How I Succeeded in 5774 – My Rosh Hashana Review

I love to begin the New Year with a really luscious New Fruit.
This Rosh Hashana, I am looking forward to a special New Fruit experience. We will eat the pomelos from our tree for the first time ever and say a shechiyanu blessing.
Some of my readers may recall that this pomelo tree caused me dilemmas [...]

Know Exactly Who’s Reading Your Emails and When

I am not not a spy, but sometimes I feel like one. Especially since I started using a really neat tool in my gmail a few months ago.
It’s called Signals and its main function is telling you more about how people interact with the emails you send. A little desktop alert pops up when they open [...]

4 Solid Reasons You Should Buy YourName.com Today

Let’s call her Hannah Haberman.
She’s my client and I’m building a website for her personal brand. So obviously the most appropriate domain name for her site is HannahHaberman.com. In fact, it’s pretty much the only suitable domain for her site, which is all about her ideas, books and projects.
But when I checked the availability of that domain, [...]

Build Your Own WordPress Website – Jerusalem Workshop

Do you want a professional website or blog?
Don’t want to pay someone $1,000+ and get taken for a ride?
Want to be able to maintain your website yourself and have total control?
Want to add in-demand “WordPress Skills” to your resume?

The Jerusalem Hub presents a 2-part hands-on, self-directed beginners WordPress training program for women, on Monday mornings, [...]

My Experience Manufacturing in China: An Israeli’s Story

All the crowd-funding campaigns I’ve ever backed have a special place in my heart. But if I had to name the project that I was most proud to support, it would be this Kickstarter Campaign, run by Ramat Beit Shemesh’s Richard Nachum Kligman last June.
I don’t know Kligman personally, but his idea for a product to give [...]

How I Found Inner Peace in this Time of War

There is a war raging here in Israel.
Though we’re blessedly removed from the front line here in Jerusalem, I can’t escape the images of destruction that dominate the big TV screen when I enter a store; nor the constant talk of rockets raining down on Israel’s biggest cities; nor the procession of visitors coming too [...]