Forest School Update

Hello and Salaams (peace!), This is a post that I will try to regularly update with all the excellent work we’ve been doing at our primary school to increase the awareness of the benefits of Outdoor Learning. We have already managed to make a huge difference in the land next to our school. The storyContinue reading “Forest School Update”

How to ‘Fake It Til You Make It’!

There are so many ways to ‘fake it til you make it’. Sometimes you can fake your actions, attitude and actually everything from your outward behaviour and your thoughts. You will realise that your body releases certain chemicals and is also ‘taken in’ by the changes you have made. ‘Faking it’ is a great wayContinue reading “How to ‘Fake It Til You Make It’!”

I Need Your Love, Is That True?

Not everyone will understand your journey. That’s OK. It’s not their journey. It’s yours. Embrace your Freedom.

Is it coz I’m Muslim?

What will it take for muslims to break out of this mould of prejudism and misconceptions?
‘….. it would be interesting to find out what goes on in that moment when someone looks at you and draws all sorts of conclusions.’ Malcolm Gladwell

10 Top Tips for a Happy & Successful Marriage!

Want to know what makes a good marriage work? Read on…You may be surprised!

My DoTerra Story- Sharing is Caring :-)

This is my story and not a promotion. DoTerra Essential Oils came into my life one sunny day in Wales when I had a headache. Funnily (and also quite sadly) I’d get this recurrent headache every time I travelled to Wales. Since Wales has become my no-aeroplane favourite holiday destination over the past few years,Continue reading “My DoTerra Story- Sharing is Caring :-)”

It’s a Crying Shame…Or is it?

Like the ocean, tears are salt water. Crying is not only used to clear debris from our eyes or to lubricate the eyeball, it is also successfully used as a coping mechanism. There are three types of tears.  Continuous and Reflex tears are shed automatically for the physical benefits to the eye and the thirdContinue reading “It’s a Crying Shame…Or is it?”