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Chanie Nayman
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Chanie Nayman
Bedrock of Belief
We are in the world of planting, but the time to reap will come
Mrs. Shani Mendlowitz
Bedrock of Belief
What do you really yearn for?
Mrs. Shani Mendlowitz
It's a Draw
What, this is where the day ends? Stupid planner. Where are the hours of the actual day?
Esty Heller
Make It Work
Meet five women who’ve found careers that keep them on their feet and in action
Miriam Milstein
Make It Work
Four women who got their dream career down to a science
Miriam Milstein
Every Song Has Its Story
Do we ever think much about, or even know, what motivated our favorite song?
Riki Goldstein
Every Song Has Its Story
“In place of a sefer Torah,” he told the group, “let us carry this child, who represents the future of the Jewish people”
Riki Goldstein
Yiddishe Gelt
How much will that first haircut trim down your budget?
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Yiddishe Gelt
New clothes before every Yom Tov?
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I made these brownies with my kids one Sunday, and we thought other peanut butter/chocolate lovers out there should have a taste.

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Is planning mishloach manos in October any different from shopping for kids’ clothes for Pesach (er, Shavuos, rather) in January?

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I used a mountain of assorted chocolate bars to decorate the entire exterior of a birthday cake for a chocolate lover, and I highly recommend it!

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I can’t say I make this recipe often, but I usually remember to dust it off once or twice a winter. Whenever I do, it’s like an “Oh, right!” moment, and it always delivers.

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Some nights feel like a game of “How many ways can we shake up chicken and broccoli and still create new permutations?”

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