Chanukah Contest Accepting Anonymous JewishMOMs

Chanukah Contest Accepting Anonymous JewishMOMs

Just to clarify, for this year’s Chanukah Contest, feel free to submit the story of your inspirational JewishMOM without sharing her name. I’m looking forward to reading your submissions and spreading a lot of JewishMOM light around the world this Chanukah!

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Want to Experience Miracles? Read These Words…

Want to Experience Miracles? Read These Words…

Rabbi Nivin suggested a few months ago that if we want to connect with G-d on a more constant basis, and see more miracles in our lives, then he would recommend reciting the Ain Od Milvado segula written by the Nefesh HaChaim (Rabbi Chaim of Volozhin). So I started doing just that, every day after […]

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My Unusual Fear of Public Speaking

My Unusual Fear of Public Speaking

I don’t exactly have a fear of public speaking. When I’m speaking in front of a crowd of people, I actually really enjoy myself. I’m also fine appearing in videos that many people watch. But my problem isn’t during the public speaking, it’s before. I am capable of feeling low-flame dread before a speaking event […]

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Guess What Danish Kids Ask Their Moms For at the Supermarket Checkout…

Guess What Danish Kids Ask Their Moms For at the Supermarket Checkout…

Here’s some cool things I’ve seen for the first time in my life this week during our family trip to Copenhagen… Instead of the candy and chocolate bars by the supermarket checkout that make your children beg “Eema, pleeeaase can I have some M&M’s??” Danish children get FREE FRUIT! 50% of Copenhagen’s residents commute by […]

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Here’s the Postcard I Promised You From…

Here’s the Postcard I Promised You From…

Here is the postcard-post I promised you from our mystery destination…And now that we are here, it is the time to reveal our location. Drumroll, please… Copenhagen, Denmark! (The hint I posted was a quotation from Hamlet, who lived in Denmark). What prompted our visit to this unusual destination? Well, last winter when we were […]

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JewishMOM.com is on Vacation Until August 5th

JewishMOM.com is on Vacation Until August 5th

JewishMOM.com is going on summer vacation. I plan to resume my regular daily posts starting August 5th. I plan to send you a post-card post next week from our unusual destination. Someone asked for a hint, so here it is: There is nothing either good or bad, but thinking makes it so. Feel free to […]

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