Love

08.25.12
10 Empowering Things I Have Learned Since Having A Baby

Before you have a baby everyone has a story to share or a warning to give. You take it all in, some of it you disregard, convinced it will be different for you. Other stuff no one tells you, and perhaps it’s best that way. A lot of the stuff about early momma-hood ... read more

08.24.12
Forbidden Love – But Not Impossible

I love the notion of forbidden love. Not sure if it’s the yearning, the exquisite heartache or simply the longing for an enchanting yet unachievable romance. Edward VIII and Wallis Simpson, Coco Chanel and ‘Boy’ Capel, Aladdin and Jasmine and of course, forbidden love at its finest, ... read more

08.24.12
Sisterhood
Sisterhood

I had one of those really long phone conversations with one of my closest friends last night, you know the type, you pretty much cover EVERYTHING.  Only women know about such convos, yes? I’m so lucky to have close friends, I’m certainly part of a ‘sisterhood’.  I’m ... read more

08.22.12
The Irreplaceable Bond of Friendship
The Irreplaceable Bond of Friendship

I have always been a shy and reserved person. So when I had to move from the United States back to my birth state of Israel, at the age of 12, I was not very happy about it. It was hard enough making friends under normal circumstances. But here I was, being thrown i... read more

08.15.12
The Days of a Diabetic
The Days of a Diabetic

I remember when I was a young girl and I would tell people that I had a disease. My mother would quickly correct me and explain that what I had was not a disease. It was a condition. Either way, dealing with Type 1 Diabetes as a child was nothing short of challenging f... read more

08.07.12
Atomic Tantrums and Grown-Up Love Bombs
Atomic Tantrums and Grown-Up Love Bombs

“I’m at the gym now. I’ll call you back.” Seems legit. But in that moment I desired a comforting recap of my day with my man. To him it made sense to recap at home when he could give me his full attention. To me, it was – what the f**k? Miffed. Frown face. Toddler... read more

08.02.12
My Mother, the Miss Universe of My Life
My Mother, the Miss Universe of My Life

I. My mama didn’t mean to raise a free spirit. She has always been a cautious one, the kind of woman who calculated her thoughts carefully, thinking of it over and over before daring to make a move. She worried plenty, played little. She clutches rosary beads and offers hushed prayers when she’s... read more

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