One Nation. One Family. Many Faces. Jews from across the Globe Humans of Judaism With over 10 million followers on social media, Humans of New York has inspired Humans spinoffs everywhere from Hong Kong to Cleveland. One of my favorites is Humans of Judaism. Nikki Schreiber started Humans of Judaism in 2014. Within the first six months…[Read More »]
Posts Tagged ‘interviews’
Banana, Chocolate and Peanut Butter Chip, Sesame Tahini, Raspberry Cream Cheese, Lavender, Rose, Salted Caramel, Matcha…
You probably think these are trendy ice cream flavors.
But they’re not! They’re challah flavors!
The gals at Challah Hub are mixing things up (literally).
All-of-a-Kind Family pretty much tops my list of all-time favorite young adult books. I was so excited to hear that the All-of-a-Kind Family series had been re-issued thanks to the incredibly talented Lizzie Skurnick. She’s also re-issuing the best in young adult literature from the classics of the 30s and 40s to the thrillers and novels of the 70s and 80s.[Read More »]
The High Holidays remind me to slow things down, focus on what really matters, and appreciate all the wonderful blessings and people in my life. But life gets busy and stressful again fairly quickly. Carla Naumburg has written a terrific book called “Parenting in the Present Moment.” She’s given me some great advice on how to be mindful all year long and I’m excited to share some of her wisdom with you today.[Read More »]
I’m thrilled to share with you the second part of my interview with Diane Samuels. (Click here for last week’s post, part one.) Diane and and I met at a wonderful dinner party for The American Academy in Jerusalem. Launched in 2010, the academy offers a 10-week fellowship for distinguished artists, architects, and planners from abroad and from all…[Read More »]
I met the lovely Diane Samuels a few months ago at a wonderful dinner party for The American Academy in Jerusalem. Diane had just come back from a 10-week fellowship at the academy and spoke to the group about her time in Jerusalem and the work she did while there. I was so engrossed listening to…[Read More »]
Less is definitely more for Galit Barak. She designs jewelry that’s clean, stylish and minimal. I’m excited to introduce you to her beautiful line of necklaces, rings and bracelets. Galit is inspired by nature, urban landscapes and geometric shapes. All her jewelry is made by hand in her studio in Israel. Her work has been exhibited…[Read More »]
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