Have you been to Jerusalem’s Reading Stations?

Don't all mothers love when you can combine an afternoon activity that you and your kids can really enjoy together? And that is close by and free of charge? Meet The Reading Stations at HaMoshava and Gonenim. On the Park HaMesila (Train Track Park), which I talk about all time, close to both Emek Refaim …

Jerusalem’s ModLi, Dubai’s The Modist, and the Rise of Modest Fashion

*Picture above taken from a Vogue Article about Chaya Chanin and Simi Polonsky, the  Orthodox Jewish designers behind The Frock NYC. This is such an overwhelming and perhaps controversial post to write, and I although I don't have a background in the fashion industry, my choices in what I choose to wear have changed in recent years when …

Prenatal Yoga in Jerusalem at Parparim Ba Beten (פרפרים בבטן)

I wish this post existed when I was pregnant with my first, Ovadia, who is now 3. I was searching online in English for prenatal yoga in Jerusalem, as it's common on the lifestyle/motherhood blogs I was reading from the U.S. to hear about the variety of benefits of prenatal yoga's relaxation, breathing, and birthing techniques. …

Interesting Article: “The world’s first mall for recycled goods”

As a long time lover of second-hand goods and finding treasures on the streets, I have had dreams of opening up a second hand shop for clothes or furniture (maybe one day!). When I used to leave in Alphabet City in New York (East Village), the neighborhood was full with small second-hand stores with designer …