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Last Year’s Popular Seder Companion Returns With New and Expanded Content

(Courtesy of Hakol B’Seder Haggadah Guide) The sequel to Bari Mitzmann’s hit Seder Guide adds to its winning formula of inspiration with guest contributions, original artwork, a print option and more.

When COVID-19 changed how we celebrated Pesach last year, Bari Mitzmann responded with “HaKol B’Seder,” a Seder Guide that used the Seder format as a vehicle for meditation, introspection and growth. The downloadable companion struck a chord with many women who felt alone and anxious as they prepared to make Pesach alone for the first time.

Mitzmann, a content creator, influencer, and host of the hit podcast “Women of Valor,” is no stranger to the needs many women have these days. “The messages I put out center around embracing the challenges each of us have, in that they don’t have to limit us,” Mitzmann said. Her work frequently touches on difficult and personal subjects ranging from modesty to chronic illness to mental-health struggles.

This year, a new edition of “HaKol B’Seder” builds on last year’s themes with fresh, expanded content. “I feel that over this past year, we’ve all looked inward to find meaning in every facet of our lives,” Mitzmann said. “My hope is that this work helps women tap into that feeling to find redemption and hope for the future.”

With that in mind, she has teamed up with musicians, teachers, bloggers and other phenomenal Jewish women to make the Seder meaningful and accessible to women everywhere. The guide covers an array of timely topics, including mindfulness, wellbeing, and, of course, Pesach during COVID-19, using an upbeat, friendly approach.

Also included this year are an exclusive audio meditation and new Kosher l’Pesach recipes. Together with colorful custom artwork by Hadassa Goldberg, “HaKol B’Seder” acts to enhance the Haggadah and Seder experience and generate new discussions around familiar rituals.

Those interested can pre-order a digital or print copy and have the option of sponsoring a copy for another woman.

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