We all know one of the best ways to get the best out of yourself is to write things down. Literally.
Daily affirmations, goals, deadlines, to-do lists, even regular reflections all help us to be our better selves. So today I wanted to refer you to two resources that I think will help you to have a richer, fuller Ramadan experience, as well as be a better version of yourself on the other end of the Blessed Month.
This is a printable Ramadan journal designed for kids/teens but there is a link to a mom’s version (complete with meal planner pages). It is fun and easy to use, and FREE.
I was always a little jealous of Christian girls who would buy those devotionals for the Lent season or the Christmas season. I always thought, how great would it be if somebody came up with something like that for us? Well somebody did, and it looks like it will be a great resource for those of us who might not be able to complete the Quran during Ramadan but want to be able to contemplate its message during the 30 days. Buy it HERE for kindle or in paperback.