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    heyrosiebee:

    🌻 little habits/things to do more of 🌻

    dailies

    • make your bed. (no, really.)
    • set your top 3 to-dos for the day.
    • do your top 3 to-dos for the day. (heh)
    • stretch.
    • unpack your bag when you get home.
    • prepare your things for the next day before sleeping.
    • skincare. (your basic cleanse and moisturize)
    • sweep the floor of your bedroom.
    • talk to your plants. (if you have plants)
    • update your financial report/expense tracker.
    • take a good photo.
    • meditate.
    • hug at least three people. (seriously.)

    weeklies

    • polish your school shoes.
    • mop your bedroom floor.
    • dare i say, laundry. (don’t put it off!)
    • exfoliate.
    • take a leisure walk.
    • review your past week and plan your next week accordingly. (a part of your routine may not be working–try something new)
    • make a piece of art. (a sketch, a collage, a quote in pretty lettering, a god-awful poem..)
    • sanitize your gadgets. (whip out the wet tissue and wipe away at your phone, your laptop, your mouse, your earphones–just don’t forget to IMMEDIATELY follow that up with a dry cloth to prevent fogging and short circuits)
    • watch a TED Talk.
    • make a new playlist.

    monthlies

    • wash your bag.
    • wash your shoes.
    • change the sheets of your bed and your pillows.
    • clip your nails. (honestly)
    • wax/shave. (if you want. i just really like how fresh my skin feels after i torture it with razors and wax strips)
    • wipe your shelves/the tops of your furniture clean. (try to avoid dusting. it just scatters the dirt everywhere. use a damp cloth instead)
    • see if there’s anything in your storage that you don’t need/want anymore and give stuff away or sell them.
    • review your month and plan the next one accordingly. (just like your weeks. remember to refer to your Life Goal/Year’s Goals page)
    • finish reading at least one book. (and review it!)
    • discover new songs.

    - 🍂

    come-to-success:

    Biography of Prophet Muhammad - SAW

    Biography of Prophet Muhammad - SAW

    40 Lessons by Holy ProphetMuhammad (S.A.W)

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    01. Refrain from sleeping between fajr and Ishraq, Asr and Maghrib, Maghrib and Isha.

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    02. Avoid sitting with smelly people. i.e (onion)

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    03. Do not sleep between people who talk bad before sleeping.

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    04. Don’t eat and drink with your left hand.

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    05. Don’t eat the food that is taken out from your teeth.

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    06. Don’t break your knuckles.

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    07. Check your shoes before wearing it.

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    08. Don’t look at the sky while in Salaat.

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    09. Don’t spit in the toilet.

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    10. Don’t clean your teeth with charcoal.

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    11. Sit and wear your trousers.

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    12. Don’t break tough things with your teeth.

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    13. Don’t blow on your food when it’s hot but u can fan it.

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    14. Don’t look for faults of others.

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    15. Don’t talk between iqamath and adhan.

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    16. Don’t speak in the toilet.

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    17. Don’t speak tales about your friends.

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    18. Don’t antagonize your friends.

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    19. Don’t look behind frequently while walking.

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    20. Don’t stamp your feet while walking.

    21. Don’t be suspicious about your friends.

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    22. Don’t speak lies at anytime.

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    23. Don’t smell the food while you eat.

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    24. Speak clearly so others can understand.

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    25. Avoid travelling alone.

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    26. Don’t decide on your own but do

    consult others who know.

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    27. Don’t be proud of yourself.

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    28. Don’t be sad about your food.

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    29. Don’t boast.

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    30. Don’t chase the beggars.

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    31. Treat your guests well with good heart.

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    32. Be patient when in poverty.

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    33. Assist a good cause.

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    34. Think of your faults and repent.

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    35. Do good to those who do bad to you.

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    36. Be satisfied with what you have.

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    37. Don’t sleep too much - it causes forgetfulness.

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    38. Repent at least 100 times a day (Istighfaar).

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    39. Don’t eat in darkness.

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    40. Don’t eat mouth-full.

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    ‘Send to others to remind them’.

    —————————————- -May Allah bless you…! Aameen.

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    Love is real.

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    Why do we sleep in the masjid but stay awake in parties?

    ——————————————-Why is it so hard to talk to Allah but so easy to gossip?

    —————————————— Why is it so easy to ignore a Godly text message but re-send the nasty ones?

    —————————————–Are u going to send this to ur friends or are u going to ignore it?

    ——————————————Allah said: “if u deny me in front of ur friends, i will deny u on the day of Resurrection”

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    If each muslim says astaghfirullah wa atubu ilaih 3 times now and forward, in a few seconds billions will have said it and You’ve got nothing to loose so pass on…..

    bintsalafii:

    lilflowerkiddo:

    1. What’s one thing you would like to change about yourself? 

    2. Are you religious? If yes, what is your religion? 

    3. What was the best phase in your life? What was the worst phase in your life? 

    4. Are you the person you thought you’d be when you were little? 

    5. Who is one person you would talk to about anything? 

    6. Have you ever lost someone close to you? 

    7. Have you every had your heart broken? Have you ever broken someone else’s heart? 

    8. Do you believe in second chances? 

    9. What is one thing that people always misunderstand about you? 

    10. What is your biggest regret in life? 

    11. What things are standing between you and complete happiness? 

    12. If you lost everything important to you tomorrow, whose arms would you run to in order to make everything okay again? 

