Marriage

5 ways to tell your husband that you love ‘im

 Hi!  Welcome to Life in the Married Lane!  If you’re new here, you may want to subscribe to my RSS feed.  Thanks for visiting, and enjoy your stay! Okay, so I don’t really celebrate Valentine’s day (something about holidays that start with the word “Saint” and that it’s not so easy to find kosher V-day… Continue reading 5 ways to tell your husband that you love ‘im

Perspectives of Marriage

Home is where we are

Shoshana Rubli is a wife, first-time mommy, voice/dance teacher, performer, and part-time blogger at We Will Be Like Dreamers. Originally from NJ, she now resides in Jerusalem- where she and Rivki were roommates in seminary. She is happy to be sharing ‘space’ with her again! We moved this week. We found an apartment on Erev… Continue reading Home is where we are

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Judaism, Feminism, and Marriage

 Hi!  Welcome to Life in the Married Lane!  If you’re new here, you may want to subscribe to my RSS feed.  Thanks for visiting, and enjoy your stay! Katie Harris, a Cleveland native, is a freelance writer and author of the blog Midwest Mama in Israel where she discusses cooking, religion, and modern motherhood. She… Continue reading Judaism, Feminism, and Marriage

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Marriage isn’t Perfect

Tammy Jutan, born and bred in Johannesburg, South Africa, aged 26, is wife to Doron and mother to Daniel Yaakov (and one in the oven).  She can occasionally be found blogging at http://apinchofgratitude.blogspot.com/ Before I was married, I believed that marriage was perfect. Seriously. I thought that if you met someone with common goals, who… Continue reading Marriage isn’t Perfect

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Discovering my BFF

Here it is!  The first post in the Perspectives of Marriage series.  Enjoy! Juliya Sheynman is a marketing professional with most of her experience working with Jewish non-profits. A first time Mama – constantly Googling everything from weight average for infants to croupy coughs and colored poopies – she now shares her Mamale questions, dilemmas… Continue reading Discovering my BFF

Torah Tuesdays

Torah Tuesdays: Say it with a smile

Not this past Shabbos, but the one before that, I was reading something by Rabbi Paysach Krohn in Zman magazine.  Part of it was about marriage, and one piece of advice he gave was this: Greet your spouse with a smile as soon as he walks through the door. Don’t: start off with kvetching, shove… Continue reading Torah Tuesdays: Say it with a smile

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Perspectives of Marriage Series

As you probably know by now (and are probably tired of hearing about), my life is about to get even more hectic than it already is.  Since I don’t anticipate being able to post as frequently as usual until this concert is over, I had intended to simply bring back some of my older posts… Continue reading Perspectives of Marriage Series

Marriage

What’s Your Take Results: How often do you “date” your spouse?

The results are in for this month’s poll!  There was a much better turnout this time than last, so that was exciting (hey, it’s the little things). I’ve heard many times that it’s important to date your spouse after marriage, you know, to nurture the relationship, to continue to relate to your spouse on an… Continue reading What’s Your Take Results: How often do you “date” your spouse?

Motherhood

You’re really a housewife, aren’tcha?

After Shabbos, I had the opportunity to speak with my “Aunt” Ruth (she’s really my mom’s aunt, which makes her, what, my great-aunt?  I don’t know.  We just call her Aunt Ruth).  It was just a quick on-and-off conversation, you know, some how-are-you-doings and how’s-the-weathers.  In between the requisite niceties, she mentioned that my mom… Continue reading You’re really a housewife, aren’tcha?