Family First Feature
If we can move beyond the pain of regret and channel remorse properly, it can become a transformative experience

By Bluma Gordon

Diary Serial
“Shoshie,” I said, “imagine what such a lack of empathy looks like in a marriage. It’s very, very lonely, frustrating, and sad”

By Shani Leiman

Family Tempo
Was I doomed to repeat my mistakes forever?

By Gila Arnold

Behind the Book
A sequel to the classic memoir, The Scent of Snowflowers 

By Riki Goldstein

Windows
This earnest student was getting more than he had bargained for

By Zelda Goldfield

Rocking Horse
“There are many things we don’t remember, but that doesn’t mean they aren’t inside us”

By Leah Gebber

Outside Chance
"Coming to Yom Kippur through yirah is like a mafia sit down with an IRS auditor"

By Esther Kurtz

LifeTakes
I made a decision. I formally informed G-d that He was officially in charge of the bear (as if He didn’t know that)

By Lili Bernstein Goralnick

Feature Articles
Entrepreneurs share their secrets for thriving through COVID-19

By Yael Schuster

Family Room
There’s an art in pulling a room together, in weaving elements that feel cohesive yet unexpected.

By Ashley Montgomery

Family Room
Hone your scheme using seasons as the teacher

By Sheva Tennenhaus

Family Room
Our choices can reflect our personalities: if you’re a vibrant and eclectic person, you may choose to go bold, whereas if you have a more subdued personality, you may want neutral ...

By Shana Horn-Steele

EndNote
"We were up against the clock with a self-imposed deadline so we didn’t overthink — and we discovered that our creativity emerged under pressure”

By Riki Goldstein

I dare me
I might save a few dollars by checking two stores to see who has a better Kipling sale, but at what expense?

By Elisheva Appel