A Canadian now living in Europe, Meaghan grew up in a rather secluded countryside, where her desire for new experiences, places, and cultures pushed her to leave home at a young age in pursuit of travel and opportunities to intermingle with people of all backgrounds. Having studied religion, she loves to think and write about its role in societies, and contemplate her ‘quite confusing’ transition to becoming a Muslim.
A new Muslim’s journey into the faith can be overwhelming. Sometimes, simply offering a listening ear can be one of the greatest help for converts.
We all want to look good, but it’s also important to feel good in our minds and souls.
Best known as the designer behind former fashion label Maysaa, her evolving creative career is an extension of her former pursuits as a kid raised by two artist-parents.
While usually eaten as a dessert, it makes an even better breakfast. The best part: there are no special baking skills required!
Suad Bushnaq shares her approach to writing music, the influence of her family and the importance of giving back. She spoke with Meaghan Brittini.
It is much more common these days to buy prepared pumpkin pie filling in tin cans. But of course, making it from scratch is more fun!
Try this deliciously creamy warm dessert – the perfect comfort food for chilly months when our bodies need more sustenance.
Distance between parents and their children can happen while living apart – but also while living under the same roof.
Marginalised communities have benefitted from microcredit programmes. Funding micro-loans may be one of the best alternatives for your zakat and sadaqa.
This sweet soup will warm you from the inside out.
This delectably easy recipe sure makes it easy to get your daily dose of vitamins and minerals.
Some Muslims believe that one cannot learn properly from a non-Arabic Qur’an.