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You’re Never Too Old for Mommy and Me ( + 3...

Don’t have the relationship with your mother that you crave? You can still get it—and even nurture yourself when she’s no longer here By Shiffy...

Feel Stuck in the Kitchen While the Men are in Shul?...

  Between preparing the Kiddush, serving meals, and tending to the kids, is there a way to make Shavuos a meaningful Yom Tov for us...

 8 Easy Ways to Teach Your Children Gratitude

   It’s amazing what kids absorb when they learn by example.   By Julie Hauser   Give Beyond Your Friends and Family. When giving gifts (such as Chanukah or mishloach...

How Rebbetzin Kolodetsky Inspired Me to Daven Shacharis Every Day—Even on...

Don’t have time in the morning? Here’s how tefilah can save time...not take time By Shiffy Friedman   A funny thing happened when I (almost) sat...

Listening Is a Dying Art. Let’s Revive It.

  If you want to be a good friend, listen completely. “I never learned anything while I was talking.” —Larry King   It’s one of my favorite quotes...

Why I Give Birth at Home

  One mother explains why she prefers to forego the hospital during childbirth   Well, why not?! By: Malky Jacobs Joking aside, of course I’d go to the...

Let’s Stop Complaining

Count your blessings and put a smile on your face Originally appeared in “Letters” in Ami Magazine’s AmiLiving. I would like to comment on the story...

My Perfect Morning. And My Typical Morning.

The morning I wish to achieve and the mornings I actually have. Oh wait, those are about to change. “This winter I will get up...

Volunteerism: Who Benefits the Most? (The Answer Will Surprise You).

You thought I was going to say it’s the volunteer who gains the most, but I don’t think it is. For a little over three...

Why I Will Never Drive a Minivan

People tell me it’s inevitable. I say not. No, I will never drive a minivan, and it’s not because I’m so tied to the need...
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