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The renewal of Rosh Hashanah has given way to the cleansing of Yom Kippur. Do you feel like a new person? What do you want to do differently this year? Entrepreneur and writer Andrea Simantov fleshes out the riddle as to whether we must be a superhero in order to do heroic things in life. Professional Organizer Nahva Follman checks in with amazing tips on how we can realistically achieve those New Year’s resolutions we took on.

Heather rounds out this week’s show by preparing for the next Jewish Holiday on the calendar: Succot! While many of us are building a succah, hanging electric lights below the succah’s thatched roof, and cooking up festive hot meals to be served in the confines of the succah, we must exercise caution always. Heather’s guest Chaya Malka Abramson shares a wealth of fire-prevention tips, and advice about how to heal from burns and other heat-related emergencies. This is info that’s good to know, that hopefully we will never need to implement!


Contact Info to reach Heather’s guests on this week’s show:

Andrea Simantov via email:

Nahva Follman through her website:

Chaya Malka Abramson through her website:

DISCLAIMER: The information on the Chaya Malka Burn Foundation website is for educational purposes only. It is not medical advice and is not intended to replace the advice or attention of a personal physician or other health care professional. The information is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease, and is only for educational purposes.

Conversations with Heroes 11Oct2016 – PODCAST


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