My top reads of the summer

I normally save my book recommendations for the end of the year, but I've read so many good ones this summer, I decided to do an intermittent list. My book preferences are a mix of fiction (typically YA or suspense, especially with an unreliable narrator), theology, biography, and memoir. This summer in particular has focused … Continue reading My top reads of the summer

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The battle for self-acceptance: hair and faith edition

I’ve written before about how my curly hair is an outward marker of my Jewish identity (ethnically speaking). I want to revisit that subject today, because it took me over 25 years to find the right haircut. 25+ years of having stylists consult other stylists in front of me because they had no idea how … Continue reading The battle for self-acceptance: hair and faith edition