I dare me
Since living with ADD has saddled me with a track record of not following through with commitments, I need to plan the logistics carefully

By Elisheva Appel

Family Tempo
I hate traveling and I hate talking about traveling and I hate thinking about traveling and therefore… Hashem made me a travel agent

By Perel Grossman

Yardsticks
“We’re not even talking to those people. They should go to cheap rentals or gemachs"

By Esty Heller

Center Stage
I think my exact reaction was, “Um… but I know absolutely nothing about making a movie!”

By Gila Arnold

Parshah
We do it simply because Hashem said so

By Faigy Peritzman

LifeTakes
While I felt bad about my burned cholent, I wasn’t worried. Somebody would have enough for us and our guests

By Libby Rubinstein

Profiles
Tzili Schneider wanted to bridge the chasm between chareidim and the irreligious. Her innovative program Is tearing down barriers and opening hearts

By Esther Ilana Rabi

Family Matters
If we’ve been fortunate enough to have been on the receiving end of kindness, we’ve got role models who have set the bar high

By Joan Zlotnick

EndNote
How do entertainers know they made the right choice?
EndNote
How do entertainers know they made the right choice?
Musings
Why do I fall apart each month, when I should be thrilled we still have a chance?

By Shevy Levine

Family Reflections
When life is a dark, sad place to be, something’s very wrong

By Sarah Chana Radcliffe

Counter Point
Miriam Kosman’s op-ed “Real Men Might Eat Quiche” has drawn sustained and significant feedback. Here is a sampling

By Mishpacha Readers

Feature Article
Ari & Ari relive the unjust jailing and dramatic homecoming of their Addis Ababa host

By Reuven Pride