Jr. Tales
I really did not feel bad waking her. But the rest of the bunk was mad at me, too
Aidel Loeb
Jr. Tales
My brothers had great self-esteem, while I was always struggling to find a reason to feel good about myself
Y. Bromberg
En Route
The universal motivators of sin all center on the self
Mrs. Shani Mendlowitz
Day in the Life
Rabbi Yosef Bendrihem is the director of Camp Yedidim in Brooklyn, New York
Rachel Bachrach
Day in the Life
Elchonon Majeski is the man behind Kolainu Choir. He’s based in Waterbury, Connecticut
Rachel Bachrach
F is for Friendship
“But, but….” I sounded like the sputtering last cup of soda in a slush machine. “That doesn’t make any sense,” I finally said
Ruchama Schnaidman
F is for Friendship
Tzivi wasn’t the writer, I thought. I glanced around the classroom. That left twenty-two other girls. Well, twenty-one because it wasn’t Penina
Ruchama Schnaidman
Full ‘n Free
Jewish traveling is inexplicably linked with food preparation. You can always tell who’s part of the tribe.
Rorie Weisberg
Full ‘n Free
 Taking better care of ourselves doesn’t mean avoiding enjoyable pastimes and food experiences.
Rorie Weisberg
More I dare me
I dare me

Some of my kids have personalities that “get” me; others don’t. It’s the personalities that rub me the wrong way that lead to explosions

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I dare me

My days are a whirlwind of drop-offs, pickups, housework, and errands. And, oh yeah, supporting my family. And with all that, there’s never enough money

By Elisheva Appel

I dare me

Here, we unload your home, step by step, and zone in on your goals, so you’ll discover how you can smoothly downsize

By Elisheva Appel

I dare me

He bought me flowers and I made his favorite foods, but the warmth wasn’t there. We were just going through the motions

By Elisheva Appel

I dare me

I grab my phone to open Evernote, but I decide against that; a cheshbon hanefesh needs good, old-fashioned pen and paper: tangible and indelible

By Elisheva Appel

I dare me

To get my feet wet, I decide to leave the largest donors for the end and start with the low-hanging fruit, like my grandmother

By Elisheva Appel