Anyone following me on social media will know that during Spring, immediately following the first night of Passover, I begin posting daily counting posts. This is my way of sharing my daily Omer counting with you. In Judaism, the seven weeks between Passover and Shavuot are known as the Omer, and we count these days to mark the passage of time from one holiday to the other.
With the year coming to a close I wanted to take a look back at some of the major lessons I learned this year. I have five lessons that really stood out to me in 2019. I can’t say that I learned them this year because honestly I learned them a long time ago. But,Continue reading “5 Lessons I Re-Learned in 2019”
Halloween is over and we’re coming up on Thanksgiving pretty quickly. Then we really enter the holiday rush. And we get swamped. Overwhelmed. Stressed. We all want to have a happy holiday season- no matter what holidays we celebrate. But, often our best laid plans fall apart. The good news is, you can plan forContinue reading “30 Days of Holiday Prep”
Today is International Holocaust Remembrance Day. It is a day which commemorates the liberation of Auschwitz, the largest Nazi concentration camp and extermination center. Do you know how many people died during the Holocaust? Many people are aware of the six million Jews who died. They were not the only ones. According to the USContinue reading “Never Forget. Never Again”
Last week I blogged about being thankful for yourself. You can read that here. One way to be thankful for yourself is to practice self care. I used to think of self care in terms of big sweeping measures such as a bubble bath with flowers or a massage. Those are good things and theyContinue reading “10 Self Care Strategies”
Thanks for joining me! Good company in a journey makes the way seem shorter. — Izaak Walton