12/4/20 Shabbat Guide

The first Shabbat of December brings with it cold weather, early nightfall, and even more time indoors. To combat that, here are some warm dishes, lights around the city, and activities to keep you busy. As usual, all underlined resources are linked to external sites....

Shabbat Guide 11/27/2020

Shabbat Shalom and Happy Thanksgiving! Whether you're winding down from a long week of planning or cooking or gearing up for holiday shopping, this post has everything you need to make the most of your weekend! Shabbat Post 11-27-20 by Micah Symons

Shabbat Guide 11/20/20

The weather is starting to cool, but that doesn't mean that our weekends have to! Here are some recipes and resources to make the most of this Shabbat. Shabbat Post 11-16-20 by Micah Symons

Shabbat Guide 11/13/20

The weather in Philly is starting to get colder, so here are some recipes and resources to keep you occupied while trying to stay warm. Shabbat Post 11-13-20 by Micah Symons

Shabbat Guide 11/6/20

What a week it's been! We could all use some time away from our newsfeeds, whether that's by cooking up a storm, chilling to some music, or simply getting out of the house and going for a walk. All underlined text is hyperlinked to the resource mentioned. Shabbat Post...

Your All-Inclusive Shabbat Guide for 10/30/20

This is the beginning of a new series in which I'll be compiling some resources and links to aide in your weekly wind-down (aka Shabbat).  Here are a few links to help make your Shabbat restful (in addition to Daylight Savings) and fulfilling (beyond however you might...

I pretended to be a bear for Rosh Hashanah

I’ve always described myself as “nerd adjacent”. My Netflix list is almost entirely made up of documentaries, the highlight of my 21st birthday was that I could go to the Franklin Institute after hours, and my ideal date is spending a full day learning obscure animal...

Are you an Intrapreneurer?!

The Tribe 12 Fellowship - for Entrepreneurs and...Intra-preneurs? Many of you are familiar with the Tribe 12 Fellowship. It’s a leadership and entrepreneurial program for individuals that are dedicated to personal growth, enriching communities, and making Judaism...

Choose Your Own Judaism for 5781

I didn’t fast for Yom Kippur this year. I won’t have the opportunity to sit in a sukkah this year. I’m probably not going to attend services this year. And that’s okay. If the past six months dealing with COVID-19 have taught us anything, it’s that no plans are set in...

12 Questions with Madam President

We sat down with our newly elected President of our Board of Directors and asked her the important questions! Learn more about our fearless leader, Rachel Dukeman, and all about her favorite Jewish foods & celebrities.  12 Questions with Madam President 1. Who are...

12/4/20 Shabbat Guide

The first Shabbat of December brings with it cold weather, early nightfall, and even more time indoors. To combat that, here are some warm dishes, lights around the city, and activities to keep you busy. As usual, all underlined resources are linked to external sites....

Shabbat Guide 11/27/2020

Shabbat Shalom and Happy Thanksgiving! Whether you're winding down from a long week of planning or cooking or gearing up for holiday shopping, this post has everything you need to make the most of your weekend! Shabbat Post 11-27-20 by Micah Symons

Shabbat Guide 11/20/20

The weather is starting to cool, but that doesn't mean that our weekends have to! Here are some recipes and resources to make the most of this Shabbat. Shabbat Post 11-16-20 by Micah Symons

Shabbat Guide 11/13/20

The weather in Philly is starting to get colder, so here are some recipes and resources to keep you occupied while trying to stay warm. Shabbat Post 11-13-20 by Micah Symons

Shabbat Guide 11/6/20

What a week it's been! We could all use some time away from our newsfeeds, whether that's by cooking up a storm, chilling to some music, or simply getting out of the house and going for a walk. All underlined text is hyperlinked to the resource mentioned. Shabbat Post...

Your All-Inclusive Shabbat Guide for 10/30/20

This is the beginning of a new series in which I'll be compiling some resources and links to aide in your weekly wind-down (aka Shabbat).  Here are a few links to help make your Shabbat restful (in addition to Daylight Savings) and fulfilling (beyond however you might...

