Month: November 2018


A Poem from the Days I have a little, blue notebook sitting on my bookshelf with almost nothing in it except for a short story I wrote 23 years ago. Sometimes I like to revisit my past. I like to explore complicated emotions from a time in my life that is long behind me. It […]

The Pain is There, and the Time is Now

I was damaged. I was broken and beaten, and lying on the floor trying to recover. And I did so in every way I could. Some were very unhealthy. I ate too much, perhaps drank too much, wasted countless hours just trying to forget my pain. Pain and Distraction That really was the main point, […]

Five Health and Fitness Myths that Need to Die Already

I have been immersed in the world of health and fitness for several years now, and there are several health and fitness myths that pop up time and time again. Their time has long passed and these myths are not only confusing, but they are downright harmful. Wouldn’t it be nice if I had the […]

Eleven Most Defining Moments of My First Two Years in Israel

It’s been two years since I’ve moved back to Israel. There have been ups and downs. Many of both. I’d like to dedicate this post to speaking about the eleven most defining moments of these two years. These are eleven events or moments that had and continue to have an endless impact on the success […]

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