What’s the Scariest Part of Chanukah? (2023)

What’s the Scariest Part of Chanukah? (2023)   As Chanukah is about to settle in here, I found my mind swirling with ideas.    First thing that comes to mind- Fear.   I think of fear because I know so many people have a huge fear around Chanukah – DONUTS, LATKES, FRIED OREOS, FRIED PICKLES.…

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Pre-Pesach Tips 2022

In this episode, I go solo and discuss tips and ideas around this busy season of the Pesach holiday. I had high hopes for this podcast putting it out right before Pesach, it’s Tuesday today and Pesach starts Friday night, so it’s very very close. I don’t know about you but in the months and…

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Pesach Self-Care Plan

In this episode, I go solo to provide some tips during this busy time of year. I want to talk about the upcoming holiday of Passover/Pesach. What’s going on for me and how I’m getting ready for it, physically and emotionally and I thought this would be something that’s helpful to share. I want you…

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The Nine Days of Mourning

Sadness. Grief. Loss. Hope. Change. Crying. Relief The cycle continues. Hope. Change. Relief. Grief. Fear. Fear of moving on, forgetting, remembering when you don’t want too. Being too busy and not busy enough. Finding comfort in healthy things- but what about unhealthy things? The balance. The pull. The draw. Never knowing if you are on…

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Ep. 32: Shevi Samet: Does Guilt Have a Role in our Relationship with Food?

Shevi grew up in a home that was very health conscious. Her home wasn’t food restrictive but it was definitely fat-phobic, which turned her into a chronic dieter. Both of her sisters struggled with eating disorders, so she was always surrounded by food consciousness. No matter how much she weighed, she wanted to weigh 15…

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Rosh Hashanah: A New Year

Rosh Hashanah can be a difficult time of year for some, even me. This time of year is hard for me. I assume it will be like this for the rest of my life. Two years ago on Rosh Hashanah my mother entered the ICU and never came home. Two years ago and it is…

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