• Do Taubah, be it salah, thikr, read Quran etc.
  • After Fajr, sit in your spot and don’t talk to anyone and just do thikr/read Quran. Then after sunrise, do salatul Ishraaq. Outside of Ramadan, the reward is as much as an accepted hajj and umrah (and more). So in Ramadan, that is quantified even more.
  • Do Salatul Tahajud etc. as much as possible.
  • Throughout Ramadan (especially the last 10 nights because they are about protection from the hell fire) make as much duaa as you humanly can. Especially ‘Allah Huma Ajirni Min An-naar.”
  • Before iftar, spend couple minutes making duaa. Specifically for forgiveness, your family, mankind, the environment, the world condition, closeness to Allah, etc.
  • Read Quran. Keep reading until you get tired. Rest then do fresh wudu and read some more. And then more (if you can)
  • Try to go to Taraweeh and even if you don’t pray all the rakahs, listen to the recitation of the Quran
  • When you wake up for Suhoor, do two rakahs so it counts as ibadah in the last 1/3 of the night.
  • Try to make or help make iftar. You will get the barakah of the people who fasted when they eat your food.
  • Make prayer on Rasulullah (saw) as much as possible. People often underrate this and need to understand that he is one of our connections to Allah swt.
  • Say Ayatul Qursi right after every fard prayer.
  • Smile at people.
  • Brush your teeth (with a miswak) before going to Taraweeh and after you eat Suhur. And before going to the masjid. It is sunnah.
  • Make spiritual goals to improve yourself as a human being. Ramadan isn’t about being a good Muslim for a month. It is a time to improve ourselves even more for the rest of our lives.
  • Don’t fight. Just don’t. Even if everyone is an idiot or someone in the masjid is insulting you. Suck it up. It isn’t worth wasting your valuable Ramadan time.
  • Get up for Suhoor and get the barakah for doing so. Even by drinking water during suhoor we receive barakah.
  • Help your mom with the dishes and household work.
  • Don’t get angry.
  • Be courteous. Be kind. Don’t backbite. Smile. Hold the door open for someone behind you coming into the masjid, Help pick up trash in the masjid. These simple deeds often feel unmarked, but they get you closer to Allah swt.
  • Call onto Allah for anything and everything.That’s all I have for this list, may Allah swt help us to apply these during the month of Ramadaan and during our everyday life inshallah.