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A Mother’s Guide to Preparing for Ramadan

A Mothers Guide to Preparing for Ramadan
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A Mother’s Guide to Preparing for Ramadan

As we gear up for another round of Ramadan, it’s time to talk about the beautiful chaos that comes with being a mom during this blessed month. We all know that Ramadan brings its own set of challenges and rewards, but add in the responsibilities of managing a household, taking care of little ones, and maybe even juggling a job or two, and things can get a tad… interesting, to say the least! So, grab a cup of chai and let’s chat about how Ramadan is a whole new experience when you’re a mom on duty! 🌙💪

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A Mother’s Guide to Preparing for Ramadan

a mother's guide to preparing for ramadan
  1. Write Down Your Ramadan Goals: First things first, grab a pen and some colorful sticky notes and jot down your Ramadan goals. Whether it’s reading more Quran, giving more to charity, or improving your patience, having clear goals will keep you focused throughout the month.
  2. Make a List of Duas: Make a list of all the Duas you want to make during Ramadan. From personal wishes to prayers for your loved ones and the wider community, having a list handy will ensure you don’t miss out on any precious moments of supplication.
  3. Pick a Time to Read Quran Everyday: Set aside a specific time each day to read Quran. Whether it’s early in the morning before the household wakes up or during nap time, find a time that works for you and stick to it. Consistency is key!
  4. Pray as Many Prayers on Time: Try your best to pray all five daily prayers on time. It might be challenging with little ones running around, but making the effort to prioritize your prayers will bring immense blessings into your life.
  5. Don’t Try to do Too Much: Remember, Ramadan is about quality over quantity. Don’t overwhelm yourself by taking on too many tasks or commitments. Focus on a few key goals and give them your all.
  6. Eat a Healthier Diet: With all the delicious iftar treats tempting us, it’s easy to indulge during Ramadan. But try to balance out those indulgences with nourishing, wholesome meals. Your body will thank you for it!
  7. De-clutter the Home and Fridge: A clean and organized space can do wonders for your mental well-being during Ramadan. Take some time to declutter your home and fridge before the month begins. You’ll feel lighter and more prepared to embrace the spiritual journey ahead.
  8. Talk to Kids About the Blessed Month: Get your kids excited about Ramadan by talking to them about its significance and traditions. Involve them in age-appropriate activities like decorating the house or preparing special meals. It’s a great way to bond as a family and create lasting memories.
  9. Have Realistic Expectations for Yourself: Be gentle with yourself, mama. It’s okay if things don’t go exactly as planned. Remember that Allah sees your efforts, no matter how small, and He is the most merciful.
  10. Mindset, Mindset, Mindset: Finally, approach Ramadan with the right mindset. Embrace it as a time of spiritual growth, reflection, and renewal. Stay positive, stay patient, and most importantly, stay grateful for the opportunity to experience another Ramadan.
a mother's guide to preparing for ramadan

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So there you have it, a mother’s guide to preparing for Ramadan. May this month be filled with blessings, love, and endless opportunities for spiritual growth. Ramadan Mubarak! 🌟

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