Coaching FAQ

1. What is Muslimommy coaching?

It is mentoring support for sisters who are struggling in their day-to-day trials and challenges of motherhood, homeschooling, parenting, self-care, and decluttering.

2. Who offers the mentoring?

Zakkiya – Founder and author of Muslimommy. Mom of six, educator, writer, professional organizer, homeschool veteran. Read more about me on the ABOUT PAGE

3. On what premise is coaching support offered?

I hold a Bachelors with majors in Psychology, Sociology and Information Science, a diploma in Interior Decorating, and currently, study courses on Islam. I have over 15 years of parenting experience, over 7 years of homeschool experience, and have been supporting mothers through my website since 2011. I use my knowledge and tried and tested methods to offer support with your difficulty in an empathetic, non-judgmental, and discrete way, within the guidelines of Islam.

4. Why is there a charge for coaching support?

Mentoring is a profession that is time-consuming to offer for free to many sisters across the world. However, my coaching service is priced low to ensure that many moms can afford it. A 60-minute session offers the best deal as you get a free planner too! When you consider these sessions as a need and a priority for yourself, it will be much easier to budget for it. This is the #1 rule of self-care – getting help when you need it!

5. How much does a coaching session cost?

The coaching support costs $25 for a 30-minute session, and $50 for a 60-minute session and a free planner of your choice!

6. What if the mentoring support was not to my satisfaction?

I try my utmost to help you with a particular need in one session. However, there are many factors that come into play with problems. Your struggle may be part of a bigger issue. In this case, you may need additional coaching, and I would offer a reduced package for more sessions.

7. How do I book a coaching support session?

Easy! Choose the 30 or 60-minute session, fill out the form, submit payment, receive confirmation and instructions within 24 hours, then enjoy the support.

8. How does a coaching session start?

You are invited to connect via your preferred method of communication.

  • Receiving a call via landline or cell phone anywhere in the US.
  • Receiving a call via Skype, or Hangouts worldwide.

You can stay in your PJs if you wish :). During your support session, I  will ask you a series of questions to understand your problem. You will be advised on the best methods to implement and solve your problem. We will brainstorm together until you feel motivated to apply what you have learned.

9. What are the requirements?

You need to have a phone or a computer.

10. What happens if I change my mind after payment?

No problem, you can cancel your coaching session 48 hours ahead of your appointment date with no penalty.

11. What happens if I do not show for my appointment?

You will be charged 50% of the session for no-shows or if you cancel after 48 hours. Much time and preparation are set aside for your coaching session, so please understand the inconvenience caused.

12. Why does Muslimommy offer coaching support?

I get emails regularly from readers asking for advice and help. There is especially a shortage for Muslim moms. I offer this mentoring to mothers who feel lost, hopeless, overwhelmed and in need of good advice and support for motherhood, homeschool and running a home. When I used to struggle as a mom, I wished I had this option.

“I had to learn the hard way throughout my parenting, homeschool and blogging journey, and especially taking time for myself as a woman. I did not live near my parents or any family, nor have friends around who were going through anything similar as me. This lack of support made my struggles seem tougher, and my difficulties went on longer than it would have if I had valuable advice from someone experienced. I had to learn from trial and error, but it is better and much easier to avoid the problems before they begin. This is why I  offer this support to sisters around the world who struggle with their challenges of motherhood, homeschool, and self-care.” -Sr. Zakkiya