Mesorah (Jewish stuff)

Using Social Media in a positive way, part three

Okay, so we’ve talked about how to use the internet for good, and when to use the internet.  Now it’s time to think about what to share online. What we share online can have a large impact on one’s life.  It’s well known that your online presence can be a factor in gaining employment, and… Continue reading Using Social Media in a positive way, part three

guest post · Parenting

OMG I’m on KOAB!

I am over the moon to have a guest post today on Kosher on a  Budget, which is one of my absolute favorite blogs.  Ever. Really, if you haven’t clicked on one of those links yet, do it now!  There are loads of great posts about saving money, budgeting, a coupon database, links to sales,… Continue reading OMG I’m on KOAB!

Parenting

Having a toddler means being crazy flexible

No, I don’t mean doing backbends or advanced yoga.  Toddler flexibility means going with the flow.  Nap or no nap?  Are bananas on today’s food blacklist, or will they be accepted?  How many times can I sing the same song without going a little cuckoo? I still hold by the importance of scheduling, and we… Continue reading Having a toddler means being crazy flexible

guest post · Parenting

First post on LadyMama

LadyMama is a fantastic site to surf.  Full of fun, informative articles,  polls and opportunities to contribute your thoughts and opinions, it’s worthy of your limited internet time.  In the words of the site itself,  LadyMama is a dream space for the yiddishe mama in every trendy lady to learn, share and connect. After I visited… Continue reading First post on LadyMama

Torah Tuesdays

Torah Tuesdays – Be Present

Welcome back to Torah Tuesdays!  Here is installment #2: This time of year, between Pesach and Rosh Hashanah, it’s customary to read one chapter of Pirkei Avos each Shabboszt”l) developed an excellent class series on these ways, which he called the 48 Ways to Wisdom. Today’s blog is taken from the first way, as seen… Continue reading Torah Tuesdays – Be Present