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Wednesday, April 25, 2018

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

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 Friedman, MSW   Every human being, especially every woman, has an inherent...

To Leave a Child Behind, and Get Away For a Bit. (We Know It’s...

  So right, while it feels so wrong   I am sitting in the passenger’s seat, my house getting smaller and smaller behind me. I can still see a fluffy little cloud of blonde messy hair at...
The Trees and You: Three relationship tips in honor of Tu B’Shvat

The Trees and You: Three Relationship Tips in Honor of Tu B’Shvat

With Tu B’Shvat around the corner, you’re probably getting into fruit mode sooner or later, planning a menu that’s centered on the bounty we reap from the trees. But Tu B’Shvat offers way more than...
3 Books About Marriage Every Frum Wife Should Read. The commited marriage by Rebbetzin Esther Jungreis and more. All on betweencarpools.com a lifesytle jewish blog for the busy frum woman.

3 Books About Marriage Every Wife Should Read

Because we can always do it better You know what they say: Every marriage—even a great one—needs work. It’s totally true. So whether you are going through a rough patch or just looking to make...

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 of all time and something I strive to remember, each...
volunteerism

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 years now, I’ve been volunteering as a photographer for Kids...
Rebbetzin Yemima Mizrachi and her new book the rebbetzin speaks from artscroll.

Three things I’ve learned from Rabbanit Yemima Mizrachi

Reflections from the Rabbanit’s English writer upon the publication of their first book By Shiffy Friedman   Make your brilliance relatable. The very first time I heard the Rabbanit speak about three years ago, I was immediately taken...
4 Refreshing Things You Do Have Time for This Week (While Your Robots Cook for Yom Tov) Charge your batteries with these feel-good activities. By Julie Hauser

4 Refreshing Things You Do Have Time for This Week (While Your Robots Cook...

Charge your batteries with these feel-good activities   By Julie Hauser Swim, bike, or walk outdoors, unplugged. Catch some last licks of summer (if it’s summer on your continent), and use those moments as introspective time....
DIY Date Night

 Can’t Get Out? Make Your Nights at Home Special

Little touches to the table or a new activity turn a regular evening into a memorable evening By Sarah Loeb   I'm a big believer of having little spurts of excitement to change up the daily...
The grammar mistakes that make me cringe (and how to correct them)

You’ll Want to Avoid My Grammar Pet Peeves

The grammar mistakes that make me cringe (and how to correct them) Grammar pet peeves…where to begin? Let’s start by defining what a grammar pet peeve is not. It’s not a cute fluffy animal that’s...
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