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Raising a Rothschild

Shira Yehudit Djlilmand

Sefiras haOmer has settled in, and the counting process lends a purposeful tempo to the week. Small numbers give way to larger figures as our anticipation mounts. Yet the themes of counting, saving, and increasing value aren’t unique to sefirah; they’re the cornerstones of money management throughout the year. What’s the best way to convey these skills to our children?

 

Made to Measure

Sara Shamansky

I was wasting my time on understanding and appreciating the boys I was dating, instead of finding the right guy for me, according to my criteria.

 

The New Kids on the Block

Malki Lowinger

The older we get the more comfortable we are in familiar surroundings. So why would a middle-aged couple pick up and leave their home, friends, shul, and corner grocery? And what’s it’s like once they settle into new homes?

 
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