B”H We’ve talked about living a mission driven life many times on this podcast – many of my guests have told us that the path they’re on is really larger than themselves and that because they are doing things with a higher purpose… that is really the secret to them being and achieving whatever it is. Today I have the pleasure to introduce you to an woman I look up
B”H Today’s interview is moving and inspiring. My guest is a cancer survivor. Stacy Middleman is on the show and today we talk about her journey and her new book Dear Cancer, Love Stacy. Stacy is a Houstonian, now living in Austin, TX, a wife and mother of two children. She was diagnosed with breast cancer at the early age of 35 and after a double mastectomy and fully recovering, eight
B”H I hope every one is enjoying the holiday of Sukkot! Later this week we culminate the festivities with the Holiday of Simchat Torah. In a way we’re entering the last stretch of the month of Tishrei and towards this time I start wanting to get my life back into a routine. For me that always translates into organizing, decluttering, paying attention to my spaces, my home etc. Yup, I always go through
B”H Maybe you’ve thought that this year you might want to be braver, more bold, tackle some unchartered territory or maybe the thought of doing that still terrifies you… Often fear gets in the way of us living our best lives and being the best versions of ourselves… Something that my guest today, explored intimately and lived to tell us all about it… I have Michelle Poler on the show
B”H ¡Jewish Latin Princess! El año nuevo a llegado y estamos en los dies días de teshuvá, en preparación a Yom Kippur. Espero que todas están disfrutando de las fiestas de Tishrei y que estén de ánimos alegres. Recuerden que la alegría es al mejor canal para acceder todas las cosas buenas que Di-s nos quiere entregar en nuestra vida y una teshuvá real tiene que ser infundida con alegría.
B”H What would it take for you to totally turn your life upside down? Do an entire 360! How would you change your life if you could suddenly see all of the far-reaching consequences of everything you’ve ever done? Today’s guest has interviewed hundreds of people who have experienced close encounters with death, well more than close, they’ve actually died and come back… And she has found through her interviews
B”H Do you have a love hate relationship with technology? We all do to a certain extent, don’t we? Being plugged so to speak affords us so many wonderful opportunities, flexibility and so on. On the other hand, it can keep us hooked to the point that we’re just not connecting as human beings. As my guest on the show says, “left to our own devices, we’re not connecting.” I
B”H Who thinks they could benefit from working with a life coach? I think it’s very a valuable experience. And today I get to talk to a very special life coach – a life coach who has been doing this way longer than most coaches out there. In addition, you will hear how her background as an Activist and as a Dance Therapist, as well as the challenges she’s faced
B”H The past month has been a whirlwind of amazing things, many of which had me put this audio interview on hold, even though every single day I craved getting to work on it. Bari Tessler is both beautiful inside and outside, and interviewing her has been one of the most enlightening and profound experiences of my work as a blogger in the Jewish lifestyle space. Bari is a remarkable Jewish woman,
B”H Bedikat Chometz (the search for chometz) has finished. Everyone is asleep and I’m ready for tomorrow night! Before we part for Pesach, I wanted to share with you that a couple of months ago The Jewish Herald Voice asked me to submit an article for their Passover Magazine. The article was published last week while I was away in New York. I received this picture from a friend while
B”H Welcome to another episode of JLP Profiles! My dear friend, may I suggest you get yourselves a nice cup of coffee and a quiet corner without interruptions because this JLP Profile deserves a careful reading. The energy and lessons herein will leave you more than inspired. I have the great pleasure to introduce you to someone whom I “met” thanks to social media. Thanks to modern technology and free
B”H I’ll admit that concentration during prayer is not one of my strong points (ok fine, forget concentration, it’s hard enough to get me to sit and pray altogether!) However, the two minutes that I take to light my Shabbat candles every week, are some of the most focused and intense moments, and prayers, of my week.
B”H Fine, the Jewish New Year is long gone, and the Gregorian new year doesn’t mean much to me other than, “Pesach is in four months!” Oh and “why in the world can’t I find a new plan book for 2016 that I like!?” (Slightly neurotic!? Yeah, totally!) Still, I thought it would be fun to take a look at the top posts of 2015 according to number of views