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Chanie Nayman
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Chanie Nayman
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Chanie Nayman
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Chanie Nayman
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Chanie Nayman
Yiddishe Gelt
"I buy everything online. I don’t have time to go to stores"
Mishpacha Readers
Yiddishe Gelt
How much will that first haircut trim down your budget?
Mishpacha Readers
Inside Israel
Having suffered so many humiliating setbacks, Iran is now desperate for revenge against Israel
Eliezer Shulman
Inside Israel
Former Intel Chief Gen. Amos Yadlin on the endless rounds of Gaza conflict
Eliezer Shulman
Podcast: Ask Sarah Chana
LISTEN: How can we hold on to the positive aspects of the quarantine existence?
Sarah Chana Radcliffe
Podcast: Ask Sarah Chana
A mother asks Sarah Chana how to react when her defiant teen refuses to comply with the community lockdown.
Sarah Chana Radcliffe
Israel Election Special
Eight reflections in the aftermath of the third elections
Yossi Elituv
Israel Election Special
So, who won? Depends who you ask
Yisrael Yoskovitz
In the Shadow of Corona
“The birth was smooth, the babies are healthy. My mother wasn’t here, but she got me a neis”
Rivka Streicher
In the Shadow of Corona
Being brave can make a person break. Being real gives us the strength to carry on
Chassia Thau
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I keep thinking about the Sunday we changed the clock and lost an hour. I woke up to a silent house on Monday morning at 7:00, an hour that usually has a backdrop of a story CD playing in the den, nosh trading, and negotiations. That morning, it was silent. I wish I could’ve woken my

By Chanie Nayman

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I have a really pretty set of wine glasses in a soft, forest-colored glass that I picked up at the dollar store once. As I put 12 of them (too few, unfortunately) into my cart, I remember thinking, No one in this store realizes how pretty these are. I have a pang of regret every

By Chanie Nayman

From My Table

When we fill our minds and use our energy on other things, getting the exact shade of the season holds a lot less value. We simply don’t care as much, and it becomes almost inconsequential.

By Chanie Nayman

From My Table

A good friend of mine has been working on her parenting recently through classes and workshops. She’s experiencing tremendous growth, and I’m lucky enough to be on the receiving end of the wisdom she’s cultivated. Recently, we were talking about spending spurts of quality time with each child, and she mentioned that it’s better to

By Chanie Nayman

From My Table

Before we redesigned Family Table, I had a few rotating pieces that I wanted to include on this page each week. One piece was what I called “Overrated/Underrated,” where I’d spotlight a trend and evaluate if it had lasting power. There are plenty of food trends that are overrated, but I was more curious about

By Chanie Nayman

From My Table

It hit me when Esther sent me a picture of her table with all the to-do lists and checklists laid out one Erev Shabbos that our annual awaited mishloach manos supplement requires a similar level of detail to what’s involved in making a simchah. There’s endless errands and hours and hours of conversations figuring it

By Chanie Nayman