How To Get Yourself To Drink More Water

How much water do you drink in a day? If you think you’re drinking enough water chances are you’re not as most people don’t. The recommended daily intake of water is eight eight-ounce cups minimum (that’s two liters). And, for those of you still in the hot, dry desert climate of Israel (hey shana bet friends 🙂 … Continue reading How To Get Yourself To Drink More Water

Sweetly Bitter

No, not in terms of chocolate. Although, now that we're on that topic, I have been eating way too much of that lately due to my post sem sadness :(. It's an emotional type of bittersweet. It's smiling when reminiscing on the year to feel tears streaming down your cheeks moments later. It's being happy to be … Continue reading Sweetly Bitter

Why A Pre-Pesach”Detox” Is Unnecessary

In a way, it seems like much of the  year leads up to this very  moment - Pesach break. Pesach time, especially if you go home, is a time to begin to solidify who you are and what you want to take out of your year. It's a time to start deciding what qualities you want to take on, … Continue reading Why A Pre-Pesach”Detox” Is Unnecessary

SkinnyJeans&Sundays

“What are you going to miss most about America?” It should have been a hard question, but the answer came too easily. “Skinny jeans and Sundays,” I said as I squeezed the last few sem skirts into my suitcase that definitely weighed over fifty pounds (in case you were wondering, it did, but after lots of … Continue reading SkinnyJeans&Sundays

How to Taste Fall in Israel

Chai tea lattes. Warm butternut squash. Freshly baked apples. Cinnamon. Piles of it. When morning coffee talks switch to afternoon soup dates as you crunch in the colorful leaves on your way home. And I would be remiss not to mention the seasonal Chobani flavors that are only available at this time (pumpkin spice blended anyone?). I could definitely go for … Continue reading How to Taste Fall in Israel