I pretended to be a bear for Rosh Hashanah

I’ve always described myself as “nerd adjacent”. My Netflix list is almost entirely made up of documentaries, the highlight of my 21st birthday was that I could go to the Franklin Institute after hours, and my ideal date is spending a full day learning obscure animal...

Are you an Intrapreneurer?!

The Tribe 12 Fellowship - for Entrepreneurs and...Intra-preneurs? Many of you are familiar with the Tribe 12 Fellowship. It’s a leadership and entrepreneurial program for individuals that are dedicated to personal growth, enriching communities, and making Judaism...

Choose Your Own Judaism for 5781

I didn’t fast for Yom Kippur this year. I won’t have the opportunity to sit in a sukkah this year. I’m probably not going to attend services this year. And that’s okay. If the past six months dealing with COVID-19 have taught us anything, it’s that no plans are set in...

12 Questions with Madam President

We sat down with our newly elected President of our Board of Directors and asked her the important questions! Learn more about our fearless leader, Rachel Dukeman, and all about her favorite Jewish foods & celebrities.  12 Questions with Madam President 1. Who are...

12/4/20 Shabbat Guide

The first Shabbat of December brings with it cold weather, early nightfall, and even more time indoors. To combat that, here are some warm dishes, lights around the city, and activities to keep you busy. As usual, all underlined resources are linked to external sites....

Shabbat Guide 11/27/2020

Shabbat Shalom and Happy Thanksgiving! Whether you're winding down from a long week of planning or cooking or gearing up for holiday shopping, this post has everything you need to make the most of your weekend! Shabbat Post 11-27-20 by Micah Symons

Shabbat Guide 11/20/20

The weather is starting to cool, but that doesn't mean that our weekends have to! Here are some recipes and resources to make the most of this Shabbat. Shabbat Post 11-16-20 by Micah Symons

Shabbat Guide 11/13/20

The weather in Philly is starting to get colder, so here are some recipes and resources to keep you occupied while trying to stay warm. Shabbat Post 11-13-20 by Micah Symons

Shabbat Guide 11/6/20

What a week it's been! We could all use some time away from our newsfeeds, whether that's by cooking up a storm, chilling to some music, or simply getting out of the house and going for a walk. All underlined text is hyperlinked to the resource mentioned. Shabbat Post...

Your All-Inclusive Shabbat Guide for 10/30/20

This is the beginning of a new series in which I'll be compiling some resources and links to aide in your weekly wind-down (aka Shabbat).  Here are a few links to help make your Shabbat restful (in addition to Daylight Savings) and fulfilling (beyond however you might...

I pretended to be a bear for Rosh Hashanah

I’ve always described myself as “nerd adjacent”. My Netflix list is almost entirely made up of documentaries, the highlight of my 21st birthday was that I could go to the Franklin Institute after hours, and my ideal date is spending a full day learning obscure animal...

Are you an Intrapreneurer?!

The Tribe 12 Fellowship - for Entrepreneurs and...Intra-preneurs? Many of you are familiar with the Tribe 12 Fellowship. It’s a leadership and entrepreneurial program for individuals that are dedicated to personal growth, enriching communities, and making Judaism...

Choose Your Own Judaism for 5781

I didn’t fast for Yom Kippur this year. I won’t have the opportunity to sit in a sukkah this year. I’m probably not going to attend services this year. And that’s okay. If the past six months dealing with COVID-19 have taught us anything, it’s that no plans are set in...

12 Questions with Madam President

We sat down with our newly elected President of our Board of Directors and asked her the important questions! Learn more about our fearless leader, Rachel Dukeman, and all about her favorite Jewish foods & celebrities.  12 Questions with Madam President 1. Who are...

12/4/20 Shabbat Guide

The first Shabbat of December brings with it cold weather, early nightfall, and even more time indoors. To combat that, here are some warm dishes, lights around the city, and activities to keep you busy. As usual, all underlined resources are linked to external sites....

