About Aisha

Assalam-u-alaikum!

IMG-20161229-WA0012This is Aisha. Born and brought up in U.A.E. During my 18th year I had to move to Karachi. I am a Psychology major, a feature writer at Muslimah Bloggers, freelance writer for many websites and freelance editor at Djarabi Kitabs Publishing.

I love inspiring people through written words and I have a special interest in learning the psyche of kids. I love trying out new dishes especially ones that involve PASTA, travelling around like a nomad, making sweet savouries and drinking coffee is my ultimate hobby!

You can also like my Facebook page or follow me on Instagram to get the latest updates about my blog posts and feel free to contact me at aisha2aboo@gmail.com. I’d love to help you sort out your problems.

Also, do visit my other blog The Bookish Nomad for book reviews, food guide and travel tips.

Lastly, your comments will be highly appreciated πŸ™‚

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28 thoughts on “About Aisha”

  1. Assalamu alaykum

    Just found your post on wearing the niqab. Although I have always been a strong advocate for a woman’s right to wear one, I have come across niqabi woman or two lately who have made me wonder whether I was making a mistake. Your post reminded me why it’s so important that we support and encourage people to be and dress and behave in whatever way they choose.

    Although I don’t think I would ever wear the niqab personally, I pray that people will always be supportive of you and your right to wear one.

    1. Walaikum Assalam sister. Yes, most of the time we are wearing niqab with our own choice and it is really frustrating when someone comes and tells that we are being brainwashed or are oppressed. If women are left free to show every part of their body to the world then those who want to cover out of their own choice should also receive the same kind of support.
      Jazakillah khair for reading and appreciating πŸ™‚

  2. Aswk!
    I found your post on niqab very helpful. To be honest, I was struggling to make a decision. I am a story teller, as in I perform on stage, and although I don’t wear a niqab, I wear hijab and lately I was becoming apprehensive about wearing it while performing. It was all happening in my mind; I never faced any problems because of my hijab. I am not sure why I was overthinking. I mean my sisters don’t like me to wear it when we go on outings and girl’s in my college do judge me, but I go through all that just fine, Alhamdulliah. So, I am not sure why I was hesitating to wear it now.
    But, I gained a little perspective after going through your post. I was being stupid.

    Also, I read a few of your book reviews, liked that they were more personal than professional. I am slightly technologically- challenged, couldn’t subscribe to that blog. How do I do it?

    1. First of all, Jazakillah khair for reading my article and my TBN blog and appreciating it. I will pray that Allah helps you in your decision. You know when I was deciding to wear niqab I had gone through all of these thoughts as well. But after reading stories of different niqabi sisters I was able to become more firm in my decision.

      I still haven’t added a subscription option on that blog. Please follow me on Facebook http://www.facebook.com/aisboo and Twitter @AishaWritesTBN because I constantly share my articles there.

      Feel free to write to me if you have any further questions πŸ™‚

    1. Oh wow! I would love to check back on your book recommendations. I love reading novels πŸ˜€ Do read through my ‘Inspiring to read’ section where I post my own short stories

      1. Will definitely read your stories, Aisha πŸ™‚ I have bookmarked your blog and am looking forward to checking it out in detail in few days when I have some extra time on my hands.

        You are also most welcome to share the links of those stories that you especially consider your best efforts through your comment in the following post so that the readers of my blog can also check them out if they wish too! πŸ™‚

        http://acozymurderisannounced.blogspot.de/2015/01/introduction.html?m=0

        Thanks and all the best with your reading and writing! πŸ™‚

  3. Hello Aisha (what a lovely name!) Thanks for stopping by my blog–it’s honour to find yours. Will be coming back after work today to explore and of course comment. Hope to see you around my quarter some more.

    1. Yes, I saw you blog and since it seemed so interested I couldn’t help clicking the following button. Will be there soon to check out your posts πŸ™‚

  4. MashaAllah your doing a wonderful job keep writing keep improving and youll become one of the best writers one day πŸ˜‰ all the best for future!!

  5. Your wrote a really good post post on Aisha& . I really enjoy your writing style. I also own a blog on free vin history. Do check it out and let me know your thoughts, thank you!

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