Already a third of the way through the month SubhanAllah (glory be to God). It always goes so fast and it is a constant reminder to us of how quickly time goes.
I am trying to reevaluate and look at my productivity because Ramadan is the month of productivity. It shouldn’t be the time when life as we know it comes to a standstill. The way I see it it’s the month when we try our best to excell on our deen (religion), by means of prayer, giving in charity etc. It’s 30 day’s of practice for a real change in our lives when you can make a resolution to do something and actually do it.
Of course the main thing is that we keep going after the month is over. Allah says in Surahtul Baqarah: Allah intends for you ease and does not intend for you hardship and wants you to complete the period and glorify Allah for that which He has guided you and perhaps you will be grateful. Ramadan is a blessing and once it’s over we should continue to thank Allah for every blessing that we have in our lives.
The poster above has some tips on beating procrastination from Productive Muslim. If you feel that the excitement of Ramadan has waned and you want to avoid the Ramadan slump then try to implement these tips and there are many others to be found on the site inshaAllah.