Editors Note
It can feel discouraging when you only look at where they are now; it’s easy to think, “Oh, I’ll never get there.”

By Alex Abel

2.0
Halacha hones in on the drone

By Rabbi Efrem Goldberg

2.0 Feature
There is no right way to be a woman, nor a right way to be an entrepreneur. It’s up to the way you define [success] for yourself.

By Lauren Seidman

2.0 Feature
It’s not easy to do what I do, but if you incorporate emunah, it’s life changing.

By Alex Abel

I read it for you
Each morning, Mr. Market knocks on the door and offers his stock at a different price.

By Dovid Bashevkin

What You Need to Know
“What good is it having a belly if there’s no fire in it? Wake up, drink your passion, light a match, and get to work,”

By Jacob M. Engel

Big Questions
If Hollywood can tease a two-hour film in 30 seconds, you can tease a 45-minute meeting.”

By Jordan Odinsky

2.0 Feature
I actually think it’s going to get worse. This is the new normal, and I think that you need to educate yourselves

By Michal Frischman

Recipes
The tropical blend of flavors in this delicious dish takes salmon to a whole new level! And when paired with the heavenly grilled pineapple, it feels as if you’re eating des ...

By Chavi Feldman

Recipes
What a powerful flavor combo! Here’s a grilled chicken dish that’s not your typical one and marvelously moist and tasty — it’s a notch up and a great change of pace. 

By Faigy Grossman

2.0 Feature
When someone gives advice — on anything of importance — ask yourself: Who do they answer to? And what do they have to lose?

By Shoshana Segal

DMCs
If they get scared or if someone bothers them, they can’t yell out or complain or say what they want. But enough about what they can’t do

By Leah Greenburg

Family First Feature
Some mothers simply don’t feel maternal in the way society expects them to, and often feel like there's something wrong with them. Can motherhood be expressed in different ways?

By Elisheva Appel and Miriam Kosman

Yardsticks
Friedman — another Friedman. One out of ten gowns I sewed was for a Friedman

By Esty Heller