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How To Make A Bridal Shower

Of course, before you send out the invites, the bride must decide if she would like a registry or will be accepting whatever creative gifts the guests bring.

Making Short Work Of Your Laundry List

While some would argue that doing laundry every two or three days would streamline the job, barring any serious stains, I prefer to tackle the task just once a week.

Instant Countertop Cooking

For those of you who have never cooked in a pressure cooker, it helps to back up a little and understand why they work as well as they do.

Those Long Shabbos Afternoons

It’s interesting how small things change our perspective. Shabbos is always 25 hours, but with a longer afternoon, we call it a long Shabbos.

Be Pesach Perfect, From Start To Finish

Not that I am in any way trying to rush Pesach out the door, but once it is time to get back to reality, it makes sense to streamline the turnover as much as possible.

Cooking Pesach When You Don’t Want To

My husband enjoys cooking when he is home and my kids have been cooking and baking since the age of four.

Preparation: The Key To Surviving Seasonal Allergies

First and foremost, it is helpful to know what you are allergic to so that you can check the pollen counts daily and try to limit your outdoor activity on days that are going to be particularly bad.

How To Make A Collaborative Purim

I underestimated how eager my children would be to buy real costumes.

Hop On Board The AliExpress

Shopping on AliExpress requires some planning.

How to Stop Procrastinating

Make a list of all the things you must do today, number them in order of how much you detest them, and then do the first one on the list first.

Party, Party, Party!

Of course, before you even start the party, you will probably want to make sure that your house is guest-ready, which means tackling those unpleasant cleaning jobs that we all try our best to ignore.

How To Travel (Outside of Israel) Part II

American Jews have the impression that France, and Paris in particular, is a terribly dangerous place for Jews. However, to my pleasant surprise, I learnt that this was not the case.

How To Travel – Outside Of Israel

This is the very best time to plan a vacation.

Aging Gracefully, Yay Or Nay?

So, can you safely take expired medications and achieve the desired results?

The Lighter Side Of Weddings… And Yomim Tovim

Much has been written about how amazing it is to marry off a child, including articles by moi on the topic.

The High Holidays

When buying clothing for your children, make sure they want to wear those outfits, and it’s not just you who wants them to wear them.

How To Get Back Into School!

The best way to prepare your child for the best year possible is, of course, by preparing.

How To Make A Bar-B-Q

In my circles, manning the barbeque is traditionally a male job, but there is a lot more to a successful barbeque than dropping the meat onto the grill.

How To Run With Kids

I did not start my training with the idea that my children would join me.

French Fry Soup

Looking to be a little daring?

How To Plant Plants!

Plants calm you, help you concentrate, help you breathe better, they even help with the creative process.

Living With Celiac

Eating a gluten-free diet is so much easier today than it was even five years ago.

Gold In Your Closet?

A few weeks ago, one of my adorable daughters turned me on to an entirely new concept: selling the clothing I never wear online.

Marshmallows, Frogs And Bugs, Oh My!

Whether you decide to go formal and proper or playful and laid back, just remember that Pesach is all about transmitting a powerful legacy from one generation to the next.

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