Receiving Gifts and Sharing Them

Often things come into our lives that we weren’t expecting. Perhaps we win a raffle or a lottery, we come into some unexpected money or maybe someone surprises us by treating us to a meal or gifting us in some other way. Every time this happens it can serve as a...

Summer Mitzvahs

It’s June and the kids will be out of school in a few days. Time to suggest simple summer mitzvahs that you can do with or without kids. Here are my top ideas for summer mitzvahs to do with kids. Collect cans and bottles from around your neighborhood and donate...

Give a book (or books) away as a mitzvah

I’m so excited to share this blog post, because it’s meant so much to me. Several weeks ago, I received an email from Jessica Gordon, a mom in New York who was inquiring about purchasing my 1,000 Mitzvahs book as a gift to share with her guests at her...

Recognizing Your Volunteers!

Celebrating National Volunteer Week! Volunteers are the life blood of many organizations. They are the ones who represent your group or association to the world and help promote your message. They are the ambassadors and the gate keepers who’ll help bring others...

One Day Without Shoes?

Today, April 10, 2012 is officially being called “One Day Without Shoes” to raise awareness of the millions of children around the world who do not have adequate footwear and the terrible injury and disease they encounter as a result. Ironically, I debated...

Recommended Grief Books

There are seasons of  loss and grief for each of us. In the past few months, several friends have lost parents and one has just lost a son in an accident. Processing our grief, can be tough work. Though each of us will have different needs when we are grieving, I know...
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