You all know that I love my bullet journal and all the potential lists I can create within those sweet, blank pages. As I was brainstorming new ways to maximize my efficiency and squeeze the absolutely most out of life, it occurred to me that my next birthday is a big one, and thus, perfect… Continue reading Bucket Lists and Pipe Dreams
Thanks everyone who commented on last week’s post. I’m going to give EVERYONE who commented a magnet. Send your addresses on over to me so I can send out of those cute little magnets! And have a great week!
I love round-ups and… I also really don’t love them. I’ve been included in them, which feels great! Who doesn’t love to be noticed? But I’ve also been excluded from others, and that hurts. It feels the opposite of great. And I know that in making this list, I am leaving out awesome amazing women… Continue reading Eleven Jewish Women You Should Follow
I enjoy memoirs. I like feeling like I’m getting a peek into someone else’s real life experiences. Typically, I most enjoy memoirs that are written by people from a drastically different part of the world, i.e., Iran, Nigeria, somewhere I’ve never bene and whose culture is wholly different than the one in which I grew… Continue reading Potential Titles For My Imaginary Memoir
I have entered the stage of being drunk without having consumed any alcohol. It’s been a month since I’ve gotten more than three hours of consecutive sleep, and I am feeling decidedly loopy. There’s a counterintuitive sharpness of mind that I get when I’m not getting enough sleep. It’s like I’m extra perceptive and witty… Continue reading How To Survive Baby-Induced Sleep Deprivation
Not me! You might think I have energy because I keep posting events that I’m involved with or articles I’ve written, but I’m telling you that it is a facade! I’m really just napping most of the time. The frigid winter temperatures preclude any outdoor walking, my stalwart dedication to avoiding my elliptical and exercise… Continue reading Who Has Energy?
I’ve had the opportunity over the past couple years to tell my life story to a number of different audiences. It’s been a surreal experience, a privilege that I still don’t quite feel I deserve, but, hey, it keeps happening so I am going with it. Something that I noticed over the course of converting… Continue reading How We Change The Narrative
Specifically, this year. Here are some highlights of 2018, one post per month: January At the beginning of the year, I was still dealing with a very, very difficult interpersonal relationship, which led me to write this post for Hevria, hoping that as time marched on, I would find better coping mechanisms and the difficult would… Continue reading What’s In A Year?
Follow my blog with Bloglovin Today is the last day of Chanukah vacation and I am attempting to type this blog post as my four-year-old is attempting to play a game of keep away/knock over my coffee/get my undivided attention/fight with his siblings. Yes, he is doing all that at once. He is a very… Continue reading BuJo Year End Update
One of the challenges of having regular deadlines is, well, meeting them. Coming up with ideas that are satisfying, that I think people might (maybe? hopefully?) like or relate to. Some weeks it’s so clear. Other weeks it’s really not. Some weeks the pieces come out right away. Other weeks I have to struggle to… Continue reading Cold Weather Creativity