Mathilde Loujayne’s dream was to highlight the beauty of Islam to the world. Her dream sparked the idea for her book, Big Little Steps: A woman’s guide to finding a balanced lifestyle and a glowing heart in Islam. I am not a scholar. I am just a woman of faith with more than fifteen years of experience in the Muslim community. With my book, I wanted to pass on my knowledge and share what I’ve learned over the years, backed up by beautiful verses from the Holy Quran and narrations of Prophet Mohammad (peace be upon him). I wanted to unearth what Muslim women have achieved in many fields over the centuries.Read More
How do you put emotion aside and take action? How do you take action consistently despite fluctuating emotional states?
Here are five ways to stay creative and productive and not allow your emotions to dictate your results or stop you from achieving your goals.Read More
Developing a routine for your dream work can sound like the most boring thing in the world to a multi-passionate creative. But the key to any success is the ability to keep going no matter what. Developing a solid routine is the simplest strategy that will have the most impact on your ability to achieve all that you set out to.Read More
Prachiti is the most positive person you will ever meet. She co-authoredMy Arabian Almanakh [available here] and works alongside literary organisations and publishers deploying her expertise as a translator, professional book reviewer, and operations manager.Read More
Service to others plays a major role in doing your dream work. But how do you take care of yourself when you’re busy building an empire, creating a legacy and changing the world? Self-care is the number one factor determining whether someone can fulfil their dream work or not. It is the most important aspect of doing this kind of work in the world.Read More
For as long as I can remember, I have always been intrigued about all forms of religion. Since finding my faith in God as a child, reading has been a way to quench my thirst for religious knowledge and satisfy my curiosity.Read More
Whatever stage you’re at with your writing project, here are some questions to keep in mind. Having clear answers to these questions will help ensure that your finished book is as commercially viable as possible, filling a gap in the existing market.Read More
There is nothing we love more than a collective. It is the family we have chosen. The Dreamwork Collective is filled with rebels, game-changers, odd-balls, and weirdos – the ones who don’t fit in and stand out. We created The Dreamwork Collective to bring all of the odd-balls together and we encourage everyone who comes into our world to harness the power of a like-minded community.Read More
Your calling is something you uncover not something you find. It is in you all along. It can reveal itself suddenly or gradually when you are ready to embody it in a greater way. It is not simply something you do, it is who you are. So look within and allow yourself to be guided towards the most powerful version of yourself and your life.Read More
I’ve recently become aware of the various messages associated with make up. Perhaps you can relate to some of them. These messages really dented my inner confidence.
“I have to hide my terrible skin,” “I have small eyes and need to make them bigger,” “I am prettier with makeup,” “It’s not acceptable to go to work without makeup”Read More
The good news is that punctuating dialogue isn’t hard at all. By keeping a few simple rules in mind, you’ll have more-professional looking manuscripts in no time.
UK style uses ‘single quote’ marks.
Here is a list of what it means to be a conscious creative:
· You are committed to leaving the world a better place and doing so by creating something that is of service to others.Read More