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Getting Ready for Ramadan

 

How to Prepare for Ramadan?

As the holy month of Ramadan approaches, we all start thinking about how we can organize our day in a way that allows us to complete our daily tasks and also enjoy this blessed month.

It's not just that, but it's also a great opportunity to get closer to God and renew our intentions

Therefore, we've brought you some simple tips to help you spend Ramadan in a balanced and happy way:

1. Plan your day:

Kitchen and food: Try to prepare your weekly food list in advance and prepare some meals to freeze. This will save you a lot of time and effort at Iftar every day.

Worship:Set specific times for prayer and reading the Quran. You might start by reading one page daily and gradually increase the amount.

Family time: Try to ensure there's shared time between you and your family, even if it's just half an hour spent together, whether in eating, worship, or even watching beneficial Ramadan programs.

2. Use your time wisely:

Reduce social media time: Try to reduce the time you spend on social media and replace it with more beneficial activities like reading or solitude.

Organize a worship space: Create a small, quiet corner in the house dedicated to prayer and worship. This will help you focus more.

3. Take care of yourself:

Rest and sleep:Be mindful of your sleep times and try to get enough rest, especially before Suhoor and after Fajr. You might not be able to sleep for long hours in a row as usual, so it's essential to know when to take a nap to rejuvenate your energy for movement and worship every day.

Healthy nutrition:Choose healthy and balanced food that gives you energy throughout the day and helps you continue your worship with vigor. Choose complex carbohydrates found in rice, brown bread, vegetables, and fruits, and don't forget to balance between protein, healthy fats, and carbohydrates to get your fill and stay energized for the longest possible fasting period. Don't forget to distribute the amount of water you drink between Maghrib and Fajr so that your body stays hydrated most of the day. Ramadan is not just a month of fasting; it's also a month of change and renewal for the soul and spirit. With good planning and pure intention, we can make this Ramadan different and benefit from it to the fullest. And try to use this Ramadan organization chart; it will make it easier for you to organize your day 😊

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