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Pesach Without Panic! — Pesach Planning Video Course

Feeling overwhelmed at the thought of Pesach?

Suffering from cleaning paralysis? Preparation panic?

1st time making Sedarim?

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• List building & planning for cleaning, shopping, menu planning, cooking
• Ideas for getting the kids involved (happily!)
• Pesach budgeting – including working with a tight budget
• When Pesach falls in the 9th month – strategies for making it work
• First time making Pesach – how to and beginner lists

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Replies : 0  View Post (Post reply)  Posted by: Yael Yesterday at 2:30 pm

Please have our dear friend in mind


In the month of adar its the best time to be in court. (Even though no time is a good time.) We are hoping for a v'nahafoch hu situation, and that her children will be home with her this Purim.

This imamother member's story has been verified by imasinger.

Please take time out to daven! Every tefilla can be the one that may tip the scale.

Replies : 2  View Post (Post reply)  Posted by: relish Thu, Feb 22 2018, 6:56 pm

How are you surviving your forties??

Do you believe 'over forty' means 'over the hill'?

Do you have so much on your plate you feel overwhelmed and stressed beyond description?

Are you in survival mode these days?

Emotionally and physiologically are you out of whack?

Do you feel a change coming over you that you are not ready for?

Would you like to go from sinking to staying afloat to swimming the freestyle stroke smoothly and efficiently?

Wouldn’t it be nice if you felt an inner calm as you bounced from responsibility to responsibility?

And what about loving yourself? Loving others?

Are you ready to let go of the frustration and resentment towards the people who have taken from you the best years of your life?

What if I would tell you - the best years of your life lay ahead!

Today is the first day of the rest of your life.

Would you believe me?

Watch the short video I made for you where I tell you all about it!

Discover the fundamental keys to thriving in your forties!

Watch the video.

You are not alone! We are a whole tribe of women.

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Wednesday, February 21, 2018. See you there!

Luv & Laffs, Julie Devora Brown

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Why settle for survive when you can strive and thrive?

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Replies : 4  View Post (Post reply)  Posted by: Yael Sun, Feb 18 2018, 8:03 am

Join the Eat4Oorah Campaign!

Oorah is proud to announce their latest fundraising campaign, Eat4Oorah. Join the campaign by committing to gain 5 pounds or more this Purim to help yiddishe kinderlach. With resources such as a helpful list of high-calorie foods, and support along the way, it’ll be easy to raise the requisite $1,800 to participate. Oorah suggests soliciting extra kokosh cake, brisket, and hamantashen from friends and family when you ask for sponsorships. So stop drooling and start eating, after all, it’s for the kinderlach!

Register for Eat4Oorah or sponsor a friend at eat4oorah.org

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Replies : 10  View Post (Post reply)  Posted by: Yael Thu, Feb 15 2018, 1:27 pm

After Cancer, You Would Never Guess His Age

One look at Naftali Baron and you might assume that he is in his thirties, or even forties. The truth, however, is much darker: Just 19 years old, Naftali’s body has been wracked by stage 4 cancer.

The Baron family lives in the Sanhedria neighborhood of Jerusalem, with their 6 children. Last year, Naftali became ill. For months, they travelled from specialist to specialist in search of answers. It was known that the boy had cancer, but doctors were not sure of the cause.

Treatments cost Naftali all of the strength he had. His skin turned pale, he lost his hair. While his classmates began their adult lives, Naftali fought for his life.

Recently, the source of the cancer was located: A tumor in his stomach. After consulting with top doctors as well as the leading medical rabbanim, the Baron family was advised to fly to New York immediately. There Naftali could receive a highly specialized surgery, as well as the necessary medication. The surgery costs $45,000.

If treated properly, Naftali could have a cancer-free life. If left alone, there is not much hope.

A campaign titled “Campaign To Save My Life” has been started on the Chesed Fund platform, with the goal of flying Naftali out to surgery.

“We’re just a regular family ... We could never pull together that kind of money,” campaign text reads. “That’s why we’re trying this -- it’s our only chance.”


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Replies : 0  View Post (Post reply)  Posted by: Yael Mon, Feb 12 2018, 5:42 pm

Thank you Hashem!

I BH gave birth to a beautiful and healthy baby girl before Shabbos!
May we be able to share in happy occasions.

Replies : 32  View Post (Post reply)  Posted by: simba Sun, Feb 11 2018, 6:09 am

Please help an agunah in need!

Posting with Yael permission

I'm posting this on behalf of a close family member that is going through hell every.single.day.

Pls daven for Miriam Menucha bas Chana

If anyone has any question feel free to PM me


Replies : 4  View Post (Post reply)  Posted by: sleepwalking Thu, Feb 08 2018, 2:50 pm

Do you drink on Purim?
Not a sip
A small drink l'kavod Purim
I get a little tipsy
I get seriously drunk
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In the kitchen

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