    13. Does the most important person in your life know how much they mean to you? 

    14. If you could send a message to the entire world, what would you say to everybody? 

    15. If you were going to die tomorrow, what would you spend today doing? 

    16. How would you describe yourself in 5 words? 

    17. What opportunities have you not taken that you regretted not taking? 

    18. What would you do differently if you knew that no one would judge you? 

    19. If you could ask one person a single question and they had to answer 100% truthfully, who would you ask and what would you ask them? 

    20. If you could start your life over, what would you do differently? 

    21. Are you currently holding on to something that you need to let go of? If yes, what’s stopping you from letting go? 

    22. Are you living or just existing? How do you know? 

    23. What was the last thing you did that was really worth remembering? 

    24. What do you want most out of life? 

    25. If you had one year left to live, what would you want to do in the next 12 months? 

    26. If you could get one wish to come true, what would that wish be? 

    27. When you think of home, what comes to mind? 

    28. What scares you the most? 

    29. What is your greatest strength? What is your greatest weakness? 

    30. What did life teach you yesterday? 

    31. What have you done in the past week to make someone’s life better? 

    32. What makes you special? 

    33. What was a time that you did not speak but you should have? 

    34. Describe what you want the next five years of you life to be like in a single sentence. 

    35. If you knew when and where and how you were going to die, would you life be better or worse? 

    36. What would life look like for you if you never wasted another minute of it? 

    37. Do you consider yourself to be the hero or the villain of you story? 

    38. How much do you love yourself? 

    39. What or who have you given up on? 

    40. Who are you really? Deep down, who are you really? 

    👀

    jagungrebus:

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    4. Kedudukan Mahar dalam Akad Nikah
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    6. Peran Istri dalam Keluarga
    7. What A Wife Should Do?
    8. Peaceful Mom, Peaceful World
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    10. Empat Kunci Rumah Tangga Harmonis 
    11. Akhlak Bertetangga 
    12. 3 Cara Menjadi “Bocah” di Depan Istri 
    13. Menciptakan Hubungan Komunikasi yang Baik dengan Pasangan
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    Mendidik dan Merawat Anak

    1. Rumah Seperti Neraka? 
    2. Pendidikan Rumah
    3. Jika Anak Bertanya Tentang Allah 
    4. Mengurus Anak (1) 
    5. Mengurus Anak (2)  
    6. Mengurus Anak (3)  
    7. Mendidik Anak dengan Sabar, Senyum, dan Sentuh (3S)  
    8. Anak Gaul : Cara Ridwan Kamil Mendidik Anaknya  
    9. Qaulan Sadiidaa untuk Anak Kita
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    11. Hipnosis Untuk Si Buah Hati  
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    2. Anak Doyan Minuman Soda Cenderung Lebih Agresif  
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    4. ASI Eksklusif Tingkatkan Status Sosial  
    5. Percaya Diri Kunci Kecantikan Alami  
    6. Persahabatan Para Bayi  
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    Hikmah

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    4. MencariRidho Orangtua 
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    darasteine:

    The 75 most common words make up 40% of occurrences
    The 200 most common words make up 50% of occurrences
    The 524 most common words make up 60% of occurrences
    The 1257 most common words make up 70% of occurrences
    The 2925 most common words make up 80% of occurrences
    The 7444 most common words make up 90% of occurrences
    The 13374 most common words make up 95% of occurrences
    The 25508 most common words make up 99% of occurrences

    (Sources: 5 Steps to Speak a New Language by Hung Quang Pham)

    This article has an excellent summary on how to rapidly learn a new language within 90 days.


    We can begin with studying the first 600 words. Of course chucking is an effective way to memorize words readily. Here’s a list to translate into the language you desire to learn that I grabbed from here! :)

    EXPRESSIONS OF POLITENESS (about 50 expressions)      

    • ‘Yes’ and ‘no’: yes, no, absolutely, no way, exactly.    
    • Question words: when? where? how? how much? how many? why? what? who? which? whose?    
    • Apologizing: excuse me, sorry to interrupt, well now, I’m afraid so, I’m afraid not.    
    • Meeting and parting: good morning, good afternoon, good evening, hello, goodbye, cheers, see you later, pleased to meet you, nice to have met.    
    • Interjections: please, thank you, don’t mention it, sorry, it’ll be done, I agree, congratulations, thank heavens, nonsense.    

