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Post Posted: Sun, May 29 2011, 5:09 pm       Post subject: Online mikva calendar
I am looking for an online mikva calendar. The only one I found for free was Chabad. There is a disclaimer that it is according to the customs of chabad. What is the difference?
Is there a different mikva calendar that would be good for me?
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mom2be1









  
Post Posted: Sun, May 29 2011, 5:14 pm       Post subject: re: Online mikva calendar
Are you talking about the calender from mikvah.org? I found that one to be o.k. of course it's always good to keep your own to be safe!
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checkbefore









  
Post Posted: Sun, May 29 2011, 5:52 pm       Post subject: re: Online mikva calendar
I used that for a while and then realized that they were not giving me the ohr zaruah times (not sure about the hebrew words, but the extra half days that we keep.) I switched to mikvahcalendar.com and I was able to set it exactly how our minhag is. 18 bucks a year for reminders and everything all figured out is really cheap.
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amother









  
Post Posted: Thu, Jun 02 2011, 4:04 pm       Post subject: re: Online mikva calendar
I use this http://www.vestosbasics.com/index.htm

its $20 lifetime and you get a 100 day free trial. They only ask for credit card after the 100 days are up
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tdot2mtl









  
Post Posted: Thu, Jun 02 2011, 4:25 pm       Post subject:
I really like mikvahcalendar.com
they can email or sms you reminders. easy to use. and as the above poster mentioned, 18 bucks a year is not that much for such a good little helper.
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Post Posted: Fri, Aug 05 2011, 10:37 am       Post subject: re: Online mikva calendar
http://www.mymikvahcalendar.com - Amazing site. They send you reminders, emails, explain everything, there's a pop-up when you enter any info like HT on what to do, how to do it, when according to where in the world you happen to be at that instant... They also have ask a rav (although I haven't used it and probably wouldn't since I have my own on speed dial!), glossary, mikvah directory, etc.

Great site, in English and Hebrew. It's Chabad but you can always check it and see what you think. Or ask your Rav if he thinks it applies to you.

p.s. for those who have trouble with names, typing in mymikvah.com, mymikveh.com, or similar combinations all get you to the correct site.
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chilled









  
Post Posted: Fri, Aug 05 2011, 10:57 am       Post subject: re: Online mikva calendar
Very Happy I am so grateful for Mikvahcalendar.com! It is, simply put, my sanity.... Very Happy
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moon__star









  
Post Posted: Sun, Aug 07 2011, 2:52 am       Post subject: Re: re: Online mikva calendar
chilled wrote:
Very Happy I am so grateful for Mikvahcalendar.com! It is, simply put, my sanity.... Very Happy


here here! (or hear hear?) Yes! I can't begin to recall how many times I've been like "was it tuesday or wednesday? did I do that yesterday? what time again?" and then agonizing until I could check. absolute mind and lifesaver.
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Mommy F.









  
Post Posted: Thu, Feb 23 2012, 9:43 pm       Post subject: re: Online mikva calendar
http://www.mymikvahcalendar.com/

that site says it's only for chabad
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