Monday 23 April 2018

Double Vision – Chapter 1/4

By Naomi Frankel FICTION CHAPTER 1 OF 4 Talia Bergson had a difficult upbringing – a demanding, hypercritical father and a mild-mannered mother. She moved on, married Alex...

Behind the business card – Gabriella Shemtov Floral

When Gabriella decided to sign up to a floristry course on a whim, she did not realise that it would lead to a successful...

Behind the business card – Ariella Levy

Ariella Levy is a trained play therapist for children and a women’s mentor, supporting women from before and during birth and throughout their children’s...

Dena Brown

Dena Brown trained with Penina’s clinic and now uses her expertise in her freelance career as a mobile make-up artist. The Jewish Weekly spoke...

Behind the business card – Samantha Strong – Strong Wills

For many the idea of writing a will can be a daunting task, and often something that they don’t really want to think about,...

What she doesn’t know Part 2 of 3

Lucy looked at the calendar hanging on the kitchen wall and sighed. Not long now until her birthday, and she was starting to feel...

BEHIND THE BUSINESS CARD – EXCEL NURSERIES

For many working mothers, finding full time Jewish childcare for their young children can be tricky, and this was definitely the case for fulltime...

Behind the Business Card – Evelyn Diamond – Essentially Medical

Essentially Medical, an independent medical education company, was started by Shenley-based Evelyn Diamond in 2004. After 10 years of working as Marketing Manager in...

Double Vision – Chapter 3/4

Naomi Frankel I stand rooted to the spot. My eyes are fixed on a dark patch on the wall opposite, which has started to spin. “Talia?...

Cross Lines

Part 3 of 3 The rest of the evening with Daniel went very well, but I found myself somewhat distracted and was keen to get...

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