still make it. I keep wondering how I was able to make it. Alhamdulillah I’m regaining my productivity. I will soon start my exams. Productive brothers and sisters please include me in your prayers.

    • MashaAllah, love your productivity! Try and include one more act of worship from my list above this Ramadan. May Allah make your exams successful, ameen

      • Ameen sister. I will keep improving in sha Allah. I have added a lot of religious acts and Alhamdulillah I have found a community that we r of like minds. Sometimes when I plan through my days, people consider me weird because of how thorough I make it appear and Alhamdulillah I achieve it. Please keep encouraging us Jazakumullah khairan

  2. AlMusaafira, thanks sooo much….this article came sooo timely. Allah reward you for this article. I am positive anyone who adopts what you have suggested, you sure will get your share of the reward (smiles).

    • alhamdulilah, I am so happy that this came at the right time for you. May Allah swt make your Ramadan full of productivity and forgiveness, ameen.

  3. Jazak allahu hairen…..This article is wonderful. ….masha allah. ..it will help us in many way….May Allah ( swt ) bless us….

  4. Indeed! So timely! It’s very different to fast while a mother, wife, pregnant, breastfeeding, or any other circumstances than being a single woman…And it becomes increasingly difficult to find the time to focus on worship. Thankfully there are ways to make it work. I just never thought of post it duah while doing the dishes. Because it seems we spend so much time doing cooking cleaning and housework that it takes away from focusing on worship. But it clearly doesn’t have to be that way. Great article. Jazakallah khair for putting it together.

    • With the sincere intention to gain closeness to Allah swt, we can gain reward whatever our roles! May Allah swt bless you dear sister, ameen.

    • Alhamdulilah, please make dua that Allah accepts this small effort and please share the article with all the women in your family!

  5. Jazakallahu khayran. I have realized I wasted some time and made it up in a different way by listening to Ramadan podcasts. ;)

  6. Thank you so much for this insightful article; it’s very much needed and will help so many sisters inshallah! Jazakullah

  7. It was such an informative and inspiring article especially loved the part on intention and how to maximise benefits.

    Jazak Allah Khair

  8. Indeed, Mashaa Allah, the article is so FRUITFUL! :)
    May Allah accept it and reward you for your appreciated efforts :)

  9. Jazakallahu khairan sister.I . In my last week of pregnancy.Alhamdulillah fasting till now.was searching for articles to benefit Ramadan blessings on non fasting days Jazakallah your article is truly inspiring n will help me a lot.

    • Assalamu alaikum, I am also due in 2 weeks inshaAllah, and have just stopped fasting due to fatigue. Alhamdulilah Allah swt provided us with this concession and other beautiful ways to worship Him when we cannot fast. May Allah make the rest of your pregnancy easy, ameen!

  10. Sisters, we may not be able to recite fro the mush, but YOU CAN still recite the Qur’an!! Bi’ithnillah, read and recite to your hearts content – and we can even read from our phones/tablets and from memory!

  11. salam aleykum! good article, but i have a question.
    5. Stay connected to the Qur’an
    Now we know that woman can’t read (touch) Qur’an during her period. How can a woman stay connected to the Book then? You mentioned in the article that there are electronic versions that we could read, but I have another question here. Isn’t the electronic version of Qur’an the same as the hard copy Book? because in today’s world we can find anything electronic, does it mean that we can’t touch the Book but we can read from the screen?
    Thank you

  12. May Allah reward you for this beautiful article. I don’t fast during Ramadan at all for health issues, and I was worried to feel even less connected when I’d have to stop offering Salah and reading the Quran. Thank you, jazaki Allah :)

  13. Thanks for this.This is super exciting Ma Sha Allah as i have been feeling bad about not been connected enough when i am off solat during Ramadan. I have a question,please i intend to finish reading the Qur’an as i have started but might become impossible when am in my periods, how do i go about it? Thanks in advance.

  14. Assalaamu Alaikum, jazakillah khair sis for posting the article.. It has got very practical tips in it, the one I realky like is to arrange for Iftar for relatives and friends in those days. As sis Ayesha put it that being in many roles made her rather more productive, same is here with me; Al’hamdulillah I am giving tutions to children, managing household and taking care of my husband..my engagement in all these tasks has made me even more productive that I prioritize my activities and spend my time and energy only on useful, rewarding stuff.

  15. Assalaamu Alaikum, jazakillah khair sis for posting the article.. It has got very practical tips in it, the one I really like is to arrange Iftar for relatives and friends in those days. As sis Ayesha put it that being in many roles made her rather more productive, same is here with me; Al’hamdulillah I am giving tutions to children, managing household and taking care of my husband..my engagement in all these tasks has made me even more productive that I prioritize my activities and spend my time and energy only on useful, rewarding stuff.

  16. Assalamoalaikum, ‘Purify your intention’ is most lovely part. Even a small act may have a big reward if intention is pure. Jizakil Allah Kharain.

  17. jazakumullahu kheyral jeza…oh in the name of Allah. this was RIGHT ON TIME. May Allah reward you in doubles

  18. Jazakallahu khairan for the ideas of productivity in ramadhan. May Allah give you rewards and jannah, aamiin