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Mimi Hecht (Notik)

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Mimi Hecht (Notik) is a young mother living in Brooklyn, New York. She is a freelance writer, with a passion for portraying the truth and humor in being a woman, wife and mom.
Having a real life in my hands only generated more loss of life in my head. Sure, I was smart enough to feed, bathe and care for my child. I kept a very organized diaper bag and was on my toes with everything baby-related. But when it came to life in gene...
The public is enamored by videos of Ardi’s smoking because he is a baby acting like an adult. But in Ardi’s defense, he couldn’t be acting more like a baby! After all, what is a baby if not a little vulnerable sponge, soaking up our every mood, word, and—...
A Response to Jillian Michaels
When you think pregnancy, all you imagine are stretch marks. When you hear baby, you just see flab. To you, growing a child is a "that" - not a feminine experience. This attitude is the antithesis of all that is womanly. You may have a great body, and you...
At the urging of Rabbi Dovid Tiechtel, co-director of the Chabad Center for Jewish Student Life, the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign now gives their students the option of eating kosher meals every day.
In the weeks following the death of Charlotte Rohr, a network of campus-based Chabad-Lubavitch women emissaries and their students pledged to learn the Tanya.
In its two years of operation, the Jewish Learning Network has paired some 1,500 people with volunteer teachers through the phone lines. A couple in Chicago and a woman in Northampton, England, are among those who have been assisted by the service.
University-based Chabad Houses across the United States flung open their doors for late-night study sessions and Midnight Breakfasts designed to make the end-of-semester study season a bit more relaxing for students.
For Rabbi Shaya and Goldie Gansbourg, taking the wrong bus home opened up a world of Jewish opportunities in Harlem.
The Jewish Children’s Museum’s Chanukah workshop was a hit with kids and parents who were shopping at the Macy’s flagship department store on 34th Street in Manhattan.
Chabad-Lubavitch of Pittsburgh lit a Chanukah menorah in front of the building that 20 years ago set off a legal showdown that went all the way to the U.S. Supreme Court.
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