“Everything has to come to an end, sometime.”-L. Frank Baum, “The Marvelous Land of Oz“
Hello all the people who have found their way here, whether you’re a long-time reader or a first-time browser, I’m happy you stumbled across this little corner of the internet that I call my own.
I started this blog a very long time ago, feels like a lifetime ago, actually. It’s hard to remember the young woman I was when I first started sharing these posts that, honestly, I didn’t expect anyone but friends and family to read.
What began as a way to stay in touch with people I loved who lived far away turned into a wonderful outlet for expression that led to other wonderful outlets for expression that I now have the privilege of devoting my attention to (and, more to the point, get paid for).
So while I love this little blog, I am no longer going to be updating it (something my long-time readers surely have already noticed).
If you want to check out what I’m doing now, you can follow me on Instagram or Twitter (and, to a lesser degree, Facebook) to see when I have a new article out in Family First (or anywhere else something I write gets published).
You can also subscribe to Deep Meaningful Conversations (formerly known as Normal Frum Women), the podcast powered by Meaningful Minute that I co-host with Alex Fleksher, where we explore the topics that impact the lives of frum women through conversations that include candid personal examples, interviews with frum women, input from experts in their field, and practical advice.
Here are some of my favorite posts:
Just a reminder that when you read a post on the blog, be sure to check the date. Some of my views have changed over the past decade (shocking, I know!), and while I love everything I’ve written here, I wouldn’t necessarily write it that way again, if you know what I mean.
It’s been so nice sharing this space with you, looking forward to our interactions in these new spaces. You can always still just email me, I love that too.