Wednesday 22 May 2019

Dinner is served. Part 2 of 2.

BY MICAELA BLITZ  RECAP: Debbie would be the first to admit that she is not the world’s best cook, which is why she is freaking...

Behind the Business Card – Patricia Elbaz – Technical Analyst

Patricia Elbaz is a technical analyst who works with clients on a freelance basis offering foreign exchange and equity analysis to forecast market moves....

Behind the business card, Shosh Waldman – Papercut Fingers

Shosh Waldman has over a decade of experience working in the world of design and printing, having previously worked as Senior Designer at Kisharon...

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...

Woman of Worth – Rebbetzen Freda Kaplan

Community Rebbetzen Freda Kaplan was born in Edgware, but moved to Israel with her family when she was sixteen. Whilst living there she completed...

Behind the business card – Rachel Jaysan – Rachel Jaysan Family Mediation

Having practised as a specialist family solicitor for over 10 years, Rachel has an excellent understanding of the legal system, in particular family law....

Woman of Worth – Amy Braier

Amy Braier, Director of the Pears Foundation, was honoured with a special award recently recognising her commitment to the Jewish community. The JFN JJ...

Winter’s here, so get the Gear! Dressing Kids for the Cold.

When it comes to winter, dressing ourselves and more importantly our children, it becomes not only a question of aesthetics but also quality. A...

A tranquil touch

Rachel Saul successfully balances a full-time job as a mother along with her work as a massage therapist, aiming to heal body, mind and...

Behind the business card – Emily Ben E’ev – Emily’s Adventures in Wonderland

After working for many years in education, Emily Ben-Ze’ev has recently set up her own business, ‘Emily’s Adventures in Wonderland’, which incorporates her experience...

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