• How to Style a Rosh Hashanah Champagne Cart

    Part of me is ready for the High Holidays, and part of me isn’t. I love the big meals and feels, but somehow I always feel underprepared. So I’m trying to get started with some holiday decor to help me…

  • Rosh Hashanah Glitter Candles

    A few weeks ago, I asked you all what kinds of Rosh Hashanah inspiration you were looking for this year. The big request was for quick and easy DIYs. You know I’m all about that! Today’s craft starts off with…

  • “The Color of Love” by Marra B. Gad

    This summer has been the best, most relaxing summer I’ve had since I was a kid. Or maybe it just feels that way because things feel more normal than they have in a long time. Either way, I’m loving it.…

  • Make Your Own Personalized Bar Sign

    Hooray, it’s Friday! How’s your summer going? I’ve been spending as much time outside soaking up the sun as possible. Today I have the cutest and easiest DIY for you. All you need is a simple frame, a cute swatch of…

  • Summertime Stenciled Challah Covers

    Well, it took a while, but it finally stopped snowing here in Colorado sometime around mid-May. Thank goodness for that! I am more than ready for a nice long summer filled with Shabbat dinners al fresco, pool time, and long…

  • Flower Sour Cocktail

    It’s been a while since I crafted a new cocktail! Are you excited? Because I am. Especially since I’m not a huge sour cocktail fan (aside from margaritas) and I super love this one. It’s the perfect spring blend of…

  • Mini Frozen Coconut Cheesecakes

    Today’s post has been a long time coming. And I don’t even mean my recent hiatus from posting here on the blog. This is a recipe that I created for Shavuot last spring, but we all know how crazy things…

  • Shabbat Hikes in a Jar

    If there’s one thing that I’m truly grateful for, it’s the Jewish blogging community. I learn so much from my peers and friends. Most recently, I’m starting to take Marion’s (My Jewish Mommy Life) advice on Shabbat hikes to heart.…

  • “Liner Notes” by Emily Franklin

    As we get ready for spring, and hopefully a light at the end of the tunnel for travel restrictions and staying home in general, I have been looking more and more for light-hearted summer reads. Liner Notes by Emily Franklin…