Alhamdulillah. Ramadan is a blessed guest that comes once a year.

In this beautiful month, we Muslims are encouraged to increase our worship
and to be more charitable.

It’s a month filled with barakah, where your deeds are multiplied.
And your sins will be forgiven if you are sincere.

When we abstain from food and drink, it’s a reminder to be mindful of those around us who are less fortunate.

We also have to watch our words and temper. Ramadan helps us to develop our better self.

So don’t be surprise some of our best practices in Ramadan are also useful principles in managing your personal finances.

I termed the concept with the acronym R.A.M.A.D.A.N. so that it is easier to remember.

Reflect

Ramadan is a time of reflection.

It is a time for introspection.

It is a time where we should take stock of ourselves.

And have an honest assessment of …