Time To Outsource!

The toys, bookcases and drawers in china closet are simple jobs and can be delegated to children. Have them divide the items into keep, throw out and donate.

A Taste of Shabbat

The traditional recipes she used throughout our lives brought comfort and love to both our family and strangers alike.

In The Bag

As my husband reminded me as I meticulously folded bags into neat little packages over the last three months to hoard them for future use, the fact that bags will no longer be free in stores doesn’t mean that they won’t be available.

New Cookbooks Spark Kitchen Creativity

Given the subject matter, it seems appropriate for this cookbook to open with a chapter on food safety since giving your family food poisoning by feeding them spoiled ingredients is definitely something to be avoided.

How To Keep Your Fridge Clean

For extra credit, you can bring out your vacuum and clean the coils at the bottom of the fridge. Having these coils dust free keeps your fridge running more efficiently and saves on electricity.

Pantry Proud

A coat of paint in a cheerful color or a roll or two of wallpaper can definitely inject a touch of style into your pantry.

How To Teach Your Children About Money

I am of the opinion that children’s money belongs to them, and if they want to blow it on junk from the local discount store, that is their prerogative.

Dependable No More

I would say that that oven was 45-years-old when it finally baked its last pan of brownies and was relegated to the great big kitchen in the sky.

Taking Advantage Of Long Winter Nights

In the spirit of taking full advantage of the desire to stay indoors during these chilly nights, let’s organize our homes so that we can find the peace of mind we deserve.

Phone Fun

I have had more than a few people tell me that they use their phones to do just about everything except making calls.

Leaving Kids Home Alone

I am a huge proponent of spending quality time with your spouse, as the benefits of strengthening your relationship are huge and long-lasting.

Fashion First Aid

The list of potential sartorial mishaps goes on and on, but thankfully, there are plenty of fixes to save the day as well as steps you can take to prevent problems from ever occurring in the first place.

Homework Helper

The best way to get them to sit down and actually do their work is by making it part of their schedule.

Just Say No

We are living in a society where the bar gets raised higher and higher every year, and where today's splurge becomes tomorrow's necessity.

How To Get Your Children To Build Your Sukkah

Pick a day to start. We would love to begin on Motzaei Yom Kippur, but if your children are fasting, they might not be up to it, unless they drank coffee and are now all hyped up.

Succulent Chicken with Squash

It’s coming before we know it! I’m not worried, because I’ll use some of my favorite go-to dishes such as my succulent chicken with squash recipe.

You’re Doing What With That?

For about 12 seconds, I contemplated selling them on eBay, but mailing liquids sounded like an adventure that could only have an unhappy ending.

Get Ready For School!

In general, we buy good backpacks that we expect our children to have for at least two years.

Mind Over Matter

On that rare occasion that he actually gained a pound or two, my father would watch what he ate for two days and – poof! – he was back to his wedding weight again.

Up Your Summer Cooking Game

There were crispy stuffed baked potatoes and tantalizing veggie burgers to be made and it needed to happen immediately, if not sooner.

Summer Games!

I would be amiss if I did not mention the old classic, chalk. There are so many ways to combine chalk with a city sidewalk.

Baby On Board: Backseat Summer Car Safety

Always look before you lock. No matter where you go, get into the habit of doing a backseat scan before hitting the lock button on your remote.

Let My People Clean… Again!?!

As you clean, take advantage of the opportunity to de-clutter.

How To Grow Healthy Plants

In place of flowers, I love to give and receive plants. They are the gift that keeps on giving.

Mission Impossible? Staying Comfortable at 35,000 Feet

Twisting and turning miserably for five hours, all I could think about was how I was going to survive an upcoming trip to visit my daughter in Israel.

How To Make A Scavenger Hunt

It is fun for the whole family, and best of all, can be done anytime and anywhere.

Painless Pesach Prep

Sure, Pesach might be a little labor intensive, but it brings incredible opportunities to spend quality time with your nearest and dearest...

Headlines

Latest News Stories


Sponsored Post

Recommended Today


Something Random from the Week

Printed from: https://www.jewishpress.com/sections/magazine/for-the-home/time-to-outsource/2020/03/23/

Scan this QR code to visit this page online: