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Old 04-13-2011, 07:07 PM   #21
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Re: How do you do it?

here is the article I've posted on our QNoor blog:

http://qnoor.org/2011/04/being-a-stu...-do-you-do-it/

Thanks again for your thoughts everyone
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Old 11-19-2011, 05:40 PM   #22
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Re: How do you do it?

AOA!

havent been on the boards in the while. been studying -- but today I caught myself at a roadblock and thought I'd log onto the forums for some help and inspiration!

good question MDK!

I was wondering the same thing about ummiefatima :/

personally, this is what I do -- I try to get two work days in one. I use the prophetic method of waking up at fajr, then taking a siesta/nap (20 min) during the day, and then sleeping around 11.

For example, I'll wake up at 5, leave for work at 7, come home at 4:30, take a siesta/recharge, and then work/study from 5 to 11. Essentially I get two work days of 15 hours

I sleep around 6 hours. some days I've been able to manage on 5, and occassionally on 4, but 6 is usually my magic number. I notice that when I eat more, I sleep more. when I eat more vegetables, I can sleep less.

I'm trying to get into the habit of following the productive Muslim morning routine -- which is to wake up for fajr, make dua after the adhan, memorize and then read quran for 30-60 min, pray fajr, do some reading/exercise for another 30 minutes, then get ready for work.

This way I can get my quran memorization in for the day, plus continue on my goal to do a khatm of the quran (right now I read about 1 pg or 2 pgs a day), and get some reading done in a book, like on aqeedah, or fiqh, whatever I'm studying at the time.

I hope this helps Ahmad!
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Old 11-19-2011, 05:41 PM   #23
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Re: How do you do it?

btw, you can get the productive muslim morning routine in their free ebook "The Best of productive Muslim"

on www.productivemuslim.com
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