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If you do live here, you know what it means to choose to believe in the decency — or at least the pragmatism — of most of our neighbors
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How hard must we work to safeguard our reputation on channels beyond our comfort zones as frum Jews?
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“Write a sample journal entry and show it to your kids, so they know what the goal is”
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"She needs to be able to understand age-appropriate books, but she isn’t yet fluent enough to read them”
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And then they found it — the last flask, the small bottle that would enable them to start anew. 12 writers share the last flask that lit up their own lives rattle of hope
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No Food Left Behind
The trick to a crispy carb-less crust is in the technique
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Try these Zucchini Almond Cookies for a fun breakfast or snack
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Tefillos that hadn’t been answered in the way I’d wanted left me scared to try again
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That clock was robbing me of my sleep
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Hi, here’s my situation: My downstairs area is divided into three: 1) my husband’s home office (he’s a computer technician); 2) a multipurpose room that has served as a playroom, older child’s bedroom, and sometimes guest room; and 3) a shared bathroom. I’d like to transform the multipurpose room into an office for me and

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My husband is not the easiest person to buy gifts for. He’s just not really into “things.” I’ve gone down the road of experiences: trips, mini trips, food experiences — they’re nice. I recommend them. But really, he’s simply not interested in things. He’d prefer to read about the hike-that-ends-with-your-favorite-meal than experience it. About nine

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Photography by Rachel Fellig Plenty of empty wall space, yet not enough confidence to fill it? Take a deep breath! You’re more than halfway there. Read on to learn how you can keep it simple and still design a gallery of family photographs to rival even the best interior decorator’s. Choosing Photos Pick photos that

By Rachel Fellig

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Text and Paintings by Libby Klein Photography by Avi Gass Art takes up a lot of real estate in my mind and heart, and I’m very excited to share my world with you in this article. My perspective on art sits beyond the canvas you see: to me, it speaks where words are unable to

By Libby Klein

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No room is truly complete without artwork to punctuate the space, and there are plenty of unique options to add color to any room of your house. I gravitate towards playful yet impactful pieces, like this fun popsicle piece (which is actually 3D!), because art should have the capacity to bring joy and humor to

By Rachel Jacobs

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When going to a big-box store and looking to purchase art, it can be hard to know what’s worth bringing home and what’s best leaving in the store. To eliminate some of that overwhelm, Chanie and I met virtually at HomeGoods. She presented me with different options of art, and we discussed why the item

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