For Productive Muslim!!

Articles I’ve written for Productive Muslim are listed below:

(With many people asking what articles I write for Productive Muslim, I guess this is an easier way for everyone to view inshaAllah..)

My very first article =) Morning Nutrition Routine-The Start of Your Day

Top Energy Foods to Increase Productivity 

Six Tips to Burn Calories and Increase Metabolism

My personal favorite: Ultimate Productivity goldmine: Begin with Bismillah

What are You Striving for: Dunya or Akhira

Increase Your Energy with Energy Rich Foods

Transform Your Unhealthy Eating Habits for a Better You

Earn Extra Rewards Even Before Ramadan Begins

During Ramadan

Ten step Suhoor Routine

How to Survive 16 Hour Fast – Part I

How to Survive 16 Hour Fast – Part II 

7 Productive Tips for Iftar

Creating a Habit of Fasting After Ramadan

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10 Responses to For Productive Muslim!!

  1. ummkhaleel says:

    May Allah reward you sis! :) Like I was saying keep writing..al-Hamdulillah I have benefited alot from your articles especially the Ramadhan tips.. so now I know who’s ‘Abu Productive’ hehe.. ;)

    • Nasmira says:

      May Allah swt reward all of us sis! :)
      alhmadulillah that it benefitted u sis.. :)
      and no no…’Abu Productive’ is Mohammad Faris..the CEO, Head/Owner of Productive Muslim..

  2. Serenity Pearls says:

    Salam wrwb, so I finally run into a writer of Productive Muslim… mashaAllah I love that website, in fact cannot emphasize enough how much I appreciate the efforts of u and all the other contributors there! May you get the best rewards for your efforts inshaAllah :D

    • Nasmira says:

      Wa alaikum salaam wr wb! :)
      jazakumallahu khayran for your kind words, dear sis!!!
      Please keep us and the website in your duas!
      May Allah (swt) reward this entire ummah!

  3. Ayesha says:

    JazakAllah khair Nasmira!
    May I know what is the meaning of ur name?

    • Nasmira says:

      Barakallahu feekum sis Ayesha! :)
      My name is supposed to be a combination of Persian and Arabic,
      so ‘Nasmi’is Arabic and means : light breeze
      and ‘araa’ is Persian and means : adoring,
      so a combination of both gives Nasmira, which means “Adoring breeze” :)
      Nasmira Firdous : Adoring breeze in al-Firdous (in Jannah), I assume!

  4. MuQeet says:

    Taqabbalallahu Minna wa Minkum.
    Eid Mubarak to you, dear sister :)

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