Inside: A free Printable Ramadan and Eid Planner to help you get the most out of this Ramadan.
We are locked in due to COVID 19 Pandemic outbreak. Are you struggling to find your motivation to start preparing for Ramadan too?
I’ll be honest – I have been very stressed! I have been unable to get into the Ramadan mood and the truth is, I really didn’t know where to begin.
Don’t get me wrong, I am very grateful that Ramadan is coming. As the mosques are closed, we are already praying together as a family and the children are all in their Summer routines. So technically, we are almost living like Ramadan here. (Only Iftar and Suhoor missing!)
Last month, we created a Ramadan display for our living room to countdown to Ramadan. Last week, I created this Ramadan Decorations pack for you all to download and we updated our giant list of free Ramadan printables but… I was still just not motivated to get my home in order or my heart ready for what’s to come.
Then two days ago, a dear reader Sajidha Basha messaged me on instagram to say that she had a gift for me. I wondered what she could send me when everything was locked…
She sent me this beautiful Ramadan Planner.
What a PRACTICAL gift! I downloaded it instantly and got to work. In fact, I loved it so much that I asked her if she wanted to guest post and share her creation with others.
Sajidha doesn’t have a website and she isn’t a blogger … yet. But I do hope that this experience opens doors of opportunities for her. I love how intentional she is in her motherhood and you can see she is very talented too. May Allah accept this from her and give her Barakah in her life. Ameen.
The post written below is by Sajidha from @withlove_sbz on Instagram.
Printable Ramadan Planner by Sajidha Basha
Assalamualaikum Wa Rahmatullahi Wa Barakatuhu my lovely people!
Hope you’re doing well and are in good state of health and Imaan♥
We are always excited for Ramadan to come. Before every Ramadan, I tell myself:
I gotta get so and so done, I need to learn this and this. I have to start practicing from the teaching of our beloved Nabi (S.A.W)… and so on.”
But what happens is that it is usually kept for a tomorrow (that never comes!) because we just prioritize so many other things eventually but not intentionally.
So this year, I thought to myself that from this Ramadan onwards let me set goals and reminders so that I will have it all written down. I will follow, plan and work on my tasks accordingly.
As a starter, I thought of a minimal planner. Made this.
So far, it i working very well for me. I have been able to sit everyday and think on what I should focus on in my self-development. I have been jotting down my goals in this planner.
I hope you will enjoy this gift from me. It is very easy to use. It has just a few but necessary content to it to help you track your small project. You can set your goals, plan and keep going ahead. I hope it helps you boost your productivity and spirituality.
I hope you enjoy this little gift from me. May this Ramadan be a life changing one for you. May you be productive and intentional. May Allah filled your life with Barakah, health, love, Rahma and the goodness in Dunya and the Hereafter. Ameen.
My name is Sajidha Basha. I am residing in Jeddah and I am a mom to a 1 year old boy. My favorite pastime is playing with my little one and reading to him and I also love crafting and DIY projects for little kids. I have always been fascinated by books, and planners are something I really love buying or using. I love writing and enjoy cooking although I am not an expert but giving it a try is always worth it!
I usually enjoy making rough planners for following up on my daily important tasks while working. I always dreamt of making my own version of a productivity planner to write daily tasks or goals or to focus on and improve ourselves.
I thought Ramadan was the right time for me to make and share a planner. I hope and pray that my planner helps you to keep your life focused, on a purpose and productive.
I am offering this planner as a Hadiya with lots of love. I hope you download and use it!
Do include me and my family in your precious duas.
Special thanks to Jeddah Mom for this beautiful opportunity on her blog space. She’s always been an inspiration and a beautiful soul. May Allah Almighty bless her and her family abundantly. Ameen ♥
With lots of Love,
Ameen! JazakAllahu Khayr wa khayrun jaza Sajidha. May Allah accept this from you.
Contents of the Planner:
Here are a few more details about the planner. It is a very concise and ink friendly planner. There are about 18 pages with the following topics:
- Front and back cover pages
- Ramadan goals
- Tips for you to get productive
- Quotes and motivation
- Plan your month
- 1-30 days of Ramadan and Ibadah chart
- Dua list page
- Laylatul Qadr notes
- A list of duas
- Eid Preparation list
- Eid Menu planning and organizing sheet
This is a digital download. It is a ZIP file containing the Printable and a set of bookmarks.
- Click the download button and sign up. Your printable will arrive in your inbox in a few minutes.
- Please use your desktop to retrieve the files. It will not open on phones or tablets.
- Unzip the file to view the folder.
- Print the planner on A4 size paper. You can choose black and white or color depending on your preference.
More related posts about Ramadan:
- Making Ramadan joyful for your toddlers and babies
- Mom hacks for a Productive Ramadan
- Creating Meaningful Memories for Ramadan
- Dear Mom, before you decorate for Ramadan