Over the last few weeks, Rabbi Pesach Raymon Yeshiva, in conjunction with their PTA, RPRY Plus, held a very successful Winter Coat Drive. The winter coats and winter accessories were sent to Yad Leah, an organization that aims to alleviate poverty in Israel. