In a series of conversations host Fousia Abdullahi shares stories of Muslim women from all over the world. You'll hear the stories of interesting, accomplished and amazing Muslim women authors, bloggers, entrepreneurs, nutritionist, and so many more. These stories will give you the tools to you need to not only be inspired but to give you tangible steps towards personal, professional growth and development. We may take different paths, with different obstacles we each have to overcome, but our voices, our successes, and our individual stories are something to CELEBRATE and share.
Episode 79 With Activist and now Author of We Are Not Here To Be Bystanders Linda Sarsour
I had the pleasure of reading Linda Sarsour's book. We Are Not Here to Be Bystanders and interview Linda herself about her book and the experiences she shared. I've always admired Linda and her activism, but most of all, her ability to keep going regardless of the opposition and hatred she faces regularly.
Linda Sarsour is a Brooklyn-born Palestinian Muslim American community activist and she is the co-founder of Mpower change the first Muslim online organizing platform.
Episode 78 In Memoriam Hodan Nalayeh March 23rd 1976- July 12th 2019
Hodan Nalayeh was the founder of Integration TV, an online platform that reaches millions of viewers on YouTube. Nalayeh has changed society with refreshing positive content from Africa.
I hope Hodan's story is a motivation for you to live your most real and authentic life. Start creating your legacy right now. I ask that Allah SWT rewards for the good that she did, and the good that others do from hearing her advice, tips, and the helping hand she gave throughout the years., Ameen Thumma Ameen!
Episode 77 The Coronavirus: How to Protect yourself and others with Infectious diseases specialist Dr. Uzma Syed
The world has been racing to contain a new virus "The Novel Coronavirus that has at this time spread to 79 Countries as of today. Dr. Uzma Syed, an Infectious diseases specialist, is this week's guest.
Dr. Syed is a NY based board-certified Infectious Disease specialist with an Antimicrobial Stewardship Committee position as well as Infection Prevention committee who is well-published in pneumonia-related research. You can follow Dr. Uzma Syed on www.instagram.com/uzmasworld
Episode 76 Boundary setting with Dr. Anjabeen Ashraf, a counselor, and mental health educator
Welcome to the first episode of 2020.
This episode is about boundary setting. Dr. Anjabeen Ashraf is a counselor, educator, and champion boundary setter living in Oregon. Her goal is to help everyone live their most authentic lives by setting better boundaries.
Connect with Dr. Anjabeen Ashraf on IG https://www.instagram.com/dranjabeenashraf/
and Sign up for her newsletter https://anjabeen.com/
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Episode 75 Goodbye 2019 a look back and hopes for the future.
This year has been such a journey, full of wins and fails. I'm so glad to have been able to continue to share so many stories of amazing Muslim women who taught us so much about personal and professional development.
Thank you for your continued support, keep sharing the podcast with your friends and family so we can grow our Naptime Is Sacred family.
Podmas day 15 How to start a podcast part 4 How to start a podcast part 4 Podcast Media hosting, RSS feed and submiting to iTunes.
This is the part where things get technical but like Marie Forleo said Everything Is figureoutable.
You’ll have to think about media hosting some of the popular ones are Soundcloud, Anchor, Libysn, WordPress, podomatic, speaker, etc
Next is RSS Feed, RSS feed means Really Simple Syndication.
First, you have to have a website where you will host your feed and a built-in plugin like Blubrry.
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Combing through, and so absorbed. Ma shaa Allah Tabaraka Allah! Very beneficial for Muslims.