Oh, Well! (1)

Consider “Oh, Well.”

“Oh, Well.” Profound, right? But, you know what? These two words may be a great consideration for you the next time you get stuck. Most of our stuck stories have to do with something that has already happened. Which is in the past. Which we have no control over. Because it already happened. A second […]

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The Importance of Order

During the start of my annual deep house-cleaning the other day, I had a flashback to a time when I was a child in Hebrew school. In the weeks leading up to Passover, I remembered my teacher, Mrs. Furman teaching us that the word “Seder” means “Order”. And with that, we learned that the “Seder” […]

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Stuck on “What Do You Mean You Don’t Want to Publish My Next Book?”

Ever since the publication of my book (and in the year leading up to it’s publication), I have been offering Getting unSTUCK coaching programs in group and 1:1 formats. A big part of the Getting unSTUCK program is the writing component. I emphasize the importance of writing one’s “stuck” stories onto paper, as a way to […]

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Consider Not Alone

Stuck on Neglecting Myself… Again!?!

Here I go. I did it again. I neglected myself. Agh.  Why, God, why do I do this to myself? Winter approached and suddenly all my good health routines began to slowly diminish until they dissipated into extinction. I got lax on my daily exercise. Same for my mindful eating practice. And I feel it […]

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Not STUCK at My Party

We had a party on Saturday night. Long story short, it was a party intended for our entire community, but only a handful of people showed up. At the end of the night, my husband asked me if I was disappointed – and I immediately responded, “No! I had an awesome time!” That was the […]

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Stuck on “Yes, I Check My Emails, Thank You Very Much!”

Even though 2017 has just begun, parents in Israel are already beginning to register their children for school next year. Yet, this process isn’t as easy at it seems, for where I live, there are numerous educational options. There’s the religious Orthodox school, the secular school, the religious/secular school, the Democratic school, the Waldorf school, the […]

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