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10 tips on being a positive person:

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Written by Sunday, 13 December 2015 13:25;

10 tips on being a positive person:

We all know life isn’t easy, but there is always something we can do to make it easier. It all comes down to changing your attitude. Being pessimistic can have a huge negative impact on your health and life. Negative thoughts bring on high blood pressure, anxiety, and depression.

         Instead you can choose to be positive, which in turn determines your mindset, which improves your health and energy.

 

Here at the New Hijab Headquarters, have made a list of 10 simple ways to help you be a more positive person!

What do you want your style to say about you?

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Written by Monday, 30 November 2015 12:42;

What do you want your style to say about you?

 

As women of this century, fashion is important to us for a variety of reasons. The old saying of “you can’t judge a book by its cover” is still true but we all know that first impressions are significant.

         A major reason for our love of fashion is for the element that it is a means to express ourselves, modestly of course!

So the big question!

What do you want your fashion style to say about you?

Hijab? Fashion?

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Written by Thursday, 26 November 2015 01:56;

Hijab? Fashion?!!! Really?!!!

The expression "hijab" truly implies a boundary, screen or a covering in Arabic dialect. The word was not being used amid the early times of Islam. The early-age Jurists of Islamic civilization utilized the word "satr" to denote the Islamic code of modest fashion that must be kept up by both; the unfamiliar man and lady. However, throughout the previous two centuries the word Hijab has ended up regular among the people and media. It is being utilized to portray the garments of Muslim ladies.

To cover or not to cover

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Written by Sunday, 22 November 2015 20:27;

To cover or not to cover

The eternal battle for women’s liberty

 

I live in an international university town. People from all races, religions, and different geographic locations all amalgamate here to gain the one thing common among all; knowledge. In front of knowledge, everyone is equal.

So now when I sit to write about this highly debatable topic of our generation Y, I wonder what the entire fuss is all about. Hijab or the act of covering the head has been practised since ages among people of different sectors of the society and with different religious beliefs. I have classmates who wear Hijab to class; they do not look any different to me than the ones without their heads covered. To be very honest, every girl in this world, at some point or the other has covered her head with a piece of cloth for some occasion.

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Many of us girls out there, all over the world, wear hijab, may it be for religious purposes or as a fashion statement. I always thought the way you wear your hijab is exactly that… the way YOU wear YOUR hijab. Using the same style that you always have done, over many years.

But over the past few months of working in the Islamic fashion industry, I became overwhelmed on just how many ways a girl can wear her hijab!

Before it was thought that certain countries had their own style, and if you would see a girl wearing her hijab a certain way,