Family First Feature
His Will was her sole focus. Remembering Rebbetzin Chaitchi Knopfler

By Riki Goldstein

Family First Feature
One woman’s story and practical advice on how to backup your computer and avoid the anguish

By P. Diamond

Family First Feature
Insightful women over 65 share their reflections on aging gracefully — and how to find happiness at all ages and stages

By Riki Goldstein

Friendship Fix
"She doesn’t have internet, so she comes to your ‘treif’ house to use yours?"

By Shoshana Itzkowitz

Family Diary
When increased compensation is offered, it usually means there’s complexity involved; it may indicate desperation

By Shani Leiman

I should have hung up just then — I knew it was wrong — but something made me continue listening

By Russy Tendler

I could handle comments that lacked tact, brains, or both. This I couldn’t

By Devora Kaufman

Family Tempo
I’d cry at night thinking myself too damaged to create the kind of loving stable home I wanted for my children

By Yocheved Zerfman

I serve a variety of salads with vibrant-colored techinah: ‎golden techinah made with turmeric, pink techinah made with beets, and green techinah made ‎with fresh parsley or mint

By Shevy Shanik

My grandmother was firm. “They’re for you. We always wanted you to have them”

By Chana Goodman

From My Table

By Chanie Nayman

Step It Up
Maybe my lists — both physical and mental — were actually making me more anxious?

By Mindel Kassorla

No Food Left Behind

By Beth Warren

Magazine Feature
In the heart of Tel Aviv, Rav Mordechai Auerbach leads a community of baalei teshuvah out of a chassidic shul

By Yisrael A. Groweiss