Ayeina’s #AlhamdulillahFor Series Gratitude Journal – A Review

Alhamdullillah For Series

Ayeina’s #AlhamdulillahFor Series is a mini gratitude journal created by two sisters Ayesha and Samina. Thus Ayeina (Aye+Ina). Genius isn’t? Masha’Allah. Ayeina also means mirror and their motto is ‘The believer is the believer’s mirror’.

 

Their logo is also nothing short of pure talent mA. See Below.

This Muslim mini journal looks like a children’s book actually. It’s artistically designed and the illustrations are lovely, colorful, lively, and simple. I love the chalk board component to it. It screams instilling education.

Here is the back cover

A peek inside the journal

Now the front cover

 

#AlhamdulillahFor Series is about 45 pages, and it is a constant reminder to be grateful. Times and times again, we take many small things for granted. Our lives would be VERY different if one day those things were removed and we couldn’t get access to them.

The journal is divided in to four parts where each part covers Alhamdulillah For Basic Necessities, Alhamdulillah For Ties that BindAlhamdulillah For Islam, and  Alhamdulillah For Everything respectively. Each grateful section is accompanied by pictures of the things in questions we ought to be grateful for no matter how small they may be.

I really like it and I actually follow their series on social media. And one was inspired after me because I use rain water to water my urban garden 🙂 . Alhamdullilah for free water indeed.

 

 

The journal also has a four-week planner where you can pen down what things you’re grateful for weekly.

#AlhamdulillahFor Series would make great eid gifts. You can buy the eBook on their website.

Thank you reading,

Papatya*

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4 comments

  1. Papatia · June 26, 2016

    Reblogged this on Between Sisters, SVP!.

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  2. Ayeina · July 11, 2016

    We feel extremely honored when creative women like yourself compliment ❤

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    • Papatia · July 12, 2016

      Masha’Allah, that’s awesome 🙂 Much <3!

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