Here we are, on the other side of all those holidays. Whew! Anyone else feeling their head spinning? Just me? I don’t think it’s just me. It was, as usual, a rollicking, hectic, wonderful, uplifting, stressful, overwhelming, inspiring month. There were high highs and low lows and now we are back to our scheduled programming… Continue reading New (Jewish) Year, New You
It is that time of year again, time for the crunch of needing to prepare spiritually while having so much to do physically. It’s a common dilemma, especially for those of us who are in charge of cooking, baking, shopping and all the details of running a household. I’ve written about it for Jew In… Continue reading Quick Thoughts For Elul 5779
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
Like many people, I do so much better when there are tangible goals that I have written down and have some level of accountability to. It reminds me of the time that I was in Rabbi Nivin’s Chabura, I was wildly productive then. Also like many people, I often feel like I do not have… Continue reading What I Learned From A Month With My Bullet Journal
Well well well. The world didn’t end (shocker), but the (Gregorian) year is about to. In the spirit of reflection, I thought I would go back through the year and see what happened in my own little corner of the blogosphere. I kicked off the year with a discussion of how I cover my hair. Surprisingly, a… Continue reading Year in Review – 2012 in the Married Lane
I love getting cards in the mail. When I see an envelope addressed to me (and that it’s not a bill or donation request), I get really excited. In this day and age of quick results and instant gratification, there’s something touching about someone taking the time to pick out a card, write a thoughtful… Continue reading Rosh Hashanah Cards Giveaway!
I am a bit behind on preparations for Rosh Hashanah (understatement), and I’m sure everyone who is preparing is also quite busy, so thank you for stopping by! Above my kitchen sink is my “wall of inspiration.” It’s a collection of quotes and advice which I find helpful to meditate on while washing dishes, or… Continue reading Torah Tuesdays – It’s all good