Ramadan Planner 2015 – Let’s get organized!

the organized muslim Ramadan Planner

For a while now, I’ve just assumed that I’m not a planner kinda girl. I tried using a few in university but eventually they were always cast away and left to collect dust. Until this year when I read about the Erin Condren planner recommended by Seher over at Simply in Control. I bought it and fell in love and I think I’m hooked on planners for life! But as we’re approaching Ramadan, I knew the Erin Condren wouldn’t be enough, practically there wasn’t enough space and I wanted something exclusively for Ramadan. I mean how awesome would it be to actually have a record of Ramadan, more than just a letter to myself.

Enter The Organized Muslim’s Ramadan planner.

It’s EXACTLY the kind of planner that I can see myself using. A double page spread for each day (yay, space!) which includes: a dedicated area for meals, recording Qur’an recitation/reflections, goals for the day, plans for tomorrow

the organized ramadan planner

and my favourite parts: an accountability section (i.e. what didn’t go so well) and a gratitude section.

ramadan planner 2015

I love the idea of these two sections in particular because I want to get into habit of doing both inshaAllah, and what better month to start than Ramadan! The accountability part reminds me of Umar Al Khattab’s statement:  “Take account of yourself before the account is taken of you”. And with regard to the gratitude check, I was listening to a talk wherein NAK said that gratitude is often overlooked as one of the key things to strive for in Ramadan. After all, Allah says:

“… Allah intends for you ease and does not intend for you hardship and [wants] for you to complete the period and to glorify Allah for that [to] which He has guided you; and perhaps you will be grateful.” (Qur’an 2:185)

Another aspect of the planner that’s brilliant (and unique!) is planning out low energy versus high energy deeds. The concept was new to me but after I gave it some thought I realized how useful it would be for me to plan my day with that in mind. For example towards the end of a fasting day where the kids are a bit more needy, low energy deeds like dhikr, du’a, salawaat on the Prophet (sallalahu alayhi wa sallam) would be ideal. High energy deeds would include: Qur’an memorization, studying tafseer, hands-on activities with the kids etc.

the ramadan planner

Other features of the planner include:

-Ramadan vision and Goal setting

the organized muslim ramadan planner

-Dedicated space to write down personal du’aas.

-Salah & accountability charts

ramadan planner 2015

-Details on the virtues of Ramadan & Eid prep sections

the organized muslim ramadan planner

3 bonuses that come along with the planner include: 

– A Ramadan Meal Planner – plan out your iftars, suhoors and dinners for the entire month 

– A Good Deed List – an assortment of easy to do good deeds during the month and 

-General duas – a short compilation of some duas pertaining to the month of Ramadan.

I’m really looking forward to using the planner before and during Ramadan inshaAllah, a step I hope, towards a super productive Ramadan. Click HERE to get your Ramadan 2015 Planner.

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  1. Alsalam Alykum,
    I fell in love with your planner.. it is exactly what I was looking for, but the link is not working :( . I hope you can fix the link so I can use it for Ramada..

    Thank you sister for all your efforts, and may Allah grants you with all good deeds

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