Shabbat Guide 11/27/2020

Shabbat Shalom and Happy Thanksgiving! Whether you're winding down from a long week of planning or cooking or gearing up for holiday shopping, this post has everything you need to make the most of your weekend! Shabbat Post 11-27-20 by Micah Symons

Shabbat Guide 11/20/20

The weather is starting to cool, but that doesn't mean that our weekends have to! Here are some recipes and resources to make the most of this Shabbat. Shabbat Post 11-16-20 by Micah Symons

Shabbat Guide 11/13/20

The weather in Philly is starting to get colder, so here are some recipes and resources to keep you occupied while trying to stay warm. Shabbat Post 11-13-20 by Micah Symons

Shabbat Guide 11/6/20

What a week it's been! We could all use some time away from our newsfeeds, whether that's by cooking up a storm, chilling to some music, or simply getting out of the house and going for a walk. All underlined text is hyperlinked to the resource mentioned. Shabbat Post...

Your All-Inclusive Shabbat Guide for 10/30/20

This is the beginning of a new series in which I'll be compiling some resources and links to aide in your weekly wind-down (aka Shabbat).  Here are a few links to help make your Shabbat restful (in addition to Daylight Savings) and fulfilling (beyond however you might...

I pretended to be a bear for Rosh Hashanah

I’ve always described myself as “nerd adjacent”. My Netflix list is almost entirely made up of documentaries, the highlight of my 21st birthday was that I could go to the Franklin Institute after hours, and my ideal date is spending a full day learning obscure animal...

Are you an Intrapreneurer?!

The Tribe 12 Fellowship - for Entrepreneurs and...Intra-preneurs? Many of you are familiar with the Tribe 12 Fellowship. It’s a leadership and entrepreneurial program for individuals that are dedicated to personal growth, enriching communities, and making Judaism...

Choose Your Own Judaism for 5781

I didn’t fast for Yom Kippur this year. I won’t have the opportunity to sit in a sukkah this year. I’m probably not going to attend services this year. And that’s okay. If the past six months dealing with COVID-19 have taught us anything, it’s that no plans are set in...

12 Questions with Madam President

We sat down with our newly elected President of our Board of Directors and asked her the important questions! Learn more about our fearless leader, Rachel Dukeman, and all about her favorite Jewish foods & celebrities.  12 Questions with Madam President 1. Who are...

12/4/20 Shabbat Guide

The first Shabbat of December brings with it cold weather, early nightfall, and even more time indoors. To combat that, here are some warm dishes, lights around the city, and activities to keep you busy. As usual, all underlined resources are linked to external sites....

Shabbat Guide 11/27/2020

Shabbat Shalom and Happy Thanksgiving! Whether you're winding down from a long week of planning or cooking or gearing up for holiday shopping, this post has everything you need to make the most of your weekend! Shabbat Post 11-27-20 by Micah Symons

Shabbat Guide 11/20/20

The weather is starting to cool, but that doesn't mean that our weekends have to! Here are some recipes and resources to make the most of this Shabbat. Shabbat Post 11-16-20 by Micah Symons

Shabbat Guide 11/13/20

The weather in Philly is starting to get colder, so here are some recipes and resources to keep you occupied while trying to stay warm. Shabbat Post 11-13-20 by Micah Symons

Shabbat Guide 11/6/20

What a week it's been! We could all use some time away from our newsfeeds, whether that's by cooking up a storm, chilling to some music, or simply getting out of the house and going for a walk. All underlined text is hyperlinked to the resource mentioned. Shabbat Post...

Your All-Inclusive Shabbat Guide for 10/30/20

This is the beginning of a new series in which I'll be compiling some resources and links to aide in your weekly wind-down (aka Shabbat).  Here are a few links to help make your Shabbat restful (in addition to Daylight Savings) and fulfilling (beyond however you might...

I pretended to be a bear for Rosh Hashanah

I’ve always described myself as “nerd adjacent”. My Netflix list is almost entirely made up of documentaries, the highlight of my 21st birthday was that I could go to the Franklin Institute after hours, and my ideal date is spending a full day learning obscure animal...

Are you an Intrapreneurer?!

The Tribe 12 Fellowship - for Entrepreneurs and...Intra-preneurs? Many of you are familiar with the Tribe 12 Fellowship. It’s a leadership and entrepreneurial program for individuals that are dedicated to personal growth, enriching communities, and making Judaism...

