by Bluma Gordon
Where Lara Doyle gets it right – and where she has it wrong.
by Dr. Yvette Alt Miller
Five iconic Jewish cookies – and recipes – that reflect the vicissitudes of Jewish history and the resourcefulness of Jewish cooks.
by Dini Harris
Why you should always back your spouse and not argue in front of the kids.
by Emuna Braverman
by Gila Ross
by Mirissa D. Price
by Adina Soclof, MS. CCC-SLP
Understanding why kids behave the way they do and how to teach them the skills they need.
How I learned to love winter.
by Slovie Jungreis-Wolff
My grandmother’s masterclass on showering love is just what we need today.
How many times do we blame our spouses for frustrating situations over which they have no control?
by Eve Levy
A parent's blessing is stronger than any length of distance or amount of time.
While eating my Oreo-filled donut, I’m going to look at the tiny flickering flames and ponder all of God's kindnesses.
by Pearl Adler Saban
Like her protagonist, Jean Meltzer suffers from Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and is a proud Jew who happens to love the Christmas season.
by Elizabeth Kurtz
Fried ice cream, baked pumpkin donuts, Italian olive oil apple cake, oh my!
by Rabbi Efrem Goldberg
Imagine eight nights of quality, uninterrupted family time.
Including pulled beef gnocchi, cauliflower steaks and apple fritters.
by Rabbi Raphael Leban
These 5 rules of engagement will save your family dinner, no matter who's around the table.
How to teach your kids (and yourself) gratitude.
And how are you treating others?
by Rabbi Tzvi Sytner
Those surprising little gestures make a real impact.
Slow cooked beef stew, bourbon pecan pie and other delicacies you don't want to miss.
In all my years of being a neighbor, I have never witnessed this happening.
We were overwhelmed by the kindness of others.
Suddenly the very thing we took for granted (and sometimes complained about) was taken away from us.
We went to see the breathtaking fall foliage. But there was one big problem: everything was green.
Don't let your drive for money compromise your values.
Why I love experiencing all four seasons.
How to deal with people's total lack of consideration.
Chief Editor's Blog
by Rabbi Nechemia Coopersmith
God is speaking to us all the time, if we just look for His messages.
Joy comes from taking pleasure in the moment and not dwelling on what's missing.
by Carol Ungar
Warm, intimate and full of fun, I adopted Taylor’s fictional family as my own make-believe family.
Living in a society where talk is cheap, we need to ensure that our words mean something.
Have you ever made plans to go out to dinner only to have something set you off or irritate you as you drove there?
Sweet and savory recipes to add to your holiday menus.
My favorite Rosh Hashanah projects to do with children, from preschool through high school.
Start the Jewish new year knowing your strengths.
by Jamie Geller
Our amazing Jewish honey cake is just thing for this Rosh Hashanah. This honey cake uses olive oil for a healthy, non-dairy fat that keeps the cake light and flavorful.
by Rabbi Raffi Bilek
Go to bed angry, because the worst time to deal with an issue is when you're mad and upset.
And don't miss my spiced bundt cake with apple caramel drizzle.
We're not allowed to hurt others with our words, and that includes teasing and joking.
Eight ways you can support your child.
Why the mess, the constant cooking and the chaos are totally worth it.
by Vicky Krief
Life is an ever-changing juggling act that requires self-awareness, flexibility and simply letting go.
Discover why tahina is one of Israel’s most popular foods.
Practical ways to teach your child to be assertive and to stand up for other kids who are being bullied.
We give our friends and kids the benefit of the doubt. Shouldn't we do the same for the most important person in our life?
Right off the grill summer corn, homemade chimichurri over steak, watermelon sorbet and more!
Being bored is their problem, not yours.
Children haven’t yet learned to worry about what others think of them and to put others in restrictive boxes with alienating labels.
by Joan Zlotnick
The importance of self-care, support groups, and helping others, and the role of guilt and grief in the caregiving process.
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