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Staying Connected

Ruchama Schnaidman

With families spreading out across the globe and through many different time zones, creating a special family newsletter is a great way to keep everyone connected and in touch.

Wednesday, April 06, 2016

Our family newsletter started when a friend of mine told me that her family puts out a weekly newsletter to keep all of her married siblings in touch. Well, we live in New York and I have siblings in Chicago, St. Louis and South Africa making us the kind of family who could really use an easy way to keep connect. Before we started our family newsletter, because we lived miles apart from each other and had such hectic lives we used to go months without speaking to each other. That was really hard and so when I emailed my siblings with the idea of putting together a family newsletter they were thrilled to join! That’s what got the ball rolling…

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