Thank you and Happy Rosh Hashanah (Jewish New Year)!

Thank you so much for those of you who read my posts and/or subscribe to my blog! I appreciate all of your comments and feedback and hope my blog is helpful to you! I apologize for the lack of posts these last few weeks as I am now taking a graduate education class, in addition... Continue Reading →

Time to get ready for the 2012 High Holidays!

Rosh Hashanah (the Jewish New Year) is just 17 days away and I am realizing it is time to start our preparations. As I have mentioned before in my posts on getting ready for Pesach (Passover), I have a checklist to help me get ready for each holiday. It really helps me not forget anything that... Continue Reading →

Gratitude is always cheap!

We have been so fortunate that during our tough times since becoming parents (two pregnancy bedrests, hospital stays for me before all our boys were born and for them many weeks after, and the challenges of being parents to newborn triplets) to be the recipients of much support, meals, volunteers, and gifts for us and our... Continue Reading →

Putting away Pesach

(updated 4/16/17) Cleaning up after Pesach can be a very tiring job and one we are not always so good about doing right away, especially with Yom Tov often ending late at night. Of course, putting the kitchen back in order has to be done, but sometimes packing everything up and putting away our Pesach... Continue Reading →

The advantage of buying paper goods online

For the past several years I have ordered paper goods and aluminum pans for Pesach (and sometimes during the year if needed) from online retailers. I have saved hundreds of dollars over shopping locally. I have included a comparison of prices for Webstaurantstore.com, KitchenDance, Restockit, Papergoods.com, Sam's Club, Party City, Costco, and Target. I was unable to... Continue Reading →

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