Celebrate Purim With Your Kids

Here are some fun ways to dress up, make some noise and have a raucous good time at your next Purim party.

How to Prepare For School

To help those who dread it, or are neutral towards it, it’s best to fake it till you make it, i.e. act as if we are excited for the upcoming school year, and before you know it, they just might be.

Preparing Your Child For A Successful School Year

The number one way to avoid many of the typical challenges that could delay a child’s success and growth in the coming years is by utilizing a well-thought out routine.

Consumer Pet Peeves

Given that this is a consumer column, you can rest assured that I spend countless hours coming up with creative and innovative money saving ideas, but for a change, I am going to try something different and share some of my pet peeves, those moments when you can't believe how much you are paying and how little you are getting in return, when you find yourself shaking your head in disbelief and wondering aloud, "Are they serious?"

How To Get Through Homework

In my house, I like to give my children a chance to unwind and eat dinner before homework.

The Purim Theme

"OMG, it's so cute, you're so cute, everything is so cute."

How To Avoid Shopping ‘Till You Drop

Who doesn’t want to save money? The siren call of sales lures us all, and few are able to resist stocking up.

Putting Your Gas Guzzler On A Diet

For those of us who have no choice but to drive, we need to find ways to make that overpriced tank of gas last as long as possible.

Staying Warm With Fun Activities!

There is a strong sense of comfort that comes with zipping up a warm sweatshirt, and pulling on thick wool socks.

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.

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 Get On Top Of, And Stay On Top Of, Pesach Cleaning

People like to say that dirt isn’t chometz, but as Rabbi Dovid Orlofsky says, if dirt isn’t chometz, how can you tell? Besides, are you really going to take apart the whole closet and then not wipe it down before you put everything back? If you’re not going to clean the mess now, when will you?

Personalize It – Crystallize It!

Whether you are staying home for Pesach or going away, it is nice to have something new to enhance this special Yom Tov. With rhinestone monograms now so readily available you can turn many household items from ordinary to extraordinary.

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.

How To Make A Last Minute Costume

The seudah will be done as a pot-luck with my two sisters, and I will bring challah freshly baked that day. The only thing remaining to worry about is costumes.

How To Enjoy Megillah Reading

A great way to prepare for Purim, other than by stocking up on every nosh on sale, is to begin to integrate the lessons of hashgacha pratis around you.

Getting Kids Into The Kitchen

I debated starting the kids with less-than-sharp-knives but there's really no point in doing that. If they are learning a skill, they might as well learn it right.

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.

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 Travel With Children

Either bring blankets from home or get from the flight attendants. Bring sweatshirts for added coziness as the blankets are sure to fall off.

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.

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.

How To Get Rid Of Pesky Spills

Invest in some good cleaning habits, along with a good solid dose of planning and prevention.

Spring 2014: Just Around the Corner!

It's hard to believe that it is the beginning of October and the Yomim Tovim are already behind us. But having had everything fall out early this year provides a golden opportunity to enjoy the gorgeous fall weather and all that the crisp air has to offer.

Fun In The Sun

While officially sunglasses are to offer our eyes important UV protection, in reality our shades are a fun fashion statement.

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 Plant A Garden

Gardening can be a healthy, wholesome activity for the whole family.

How To Toilet Train Your Child – Without Killing Them!

But his third birthday was rapidly approaching, and I wanted him toilet trained before our family trip to Israel a couple of months down the line. Giving up wasn’t an option.

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