WANTED: someone to talk to

Is anybody out there? Two 30-something partners and parents of three and full time marketing professionals seeking someone similar who has figured it all out. Realizing that no one has truly figured it all out, also seeking someone who has at least crossed to the other side of hectic and has less regrets than one... Continue Reading →

To the immigrant parents I grew up with:

Dear immigrant parents of childhood friends, Hi. How are you? Have I told you lately your English is incredible? It was really fun growing up with your kid. Maybe I'm still even friends with your kid. Most of my friends from childhood had immigrant parents it seems. It really felt that way, at least. To... Continue Reading →

Birthdays.

New parenting milestone: the kindergarten birthday party. I'm not a big birthday person. When I was a kid I was, as much as any other kid. Who doesn't want presents? But at some point it switched off. I don't like the attention for something I didn't do. It feels a little forced and awkward. I... Continue Reading →

What have I done?

I'd be lying if I said I wasn't freaked. Though the truth is it's only starting to dawn on me how awe-some and terrifying it is. I'm beginning to comprehend what I've done. It really is dawning; first the expectation of the rise, and then the initial tips of the rays. Pretty soon I think... Continue Reading →

Two mothers.

My mother is a split personality. As long as I've known her, this has been the case. She can speak two languages fluently: her mother tongue, English, a language that rolls off her tongue like rain dripping down a car window in the summer; and Hebrew, a language she has been tripping over since they... Continue Reading →

Turning new olim into reality TV.

Wouldn't it be cheaper to just keep a blog? There is a new show going into production called HaOlim ("The New Immigrants") which is a sort of Real World for new immigrants to Israel. As Jewlicious reports: "So the concept is pretty straightforward. Eight young olim from different countries live together in a big house... Continue Reading →

In appreciation of honesty.

I went for an interview today for an internship possibility for my conflict management course. Details about the interview and the internship itself aside... I walked away from the experience with a totally separate outlook. After we established that I could give the internship a shot - it's an intense task, in short organizing mediators... Continue Reading →

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