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The Mindful Muslim is an Inspirited Minds podcast that hosts raw, open, and honest conversations on various topics within the sphere of mental health, psychology, Islam and spirituality.

In this Ramadan special episode, we spoke to Dina Aziz! She is a Muslim influencer and social media personality, who published her Ramadan Planner: A guide to reflection and growth during the holy month this year! (15th February 2024).

With each Ramadan, Dina shares glimpses of her planner, providing invaluable support and preparation for her eager followers embarking on their spiritual journey. Her book that Dina shared online garnered over 1 million clicks and brought wide-spread praise:

“So easy to follow . . . I don’t know what I would have done without it

“Using this planner is the most productive and closest to God I have been for any Ramadan”

“This has made a massive difference in how I’m using the days of Ramadan”

We spoke about:

  • Her journey from being an influencer to an author
  • What Ramadan means to her and her inspiration behind writing this planner
  • Her journey of creating this planner and how it can be used to ease your Ramadan experience
  • The many features of her planner and where you can get a copy
  • & so much more!

You can connect with Dina in the following ways:

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Sivan Kader

Sivan is a Biomedical Sciences and Clinical Neuroscience graduate from Queen Mary, University of London and King’s College London. She hopes to combine her learning from personal experience with mental illness, with the passion to drive positive change, to ultimately empower others to take care of their mental wellbeing. With a background in research, and having worked with a social enterprise, she has joined Inspirited Minds to help shed light on mental health stigma in the Muslim community, in particular, and work towards encouraging dialogue, empathy, and compassion.

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