It seems so retro, such a throwback, and a little, I don’t know, something I don’t always want to own, but, guys, I really do like being a homemaker. I’ll own that. I like it. I get pleasure from it. And I talk about that, plus how I balance my creative drive while also striving… Continue reading Being Authentic and Loving My Housewife Life
I saw this graphic on Facebook today: I love this. I wholeheartedly agree with it. And I need to remind myself about it all the time. About a month ago, maybe more, my husband and I were discussing how I never practiced anymore. This is a problem because we both feel that if Hashem gives… Continue reading Should You Make Art?
Yesterday I saw an advertisement for a vacation to Tasmania. It extolled the beauty of the land’s rugged landscape as well as the friendliness and easygoing disposition of the local population. When I read about far-flung places, I image what it would take for us to go there. The logistics of traveling with four small… Continue reading Why I Love Restrictions
‘Tis the season for sheitel sales. I’m talking about the pre-Chanukah sale season, which is in full swing here. There were at least two in Baltimore yesterday, maybe more. As you may recall from my post on sheitels – they can be pricey. OOOEEE! Thankfully, it is not written in stone that one must pay… Continue reading Budgeting Priorities – Sheitel or School?
I’ve always enjoyed learning, When I was in seminary, I applied myself vigorously to my studies. I loved to learn in English, in Hebrew, on my own, with a partner, in class. Loved it. I wanted to keep it up forever. In my innocent, naive single way, I imagined that I would always be able… Continue reading Learn something Jewish – Win an Ipad
Ooo – my first Torah Tuesdays post since the move! I’m excited about this. Way back when, in the single-me days (okay, it really wasn’t that long ago), I was pretty great at davening twice a day. So great, in fact, that when I heard mommies of little kids comment on how they hadn’t davened… Continue reading Torah Tuesdays: Dusting off my Siddur
Some of you may be aware that I’m a fan of traditionalism in marriage, and that I can be a little old-fashioned at times. After reading my friend Chavi’s guest post, I realized that even though I do think that the traditional model has a lot of merit, I don’t fit quite so neatly into… Continue reading Redefining Homemaker