Trigger Warning: Discussion of eating disorders and Halloween candy. Read More Practice Practice Practice!
Passover is one of the many Jewish holidays that is celebrated with a ritual feast. A feast filled with symbolic foods and a prescribed schedule for when to eat these foods. Depending upon how observant the participants are, there is a wide range of recipes for the ritual readings at a Passover Seder. Read More Why IS This Night Different from all Other Nights? (Or Is It?)
And the seasons they go round and round”¦
As Spring approaches, I find myself thinking about the cyclical nature of life. This isn’t very deep or profound; the circular pattern of the seasons is a topic of contemplation, poetry, and prose with a long history. Depending on my frame of mind, this repetition, or redundancy can trigger feelings of despair, stagnancy, being stuck in patterns that just won’t move… just won’t budge. Considering that Spring is supposed to be about new beginnings, Spring cleaning and fresh starts, adds additional pressure to someone, like myself, trying to be patient with incremental change. Read More The Circle Game*
Every February, New York City hosts an international extravaganza of fashion. Year after year, despite an increasing amount of public protest and outrage about the lack of size diversity among the models, the images associated with Fashion Week remain unchanged. Read More Fashion Weak
Dateline: December 13, 1969: a day that would live – well, for me at least – in infamy. Read More P-Mag Nostalgia Project: 1969 with Dr. Deah