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MUSLIMAH LIFESTYLE HUB started in 2016 out of the need to create an impactful online platform for Muslim Sisters to connect through their stories.

Over the years it has evolved in several ways, the contents have changed, mistakes were made, and I have even thought of giving up, but the WHY which has remained constant and the grace of Allah has kept the journey on.


The vision is to build a safe online platform where all things about the Muslim woman’s lifestyle will be discussed in a way that is allowed within the context of the Quran and Sunnah biidhnillah.

What Will You Find Here?

Published stories of Muslim Sisters from different walks of life. Their stories of resilience in the face of challenges and courage in the face of fear to inspire and empower each other. These stories are obtained through interviews and those submitted for publication on the blog.

You will also find articles on parenting tips, relationship, self-love/self-care, and Muslimah Lifestyle generally.

You will be able to buy products and services which helps enhances the lifestyle of a 21st Century Muslim woman

MLHCharity supporting charity organizations focused on bettering the lives and putting smiles on the face of orphans, under privilege and no privilege children.

The Why

To build a platform that inspires Muslim sisters to embrace themselves, put their trust in Allah (S), and be a better version of themselves bithinillah. To help contribute to the life of the underprivileged Nigerian child; one child at a time in shaa Allah.

The Audience

Every Muslim woman who seeks support and want to give support, who needs to feel that she is not alone in her struggles; students, professionals, homemakers, entrepreneurs, single, married, grown-ups and teens.

May all who come here find true inspirations and be empowered.

Every mistake is mine (may Allah (S) forgive me), and whatever perfection you may find therein belongs to Allah (S).
May Allah (S) make it beneficial for us all.

Your Sister
Azeezah Salau-Mohammed