    NOUNS (about 120 words)

    • Time: morning, afternoon, evening, night; Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday; spring, summer, autumn, winter; time, occasion, minute, half-hour, hour, day, week, month, year.    
    • People: family, relative, mother, father, son, daughter, sister, brother, husband, wife; colleague, friend, boyfriend, girlfriend; people, person, human being, man, woman, lady, gentleman, boy, girl, child.    
    • Objects: address, bag, book, car, clothes, key, letter (=to post), light (=lamp), money, name, newspaper, pen, pencil, picture, suitcase, thing, ticket.    
    • Places: place, world, country, town, street, road, school, shop, house, apartment, room, ground; Britain, name of the foreign country, British town-names, foreign town-names.    
    • Abstract: accident, beginning, change, color, damage, fun, half, help, joke, journey, language, English, name of the foreign language, letter (of alphabet), life, love, mistake, news, page, pain, part, question, reason, sort, surprise, way (=method), weather, work.    
    • Other: hand, foot, head, eye, mouth, voice; the left, the right; the top, the bottom, the side; air, water, sun, bread, food, paper, noise.    

    PREPOSITIONS (about 40 words)    

    • General: of, to, at, for, from, in, on.    
    • Logical: about, according-to, except, like, against, with, without, by, despite, instead of.    
    • Space: into, out of, outside, towards, away from, behind, in front of, beside, next to, between, above, on top of, below, under, underneath, near to, a long way from, through.    
    • Time: after, ago, before, during, since, until.    

    DETERMINERS (about 80 words)  

    • Articles and numbers: a, the; nos. 0–20; nos. 30–100; nos. 200–1000; last, next, 1st–12th.    
    • Demonstrative: this, that.    
    • Possessive: my, your, his, her, its, our, their.    
    • Quantifiers: all, some, no, any, many, much, more, less, a few, several, whole, a little, a lot of.    
    • Comparators: both, neither, each, every, other, another, same, different, such.    

    ADJECTIVES (about 80 words)    

    • Color: black, blue, green, red, white, yellow.    
    • Evaluative: bad, good, terrible; important, urgent, necessary; possible, impossible; right, wrong, true.    
    • General: big, little, small, heavy; high, low; hot, cold, warm; easy, difficult; cheap, expensive; clean, dirty; beautiful, funny (=comical), funny (=odd), usual, common (=shared), nice, pretty, wonderful; boring, interesting, dangerous, safe; short, tall, long; new, old; calm, clear, dry; fast, slow; finished, free, full, light (=not dark), open, quiet, ready, strong.    
    • Personal: afraid, alone, angry, certain, cheerful, dead, famous, glad, happy, ill, kind, married, pleased, sorry, stupid, surprised, tired, well, worried, young.    

    VERBS (about 100 words)    

    • arrive, ask, be, be able to, become, begin, believe, borrow, bring, buy, can, change, check, collect, come, continue, cry, do, drop, eat, fall, feel, find, finish, forget, give, going to, have, have to, hear, help, hold, hope, hurt (oneself), hurt (someone else), keep, know, laugh, learn, leave, lend, let (=allow), lie down, like, listen, live (=be alive), live (=reside), look (at), look for, lose, love, make, may (=permission), may (=possibility), mean, meet, must, need, obtain, open, ought to, pay, play, put, read, remember, say, see, sell, send, should, show, shut, sing, sleep, speak, stand, stay, stop, suggest, take, talk, teach, think, travel, try, understand, use, used to, wait for, walk, want, watch, will, work (=operate), work (=toil), worry, would, write.    

    PRONOUNS (about 40 words)

    • Personal: I, you, he, she, it, we, they, one; myself, yourself, himself, herself, itself, ourselves, yourselves, themselves.    
    • Possessive: mine, yours, his, hers, its, ours, theirs.    
    • Demonstrative: this, that.    
    • Universal: everyone, everybody, everything, each, both, all, one, another.    
    • Indefinite: someone, somebody, something, some, a few, a little, more, less; anyone, anybody, anything, any, either, much, many.    
    • Negative: no-one, nobody, nothing, none, neither.    

    ADVERBS (about 60 words)

    • Place: here, there, above, over, below, in front, behind, nearby, a long way away, inside, outside, to the right, to the left, somewhere, anywhere, everywhere, nowhere, home, upstairs, downstairs.    
    • Time: now, soon, immediately, quickly, finally, again, once, for a long time, today, generally, sometimes, always, often, before, after, early, late, never, not yet, still, already, then (=at that time), then (=next), yesterday, tomorrow, tonight.    
    • Quantifiers: a little, about (=approximately), almost, at least, completely, very, enough, exactly, just, not, too much, more, less.    
    • Manner: also, especially, gradually, of course, only, otherwise, perhaps, probably, quite, so, then (=therefore), too (=also), unfortunately, very much, well.    

    CONJUNCTIONS (about 30 words)

    • Coordinating: and, but, or; as, than, like.    
    • Time & Place: when, while, before, after, since (=time), until; where.    
    • Manner & Logic: how, why, because, since (=because), although, if; what, who, whom, whose, which, that.   

    Best