I’m Celine, a 25-year-old Muslim woman navigating self-improvement, and I blog about it to inspire others to do the same.

Growing up as a Muslim woman, I was always told that I had to put others first and neglect my own needs, which ultimately led to a lot of unhappiness, self-criticism, and self-doubt.

It wasn’t until I started University that I could see that I could, infact, achieve anything I set my mind to because, after all, I did. It was possible for someone like me, who, despite constantly being told that the sooner I stuck to my reality “the better”, to be happy.

Self-improvement hasn’t come easy, especially when you’re reminded that because you’re a woman, you can’t and shouldn’t aspire to achieve any goals… and to be honest, I struggled for a long time until I started focusing on bettering myself.

After a few years, I can confidently say that I now believe that self-improvement is part of the key to living a meaningful life, and although I’m still learning and growing, I hope you’ll be inspired to do the same. If I can do it, so can you!