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Résumés that bring Results

Miriam Milstein

Whether you’re a recent graduate, returning to the workforce after a child-raising hiatus, or recently laid off, job hunting is never fun. There’s a lot of legwork, endless unreturned calls, and mounds of paperwork. Taking the time to craft a truly stellar résumé can drastically shorten the time you spend job hunting and can make your efforts more effective.

 

Making Little Hearts Whole

Barbara Bensoussan

When Chaya Waks’s son was born with heart problems, it was the start of a small revolution for babies with heart defects and their families

 

Late Bloomer

As told to Leah Gebber

I waited for it. I turned 40, but it didn’t come. Late bloomer, I told myself. Never fear. The time would come. I was almost looking forward to the crisis that must be imminent.



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Rapid Boil or Slow Simmer?
Shoshana Friedman Is that fabled last-minute stroke of brilliance a myth?
Still in Tishrei
Rabbi Moshe Grylak A gift from HaKadosh Baruch Hu called imagination
The Action Is the Reward
Yonoson Rosenblum Each allegation proved more dubious than the one before
G-dless for the People
Eytan Kobre Only believers consistently chose morality in the Gulag
No Way to Run a Business
Rabbi Moshe Friedman There must be a separation between mission and money
Eytan Wiener
Moe Mernick “No such thing as “passive income” or “passive business”
No One Mumbles “Remember Us unto Life”
Rabbi Emanuel Feldman To look with fresh eyes at the familiar and the everyday
We Need You Guys
Jacob L. Freedman “Reb Yitzi, tell him exactly what you told me!”
Warmest Words from the Rebbe
Riki Goldstein An underlying blessing for every married couple
Duet with Dad
Riki Goldstein “Recording this song together was a big deal for me”
Riboin: One Heart
Riki Goldstein “The harmony is a magnet. Love the song”
Good News and Bad News
Riki Goldstein Never take a chance when it comes to Shabbos
Something Rotten in the State of Grape
Faigy Peritzman It’s not enough to look good, we have to be good
Please Don’t Cry!
Sarah Chana Radcliffe Some tears can never be ignored — and others must be
Scale Past Stagnation
Rebbetzin Aviva Feiner Make life’s busyness meaningful by reflecting on the why
Dear Neighbor, Sometimes I Forget
Anonymous They remember Down syndrome but they forget Yaakov