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. …

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Easy Moroccan Halva Cookies (Vegan and No-bake)

I should first note that these cookies are not technically Moroccan but my neighbor who gave me (*created actually) this recipe is Moroccan and a cookie expert (Her misloach manot for Purim is so beautiful with many different small cookies!) so I just made up the English name. She actually just calls them ״כדורים״ which …

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 …

Interesting Article:”Forget ‘developing’ poor countries, it’s time to ‘de-develop’ rich countries.”

In continuation to this post, on "The world's first mall for recycled goods", I just came across this thought provoking article in the Guardian...."Forget 'developing' poor countries, it's time to 'de-develop' rich countries." Although written in September 2015, after the UN was renegotiating the new sustainable development goals (SDGs), the author Jason Hickel argues that we …