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Welcome to a whole new chapter in Kashering Your Life. This is a group project so I have started a Facebook group called ‘We’re Getting Sorted’. Here’s what it’s all about.  https://www.facebook.com/groups/gettingsorted For those of you who have been reading my blog, especially the “About Me’ page, you will see that decluttering my house has […]

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I don’t know how I did it? Oh, wait I didn’t! In March 2015 I started making menu and meal plans for the month and not only did my grocery bill drop but so did my weight!  In the past if I cooked, it was whatever I could stick in an oven because I was […]

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Drownings and near drownings If you own a pool, if your friend owns a pool, if your parents, or anyone you know, owns a pool, then this is for you. When someone falls into a swimming pool you only have around 60 seconds to take action before there is a risk of permanent and, sometimes, […]

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It is December and that means Chanukah for the Jews and Christmas for the Christians. Thank you to the person who gave me the information to write about Chistmas. The story of Chanukah Chanukah is the Jewish Festival of lights. It is an eight day celebration of a miracle that occurred 2000 years ago. The […]

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Distracted Driving

What is that text message worth? Last week I wrote about seat belts.  This week I look at something that causes 25% of all accidents in South Africa. Besides speeding and drunk driving, texting while driving is the biggest cause of road accidents in South Africa. In January 2014 there were a reported 1376 road […]

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Due to the Jewish holidays I haven’t been posting as I would like I and where we should be moving on to week 6, we are only covering week 4. Last post in the financial freedom series covered facing your money fears.  This week we look at being honest about your money. You have analysed […]

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Many, many years ago, (in the dark ages) when I was still at school, we had a subject called Home Economics (now approximately linked to Consumer studies). Now, please don’t question why, I have a Std 7 (Grade 5) Home Economics book from 1992 (I was long gone from school by then). In it is […]

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The most successful diets all use menu planning as part of their weight loss programme. Here’s why. When you decide to go on diet, the first thing that happens is you start wanting the stuff you are no longer supposed to eat. You have had a long day, or you need to be at work […]

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Are you going out tonight? On a Wednesday night I teach a jewellery making class.  We started talking about this new blog and how it was about – among other things – saving money.  One of my students mentioned something I have never heard about. It is called The Entertainment Book. This is apparently something […]

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