On Topic
How to outsmart illogical thinking

By Lea Pavel

Family First Feature
It’s called “the silent killer.” How I discovered my high blood pressure — and how I got it under control

By Beth Perkel

But when I looked into the backyard I saw a vision of green pastures filled with children playing with animals. That was the beginning of Sweet Dream Farm

By Elisheva Appel

I wasn’t sure how my appearance would go over with the old crowd. I was certain that my new style would trigger confrontational questions, maybe even mockery

By Yehudit Garmaise

“He got all excited when I told him about you. He had this wild brainstorm, to chronicle your journey, as a kallah getting her gown sewn at our boutique”

By Esty Heller

The bell jangled and Laya straightened, then slumped back down when she saw who it was

By Bracha Stein

From that moment on, every meal, and I mean every meal, was punctuated by passionate singing of the “Rebbetzin song”

By Naama Klein

The Eibeshter revels (kiveyachol) in every Yid’s mitzvos

By Faigy Peritzman

I never dreamed that for me, a frum woman, working on Shabbos and Yom Tov would become a real issue as well — in 2019

By C. Saphir

The American withdrawal has two implications for Israel: one general and long-term; the other immediate

By Yonoson Rosenblum

Risk Factor
It looks scary when they scream and fight back. But they’re just little kids in adult bodies, alone and scared

By Rabbi Yossi Bensoussan

Jolly Solly
“Now I need to find the thieves,” said Jolly Solly. He looked quite unlike his usual jolly self

By R. Atkins

50 Reasons
Being encouraged by your teacher to talk to your friend during class? That totally deserves to be on my list of awesome things about making aliyah!

By Ariella Stern

Mastery of self is one of life’s greatest accomplishments

By Rebbetzin Aviva Feiner