A Personal Message from Rebbetzin Heller on Her Wedding

A Personal Message from Rebbetzin Heller on Her Wedding

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Mom, Are We Having Fun Yet?

Mom, Are We Having Fun Yet?

This past Shabbat, a mother I know confided: “I’ve been feeling down about my life. I always dreamed of becoming a wife and a mother. But I’d always assumed that living the life of my dreams would actually feel good! I was reminded of that confused mother this morning when I heard the Hornosteipler Rebbetzin […]

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Tasmania’s Mikvah on Ice by Mina Esther Gordon

Tasmania’s Mikvah on Ice by Mina Esther Gordon

Although we have been living in Melbourne, Australia for the past 41 years, my husband, Yossi Gordon, took responsibility for the religious needs of the Jews of Tasmania since 1983. Tasmania is an Australian state, an island the size of Israel, about one hour by plane from Melbourne. In the 2017 census only 248 people […]

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Jewish Moms Give the Real Scoop on Quarantine with Kids by Sara Gallor

Jewish Moms Give the Real Scoop on Quarantine with Kids by Sara Gallor

This week, Sara Gallor of Providence, Rhode Island interviewed some mothers in the Jewish community about how they are coping with the Coronavirus quarantine… What are some positive things that you’ve noticed? Mrs. R*: I’m enjoying that there’s a much more relaxed atmosphere in the home in terms of bedtimes, little homework, no tests etc. […]

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In Quarantine and Ready to Strangle Your Husband? Read this First! by Rebbetzin Feige Twerski

In Quarantine and Ready to Strangle Your Husband? Read this First! by Rebbetzin Feige Twerski

It was announced that the first casualty of the coronavirus epidemic came about after a wife strangled her husband to death. And let’s be frank. The truth is, there will be moments in quarantine that we will understand this woman very well! So how do we not get to the point where we want to […]

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The Chanukah Steamroller

The Chanukah Steamroller

I woke up this morning feeling like I’d been flattened by the Chanukah steamroller. My regular life is comfortably busy, but add to that routine busyness, a week of (truly wonderful) Chanukah hosting and (I’m fine with it) cooking and (awful, bottomless) cleaning up, then all that leaves behind is one steamrollered JewishMOM. Anyway, I […]

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