Natalie opens with her recent car trouble in Kiryat Arba, where she was saved from a potentially scary and dangerous situation; speaks with Moshe Dejman, recent oleh from Baltimore living in Beit Shemesh; and ends with Zezy Fuld who speaks about managing expectations in the aliyah process, especially with shipping....
Natalie discusses life after Sukkoth, and the zoom lessons her kids are doing instead of regular class in a school, and how it isn't all bad; Natalie speaks with Shawna Goodman, Chef Instructor in Renana from Montreal, David and Helaine Brenner of Efrat and Founder of PartnersInAliyah (partnersinaliyah.org); and Elana Singer, visits again about buying a home in the US vs. buying a home in Israel (www.elanarealty.com)
Natalie speaks about life in her sukkah during this time, and how her family got a new dog; meets with new arrival Rabbi Vogel and Chaya from Wisconsin now in Tsfat; Jonathan Gabbai who has established a ranch and sells beef (www.orderkoshermeat.com); and Elana Singer, Real Estate agent in Efrat discusses her own successful aliyah and the current market. (Elana@elanarealty.com)
Natalie discusses the upcoming Sukkoth holiday; Meets with Kenny Goldman, co-Director of Kayitz b'Kibbutz (www.kayitz.com) and talks about his aliyah and the successful American-style overnight summer camp he runs at Kibbutz Shluchot; and meet Marc Rosenberg, Vice President of Diaspora Partnerships for Nefesh b'Nefesh, who discusses the current trends of Aliyah, the motivation causing people to consider Aliyah, and the three most popular categories of people making aliyah today.
Natalie describes life under the current Corona lockdown and how she and her family are adjusting; Meet Rachel Berger, Director of Employment for Nefesh b'Nefesh (www.nbn.org.il/jobboard and on Facebook www.facebook.com/groups/nbnjobs) and hear how olim are pivoting their careers in Israel; Meet Janine Kutliroff, seriel entrepreneur originally from Ohio, who has successfully made her way in the business world in Israel
Natalie speaks about using this special time to appreciate what we have; speaks with newly arrived Oleh Moshe Dejman; and speaks with Zezy Fuld about the murder of his cousin Ari Fuld z"l who was killed 2 years ago in Tzomet haGush
Natalie starts this show talking about the school challenges caused because of the Corona restrictions, and how in her community, the parents are solving the problems; Natalie speaks with guest Jonothan Caras, of LionshareCapital and listens to his success in the Israeli High-Tech StartUp world; also Natalie checks in with Barbara and Matt Zucker who arrived to Israel last week and are in a Corona hotel for the required isolation time before they move to their new home.
Natalie opens up by explaining the gift of friends she has made in Israel, and stresses that olim will also make good friends; Natalie speaks with new friend Rikki Farkas, an olah living in Ma'ale Hever who moved to Israel in 2014; Rabbi Jonathan Feldman, of TelAvivInternationals, who made aliyah 2 years ago; and Yael Julanov about preparing for Aliyah with children with special needs.
Natalie speaks with Zezy Fuld, about schools in Israel and how integrating your children can begin before moving; Alan Deutsch, an accountant, tells how he got started in Israel 26 years ago; Barbara and Matt Zucker from Blue Bell, Pa are getting ready to move and they share their reasons for making aliyah
Natalie speaks with oleh Meir Raskas living in Neve Daniel, who made aliyah in November 2019 from Baltimore with his family; Bayla Singer, founder of Silk Salon Day Spa in Gush Etzion (www.silksalon.co.il) the first and only complete day spa in the area; and Gabriella and Solomon Horvitz, of Pittsburgh, finally on their way to Israel....after discussing it for 10 years.
Natalie speaks with Moshe Dejman originally from Venezuela and discusses his upcoming Aliyah from Baltimore; Jackie Donner, cofounder of LawFlex which she established to assist olim attorneys; and Lauren Isaacs, Director of Herut Canada, a 24-year-old single woman who recently made aliyah while on a work visa.
Natalie speaks with two first-generation Americans about their upcoming move to Israel; Moshe Dejman from Baltimore, originally from Venezuela and Yael Julenov from Brooklyn, originally from the USSR; their views, their persistence; all inspiring and motivating. In the third segment, Nat speaks with Zezy Fuld about the climate in the Five Towns now, the aliyah interest is rising, and the Rabbis are openly telling their communities "make an exit plan."