I'm so grateful to have the opportunity to even buy a home, let alone redesign it to my liking. I know this is a huge blessing and want to use it to show other Muslims/moms how they can create a home that celebrates their identity and raise proud muslim children.
Here at Days of Eid, we believe in emulating the good character of Prophet Muhammad PBUH and finding ways to model his good character in our homes and amongst our families. We are sharing 5 characteristics of the Prophet that can inspire how we act in our homes, with our families, in our communities, and with the environment.
We must ask ourselves:What does my home say about me? What does our home mean to my children and their understanding about our family and faith values? What do my neighbors glimpse when they see my home?
Because a home isn't just a space enclosed between four walls. A home is where we have conversations over dinner and where we tuck our little ones to bed. It is where we express our love and share the most meaningful of laughs. Our homes are where we celebrate who we are.
This is the mission of Days of Eid:To create a home that defines and celebrates you.
Ah, Fall. That light breeze, the changing color of the trees, and the smell of pumpkin spice at your local coffee shop. The weather right now is arguably “perfect” and it’s time to take advantage by planning a picnic for your family and friends. Who said picnics are for the summer only? Now more than ever, picnics are
Worried about your kids’ emotional state in quarantine? Anxious about what this Fall and Winter will hold? Facing financial difficulty in this time? Overwhelmed with the constant bombardment of bad news? Here’s a secret: whenever we experience hardship, God compensates us with ease.
Who said you can’t homeschool or work from home while basking in that Fall mood? With fall around the corner, and COVID keeping us indoors, get ready with Days of Eid. Use these tips to transition your home decor to a cozy fall mood.