6 Life Hacks to Strengthen Your Kids’ Jewish Identity

Easy ways to create a more Jewish atmosphere in our home.

My Favorite Trader Joe's Recipes

Including Everything But the Bagel cabbage steaks and coffee rub marinated London broil.

I'm Loving the Winter

After living for so long in California where the weather never changes, I am reveling in the cold and the snow.

Is the Marriage Vaccine Dangerous?: A Response to My Critics

Addressing the outraged reaction to my marriage advice not to criticize your spouse.

Waiting and Waiting

Our lives are filled with endless waiting. How do we cope without losing our minds?

Discovering My Child is Autistic

My struggle to come to terms with the shocking diagnosis that my son is autistic.

Being Jewish on Christmas

Amidst all the talk about eggnog, I realized the special blessing of Shabbat.

In Jersey City, A Remarkable Kindness

Owners of four kosher markets come together to rebuild Moshe Ferencz’s grocery store.

The Marriage Vaccine: Stop Criticizing

Proven 84.6% effective in reducing marital ailments.

This 7 Year Old Raised $22,000 for Charity

Lori Orlinsky speaks to Aish.com about her daughter Hayley and encouraging empathy in kids.

Nachas Night with Teachers

Calling parent-teacher meetings Nachas Night will change everything.

The Maccabees, Heroism and Your Children

This Hanukkah, teach your kids how to identify with true heroism.

The Best Latke and Donut Recipes

A plethora of yummy options for your perfect Hanukkah menu.

Cooking with Olive and Coconut Oil

This Hanukkah have fun with these flavored oils featured in these delicious recipes.

Hanukkah: 8 Nights of Games, No Gifts

Food blogger Danielle Renov celebrates Hanukah with eight nights of games. Here's how you can follow her lead.

My Favorite Traditional Hanukkah Recipes

Plus irresistible donut ice cream sandwiches.

Hanukkah: Especially Now, Shine Your Light

Let's take the light that shines within us and share it with others, so that together we can light up our world.

The 10 Commandments of Marriage

Because the most basic marriage principles are often the hardest to implement.

The Crown: Guests Not Welcomed

The hit show deepened my appreciation of Judaism's sensitivity in how to treat guests.

The Pandemic, Anxiety, and the Jewish Home

Harvard researchers found that children who do this have lower risks of mental illness.

My Father's Gift of Silence

Sometimes it’s what we don't say that becomes our greatest gift.

Without a House

How God is reminding why I should want a house in the first place.

Great Food for Thanksgiving Dinner

A spectacular menu, including a scrumptious turkey recipe.

Tell Your Kids You Love Them

Because they need to hear it all the time.

Stepmother: One Step at a Time

Stepmother. After Cinderella, no PR company can do sufficient damage control on this term.

PODCAST: Breakfast for Busy People

Chef Jamie Geller’s comfort food for the morning when you’re on the go.

My Disappointing Birthday

I know it's silly but I was feeling a little grumpy, until my daughter shared this beautiful story.

Borscht: The Favorite Jewish Soup

A brief history of Jewish borscht, plus three recipes.

Change Your Name, Change Your Life

My friend adopted a Hebrew name and it surprisingly transformed her life.

Let Them Have Fun

Your kids' excitement is not part of a scheme to drive you crazy.

PODCAST: How to Argue Without the Drama

Rabbi Eitiel Goldwicht’s guide to conflict resolution.

The Secret to My Parents' Magical Marriage

Every single morning of their marriage my father made my mom breakfast and wrote her a love note.

How to Stop Arguing with Your Child

6 ways to help you stop the cycle of arguing.

Maintaining Closeness Despite Social Distancing

Oddly enough, Judaism's family purity laws provides some insights.

Alcohol, Parenting and the Pandemic

Alcohol consumption is up. Of particular concern is the impact on children.

Quick and Easy Dinner

Here’s what I’ve been cooking in my kitchen.

Following Our Own Path

Don’t squash your children's individuality. The Almighty created each of us differently for a reason.

My “Concerning” Mammogram

I discovered that strong comes in many different ways.

A Little Kindness Goes a Long Way

It doesn’t take a lot – a smile, a kind word, an offer to help – to light up another human being.

Parenting in a Pandemic

Three pivotal ways to help our children throughout this upheaval. They need us now more than ever.

Adam’s Marriage Lesson

Blaming your spouse and not taking responsibility doesn’t work.

Genetic Testing: Our Surprising Path to IVF

Our genetic test revealed that we were both carriers of a mutation of Type 1 Gaucher disease.

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