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  • Your Work, Fasting, and Ibadah Routine

    What is your working and fasting, and Ibadah routine going to be like this month?

    I think mine will be something like this:

    10am-6: Work
    7-8: Qur'an
    8-8:30: Asr
    Iftar: Maghrib and eat
    11-12:30: Tarawih
    12:30-3: Undecided! Sleep or Ibadah, or Ummah forums :scratch:
    Suhoor
    4-9: Sleep

    5 hours of sleep a day is manageable i think.

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    Re: Your Work, Fasting, and Ibadah Routine

    ummah forums? :shock: ahaha may Allah put barakah in your time.. I think 5 hours sleep is good as well.
    الحق لا يعرف بالرجال، اعرف الحق تعرف رجاله

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      Re: Your Work, Fasting, and Ibadah Routine

      short naps or when I used to work ridiculous hours I mean longer hours, I would catch up on my sleep at the weekend

      Also, do a bit of walking too, to get exercise
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      • #4
        Re: Your Work, Fasting, and Ibadah Routine

        What about Qiyamul Lail! Such a virtuous nawafil prayer should not be missed when you have to get up for suhoor anyway :D

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          Re: Your Work, Fasting, and Ibadah Routine

          Originally posted by whisperofimaan View Post
          ummah forums? :shock: ahaha may Allah put barakah in your time.. I think 5 hours sleep is good as well.
          lol, it was a joke! I intend to be away from here most of the time during the month.

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          • #6
            Re: Your Work, Fasting, and Ibadah Routine

            7-3 work
            4-9 kids, prayers
            9-10- ifthar, pray, dinner
            1050 isha-
            11- bed

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            • #7
              Re: Your Work, Fasting, and Ibadah Routine

              Originally posted by deeny View Post
              7-3 work
              4-9 kids, prayers
              9-10- ifthar, pray, dinner
              1050 isha-
              11- bed
              Do you get up for Suhoor and Fajr brother/sister?

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                Re: Your Work, Fasting, and Ibadah Routine

                I am very impress that most people have 8hr assigned to work, including lunch/break. I must be really slow cuz I can never seem to be out exactly after 8hrs.

                I have 2 plans, I am trying to see which one is better. Will start my schedule from magrib:

                Plan 1, I followed today:
                9-10pm magrib/ifthar/clean up
                10:30pm -1:00am Asha/Tarawee/snack
                1-3:30 am - sleep (2.5hr)
                4-5am - sehri/clean up/namaz/very short quran read
                5-7am - sleep (2hr)
                8-5 work/zuhar namaz at work
                6-7:30 sleep again (1.5hr)/asar
                8-9 prepare ifthar

                Total sleep 6hr but in 3 segments and cut down on quran time on weekdays. I hard hard time today because i kept walking up thinking i must have missed my alarm. Need to relax while sleeping

                Plan 2, will follow tomorrow
                9-10 Magrib/ifthar
                10:30-1am Asha
                1-3:30 - ibadath/workout dvd/shower/study
                4-5 sehri/fajar
                6-3 work/zuhar
                4-8 sleep (4hr)
                wake up n do asar and prepare for magrib.

                Total 4hr sleep at one go and do extra work

                Not sure which is better

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                • #9
                  Re: Your Work, Fasting, and Ibadah Routine

                  i've taken all of next week off from work to adjust only mainly because i'm a weakling. also i get headaches the first day or so, and being lazy too.

                  however, i read somewhere regarding how to break up the amount of reading the Quran to finish isA. so i'm going to read at least 4 pages of Quran before or after every prayer. i really enjoy going to the mosque for tarawee but because of work, and timing and helping for sheri and iftar, i might not go every night and pray one, but i will definitely try to go, because it's really nice. naturally doing zikr during the day too. this is one of those moments you think more of your loved ones who are not around you and of course doing dua for them too.
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