Choose Your Own Judaism for 5781

I didn’t fast for Yom Kippur this year. I won’t have the opportunity to sit in a sukkah this year. I’m probably not going to attend services this year. And that’s okay. If the past six months dealing with COVID-19 have taught us anything, it’s that no plans are set in...

12 Questions with Madam President

We sat down with our newly elected President of our Board of Directors and asked her the important questions! Learn more about our fearless leader, Rachel Dukeman, and all about her favorite Jewish foods & celebrities.  12 Questions with Madam President 1. Who are...

12/4/20 Shabbat Guide

The first Shabbat of December brings with it cold weather, early nightfall, and even more time indoors. To combat that, here are some warm dishes, lights around the city, and activities to keep you busy. As usual, all underlined resources are linked to external sites....

Shabbat Guide 11/27/2020

Shabbat Shalom and Happy Thanksgiving! Whether you're winding down from a long week of planning or cooking or gearing up for holiday shopping, this post has everything you need to make the most of your weekend! Shabbat Post 11-27-20 by Micah Symons

Shabbat Guide 11/20/20

The weather is starting to cool, but that doesn't mean that our weekends have to! Here are some recipes and resources to make the most of this Shabbat. Shabbat Post 11-16-20 by Micah Symons

Shabbat Guide 11/13/20

The weather in Philly is starting to get colder, so here are some recipes and resources to keep you occupied while trying to stay warm. Shabbat Post 11-13-20 by Micah Symons

Shabbat Guide 11/6/20

What a week it's been! We could all use some time away from our newsfeeds, whether that's by cooking up a storm, chilling to some music, or simply getting out of the house and going for a walk. All underlined text is hyperlinked to the resource mentioned. Shabbat Post...

Your All-Inclusive Shabbat Guide for 10/30/20

This is the beginning of a new series in which I'll be compiling some resources and links to aide in your weekly wind-down (aka Shabbat).  Here are a few links to help make your Shabbat restful (in addition to Daylight Savings) and fulfilling (beyond however you might...

I pretended to be a bear for Rosh Hashanah

I’ve always described myself as “nerd adjacent”. My Netflix list is almost entirely made up of documentaries, the highlight of my 21st birthday was that I could go to the Franklin Institute after hours, and my ideal date is spending a full day learning obscure animal...

Are you an Intrapreneurer?!

The Tribe 12 Fellowship - for Entrepreneurs and...Intra-preneurs? Many of you are familiar with the Tribe 12 Fellowship. It’s a leadership and entrepreneurial program for individuals that are dedicated to personal growth, enriching communities, and making Judaism...

Choose Your Own Judaism for 5781

I didn’t fast for Yom Kippur this year. I won’t have the opportunity to sit in a sukkah this year. I’m probably not going to attend services this year. And that’s okay. If the past six months dealing with COVID-19 have taught us anything, it’s that no plans are set in...

12 Questions with Madam President

We sat down with our newly elected President of our Board of Directors and asked her the important questions! Learn more about our fearless leader, Rachel Dukeman, and all about her favorite Jewish foods & celebrities.  12 Questions with Madam President 1. Who are...

12/4/20 Shabbat Guide

The first Shabbat of December brings with it cold weather, early nightfall, and even more time indoors. To combat that, here are some warm dishes, lights around the city, and activities to keep you busy. As usual, all underlined resources are linked to external sites....

Shabbat Guide 11/27/2020

Shabbat Shalom and Happy Thanksgiving! Whether you're winding down from a long week of planning or cooking or gearing up for holiday shopping, this post has everything you need to make the most of your weekend! Shabbat Post 11-27-20 by Micah Symons

Shabbat Guide 11/20/20

The weather is starting to cool, but that doesn't mean that our weekends have to! Here are some recipes and resources to make the most of this Shabbat. Shabbat Post 11-16-20 by Micah Symons

Shabbat Guide 11/13/20

The weather in Philly is starting to get colder, so here are some recipes and resources to keep you occupied while trying to stay warm. Shabbat Post 11-13-20 by Micah Symons

Shabbat Guide 11/6/20

What a week it's been! We could all use some time away from our newsfeeds, whether that's by cooking up a storm, chilling to some music, or simply getting out of the house and going for a walk. All underlined text is hyperlinked to the resource mentioned. Shabbat Post...

