Movies to watch during the Pandemic Lockdown

Although many of us have access to streaming movies, and there are DVDs we may have, it is not always clear what is a great watch. Below are some personal recommendations based on genre. ROM-COMs The Big Sick Leap Year Multiplicity Instructions Not Included (Spanish) Cease Fire (Persian) Always (Korean) The Princess Bride Eat Pray…

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Ten Quotes to live by during the 2020 Pandemic

Twenty years ago, I published a small book, called “Gems of Wisdom Heart of Gold.” It was in part a collection of wisdom from the Muslim world.  We can draw inspiration from any source, person, quote, art, poem, song, … Given our global predicament I researched and selected ten quotes that I hope bear some…

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30+ Things to do when stuck at home with a Pandemic Shelter-in-place

Peace, When any type of disaster strikes, it can be an opportunity for us as humans to grow individually and collectively. Usually time flies, but with the lock-down due to the pandemic, loss in personal-space and being around family time may go very slowly also. If you had a routine before, it is good to…

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Tip of the Week: The Key to an Organized Wedding Day

We talk a lot about how to stay organized throughout the entire planning process. However, we rarely talk about how to stay organized on your wedding day. We’re here with another tip of the week and this is a good one. Make sure you stock your bridal suite This is something that is often overlooked,…

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Who to Take Along with You to Shop for Your Wedding Dress

One of the most exciting (but stressful) moments during the wedding planning process is shopping for your wedding dress. The key is not to take too many people along. Because, well, that comes along with too many opinions. Yikes. Don’t get us wrong, having multiple opinions is important, but sometimes too many just adds extra…

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Who You Should Gift On Your Wedding Day

This may not be a common practice within the Muslim community, but perhaps, it should be. A lot of time, effort, and planning go into a wedding and it’s almost impossible to do on your own. Many of us may require help from family and friends. Those people should receive some sort of gift for…

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Tip of the Week: Secret to Wedding Planning

For the last 5 years, we’ve been working hard to bring you fresh and relevant content. We are far from done. As the editor, I decided to start something new. Introducing: Tip of the Week. The goal is to provide a tip every Monday to start your week off on the right foot. I just…

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20 Muslim Wedding Gift Ideas

The Muslim Wedding Gift Guide contains affiliate links. This means we will receive a commission from purchases made through those links. There is no extra charge for clicking our links. It’s becoming increasingly common to simply gift the bride and groom a gift card or cash. However, the art of purchasing an actual gift isn’t…

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33 In Law Relationship Lessons from “Everybody Loves Ray”

Coming from a South Asian background, I have always assumed that an extended family is a norm and that issues of in-laws were only unique to our culture. Fast forward many years, and we came across the TV comedy, “Everybody Loves Ray.” Ray, his wife and children live in a house on the East Coast….

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