Lifestyle
The unspoken question practically shouts out loud: Is there another way?

By Yael Schuster

Lifestyle
“People have to learn to live within their means, I see people spend thousands and thousands of dollars. But the chasunah is only for seven or eight hours. And then what?”

By Yochonon Donn

Lifestyle
Wedding standards are rising. Today, many families are opting for packages that won’t wipe them out

By C.S. Teitelbaum

Lifestyle
Planning a chasunah should be done with a sense of gratitude, not a sense of entitlement.

By Mishpacha Contributors

Lifestyle
If you really want your simchah to stand out, make it personal: let it reflect your gratitude to Hashem and joy in the occasion.

By Yisroel Besser

Personal Accounts
In a special collection of memories, vacationers share their privileged glimpses of Torah giants in the relaxed summer settings of the mountains and seaside

By Mishpacha Contributors

Lifestyle
Is there a better way?

By Yisroel Besser

A Few Minutes With
“Making Israel a partisan issue is a mistake.” House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer on why the Squad don’t represent most Democrats

By Omri Nahmias

Recipes
Coffee plus peanut butter. A match made is dessert heaven

By Chani Nayman

Recipes
This delicious, atypical salad will always get a beautiful, chic result without even trying.

By Chani Nayman

Recipes
This is an easy extra protein dish to complement a meal, perfect for when you’re just not sure if you have enough food.

By Michal Frischman

Recipes
This combo will be your new favorite. It feels like a step up from weekday green beans — tip, make double! 

By Chani Nayman

EndNote
The first real camp song I heard

By Riki Goldstein

Recipes
It doesn’t taste like spaghetti, but it has delicious flavor, and it’s guilt-free!

By Michal Frischman