Your All-Inclusive Shabbat Guide for 10/30/20

This is the beginning of a new series in which I'll be compiling some resources and links to aide in your weekly wind-down (aka Shabbat).  Here are a few links to help make your Shabbat restful (in addition to Daylight Savings) and fulfilling (beyond however you might...

I pretended to be a bear for Rosh Hashanah

I’ve always described myself as “nerd adjacent”. My Netflix list is almost entirely made up of documentaries, the highlight of my 21st birthday was that I could go to the Franklin Institute after hours, and my ideal date is spending a full day learning obscure animal...

Are you an Intrapreneurer?!

The Tribe 12 Fellowship - for Entrepreneurs and...Intra-preneurs? Many of you are familiar with the Tribe 12 Fellowship. It’s a leadership and entrepreneurial program for individuals that are dedicated to personal growth, enriching communities, and making Judaism...

Choose Your Own Judaism for 5781

I didn’t fast for Yom Kippur this year. I won’t have the opportunity to sit in a sukkah this year. I’m probably not going to attend services this year. And that’s okay. If the past six months dealing with COVID-19 have taught us anything, it’s that no plans are set in...

12 Questions with Madam President

We sat down with our newly elected President of our Board of Directors and asked her the important questions! Learn more about our fearless leader, Rachel Dukeman, and all about her favorite Jewish foods & celebrities.  12 Questions with Madam President 1. Who are...

12/4/20 Shabbat Guide

The first Shabbat of December brings with it cold weather, early nightfall, and even more time indoors. To combat that, here are some warm dishes, lights around the city, and activities to keep you busy. As usual, all underlined resources are linked to external sites....

Shabbat Guide 11/27/2020

Shabbat Shalom and Happy Thanksgiving! Whether you're winding down from a long week of planning or cooking or gearing up for holiday shopping, this post has everything you need to make the most of your weekend! Shabbat Post 11-27-20 by Micah Symons

Shabbat Guide 11/20/20

The weather is starting to cool, but that doesn't mean that our weekends have to! Here are some recipes and resources to make the most of this Shabbat. Shabbat Post 11-16-20 by Micah Symons

Shabbat Guide 11/13/20

The weather in Philly is starting to get colder, so here are some recipes and resources to keep you occupied while trying to stay warm. Shabbat Post 11-13-20 by Micah Symons

Shabbat Guide 11/6/20

What a week it's been! We could all use some time away from our newsfeeds, whether that's by cooking up a storm, chilling to some music, or simply getting out of the house and going for a walk. All underlined text is hyperlinked to the resource mentioned. Shabbat Post...

Your All-Inclusive Shabbat Guide for 10/30/20

This is the beginning of a new series in which I'll be compiling some resources and links to aide in your weekly wind-down (aka Shabbat).  Here are a few links to help make your Shabbat restful (in addition to Daylight Savings) and fulfilling (beyond however you might...

I pretended to be a bear for Rosh Hashanah

I’ve always described myself as “nerd adjacent”. My Netflix list is almost entirely made up of documentaries, the highlight of my 21st birthday was that I could go to the Franklin Institute after hours, and my ideal date is spending a full day learning obscure animal...

Are you an Intrapreneurer?!

The Tribe 12 Fellowship - for Entrepreneurs and...Intra-preneurs? Many of you are familiar with the Tribe 12 Fellowship. It’s a leadership and entrepreneurial program for individuals that are dedicated to personal growth, enriching communities, and making Judaism...

Choose Your Own Judaism for 5781

I didn’t fast for Yom Kippur this year. I won’t have the opportunity to sit in a sukkah this year. I’m probably not going to attend services this year. And that’s okay. If the past six months dealing with COVID-19 have taught us anything, it’s that no plans are set in...

12 Questions with Madam President

We sat down with our newly elected President of our Board of Directors and asked her the important questions! Learn more about our fearless leader, Rachel Dukeman, and all about her favorite Jewish foods & celebrities.  12 Questions with Madam President 1. Who are...