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The Modern Jewish New Year So, it would see the more things change, the more things stay the same. I wrote last year about how I was skipping Rosh Hashannah services to have weight loss surgery.  I am saddened to read it (I haven’t revisited this column in a whole Jewish year) knowing that just last week I visited my Dr and asked for appetite suppressants.  I’m still trying to lose those same 10 lbs,…

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The Modern Jewish New Year It happens every year.  The High Holidays come (either early or late but, never right on time), football season starts (Hook ‘Em Horns), the kids go back to school and the evaluation begins. Where was I at this time last year, what did I accomplish, where did I fail and where do I want to be at this time next year. Each time I sit down to write a post…

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L’Shana Tova! During the time leading up to the High Holy Days, in the Hebrew month of Elul, Jews take a collective break! We reflect on the past year and renew ourselves for the year ahead. The changes are always both subtle and immense in the world, in our country and in our own lives. Just last week I wrote about the amazing past six months I’ve had with The Modern Jewish Wedding and its…

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During the time leading up to the High Holy Days, in the Hebrew month of Elul, Jews take a collective break! We reflect on the past year and renew ourselves for the year ahead. The changes are always both subtle and immense in the world, in our country and in our own lives. Last year for this column I wrote about how I had gone from a single woman to a wife and step-mom.  Here…

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