Thanks, But Please Don’t Tell Me How to Celebrate Thanksgiving (Published in The Times of Israel)

Sometimes I wish I could put in earplugs while standing in line at the grocery store. Perhaps if the lines were shorter, I’d zip through unscathed. The other day I just couldn’t help overhearing the guy in front of me Continue reading Thanks, But Please Don’t Tell Me How to Celebrate Thanksgiving (Published in The Times of Israel)

My Husband Is A Doctor – But He Refuses To Give Up Junk Food (Published In Woman’s Day)

“I’ll have the salmon, medium-well with no couscous, and extra grilled asparagus on the side. I’ll start with the house salad–hold the cranberries, cheese, walnuts and croutons–and please put the balsamic vinegar on the side. Oh. And I’ll have water Continue reading My Husband Is A Doctor – But He Refuses To Give Up Junk Food (Published In Woman’s Day)

Why I Stopped Freaking Out About Other People’s Kosher Habits (Published in Kveller)

Last spring after Passover I had lunch with two friends: a convert to Judaism and a Reform rabbi. I know this sounds like the start of a joke that goes something like, “three women, a rabbi, a former-Christian, and an Continue reading Why I Stopped Freaking Out About Other People’s Kosher Habits (Published in Kveller)