Kylie Ora Lobell is Jewess in chief at JewessMag.com as well as a freelance writer for Aish, Chabad, The Jewish Journal of Los Angeles, and The Forward.
Kylie Ora Lobell
Yes having a kid can be frustrating, nerve-wracking, scary and exhausting, but becoming a parent is also the most fulfilling thing I’ve ever done.
My need for perfection sent me in a tailspin.
We needed a final push to get us there. The pandemic and rise in anti-Semitism were it.
How believing in God made me a grateful person.
Why we learn Torah in the wee hours of morning on Shavuot.
In today's lonely world, Shabbat keeps us connected.
But he refused to marry me and I called him out on it.
My five-year struggle to give up technology and learn to connect to my soul.
As a writer, I’ve been financially struggling my entire adult life.
A new book teaches parents how to talk about death with kids.
No matter how much I eat, I never feel full. Food can’t fill what’s missing in my life.
Converting to Judaism had an unexpected side effect: my depression became much less prominent in my life.
Prior to converting, I wanted to pick a Hebrew name that would reflect what I aspired to be.
A new fashion design sketchbook shows less isn’t always more.
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