Shukr Sizing

You may have noticed that Shukr is having a sale again. 20% already discounted clothing, even on their sale corner items! Follow them on Instagram and use code INSTA20 to get the discount. In North America you’ll also get free shipping on orders of 150$+! For Canada you’ll get your duty back (you’ll have to pay DHL and send a screenshot of your receipt to … Continue reading Shukr Sizing

Shukr Sizing

You may have noticed that Shukr is having a sale again. 25% already discounted clothing, if you spend 100$ or more. If you spend 150$ or more shipping is free for Canada, and you’ll get your duty back if you’re in a country that has a trade deal with Jordan. I’ve had a few people come up to me, noticing that I almost exclusively wear … Continue reading Shukr Sizing

Raising Conscientious Kids

There are a lot of concerns when you are raising kids, at any time, but our time, is especially challenging because we have ever fragmenting communities. They say it takes a village to raise a child, well the village has changed, and that’s not necessarily a bad thing! We are all a small piece in this ever widening puzzle of humanity, and the picture is … Continue reading Raising Conscientious Kids

Family Reunion

Two weeks ago, (on FIFA ’18 soccer final weekend) I travelled with my kids to visit my mother and her side of the family for the first family reunion in eight years. I hadn’t been to the last one, so this was my first one since my grandparents’ fiftieth wedding anniversary a few decades back. I was excited to go, because I knew that the … Continue reading Family Reunion

Who Made my Clothes?

  I’ve been taking a free online course offered at the University of Exeter in association with the Fashion Revolution group, which was formed after the infamous Rana Plaza clothing factory collapse in Bangladesh five years ago. Through it I was hoping to learn more about how to become a better informed fashion consumer, how to advocate for workers through my shopping habits and information campaigns, … Continue reading Who Made my Clothes?

Shukr Sale

From Canada Add AFTEREID20 to get an extra 20% the already discounted items in their After Eid Sale (some items are already 58% off!). You can get some real deals! And with Shukr, you can be sure you’re getting the best quality, at the highest ethical standards, with an ecologically minded approach to production. So take advantage before the sale ends on July 14th! From … Continue reading Shukr Sale

Khadija

  Salaam Alaykum, if I were to meet you for the first time, what would I learn about you? My name is Khadija. As an American hijab wearing Muslim I come across a lot of preconceived ideas as to which box I should fit in. When I meet people for the first time, especially since I’ve been back to the US, the first thing they … Continue reading Khadija

Entitled

Someone in my community just wrote an opinion piece in the paper relating a recent incident that happened to her, in which she became acutely aware of the meaning of the expression “white privilege.” I read the article, and listened to her subsequent radio interview. She has gotten a lot of slack over this, apparently. I’ve had occasional encounters with her via a social media group … Continue reading Entitled

Sara

  Sara (not her actual name) is one of the most consummate optimists I’ve ever known, I deeply admire her gumption, and I am certain that you will too! This is her story: We met for the first time after the Revolution, at the Caterpillar Café. I think it went well, Alhamdulillah (thank God), I wouldn’t change a thing, except I wish we’d seen each … Continue reading Sara