Posts in Holidays
Remembering the Past Tastemakers in our Lives

Today I’m asking each of you to take 5 minutes and relive the past Tastemakers in your lives. Your family, friends and colleagues who have inspired you to make up your own recipe, or pull out one of your Mom’s favorite recipes or plan a party for the first or fiftieth time. Celebrate the impact of their influence!

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I.LOVE.WHAT.HALLOWEEN.USED.TO.BE.

Are you missing the…Popcorn balls. Caramel apples. Tootie Rolls. Almond Joy. Sugar Babies. ATOMIC FIREBALLS? Are you tired of…test-tube, lab created pumpkin lattes, soy wax "Fall Fires" candles, iridescent bumper stickers proclaiming " My other ride is a broom!?"

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Reflections of Yom Kippur - Past & Present

Yom Kippur - The Day of Atonement provides an excellent reminder for all of us, regardless of your faith, that being the best version of ourselves enables us to have an enormous impact on our human and physical environments.

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What Is Yom Kippur? The Day of Atonement

chabad.org has been my go to source for learning about Jewish traditions, holidays and the heart of their importance to the Hebrew faith. Yom Kippur begins a few minutes before sundown on 9/18.

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Let's bless each other – endlessly...!

Rabbi Zalman Shmotkin - director@chabad.org addresses our feelings of distress, with our lives disrupted. Anxious and unsettled about the present, many worry about the future. Let us all simply, right here and now, bless everyone we know. That’s right: Let’s shower one another with blessings!

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