Valuing privacy doesn’t have to come at such a high cost.
I feel I can tell you guys this – I haven’t been in the mood to write. Not at all. But deadlines come regardless of my desire to create, and so Tuesday night found me sitting at my computer, trying to come up with something hopefully remotely meaningful and not too disjointed. It turned out… Continue reading It’s Winter, It’s Dark, Don’t Despair
One of the things that I most love about writing for Hevria is the way I am encouraged to constantly push my boundaries, to be more vulnerable, to reach deep within myself and be honest about the complicated emotions that are going on in there. My baseline writing has evolved to become deeper because of… Continue reading Do You Ever Regret Being Religious?
Sometimes we can’t really change until we accept who we are
A life of self-promotion is exhausting!
An acquaintance recently asked me if I’m still blogging. I responded with, “yes? kind of?” because while I have been writing, sure, thankfully, wonderfully, I have completely neglected my little beloved blog here. I had a post up on Kveller last month (did I ever link to it? I don’t know. Here it is. It’s about… Continue reading What Should I Cook For Rosh Hashanah?
When Rivka Malka Perlman asked if I would help spread the word about the upcoming Redemption Retreat, I was all for it. I didn’t know that much about the retreat, but on the surface it seemed like a very nice thing. Well, just watching this five-minute video by Rivka Malka as she gives some background to… Continue reading Need To Recharge? Go To The Redemption Retreat!
I had the great pleasure of catching up with an old friend the other day. It’s been years since we’ve spoken, but, like it goes with people you feel connected to, our phone call felt as comfortable as if we’d never lost touch. This friend is an intelligent, kind, warm woman with an infectious optimism and… Continue reading Chazkeinu – Group Support For Jewish Mental Health
Is anyone else traumatized by the burgeoning Back-To-School section in Target? My kids’ school doesn’t begin until September 1st (I think), so the mere existence of those markers and backpacks and glue sticks is a real summer buzzkill for me. I guess I could look at it positively and be grateful that we have a… Continue reading How is Summer Almost Over Already?
A couple weeks ago we went on an epic road trip. To be fair, most of our road trips could qualify as epic because they are usually more than ten hours and there are little kids involved and a whole lot of planning. But this one was a little more epic than usual. First off,… Continue reading Summer Road Trip and a Miracle at Home!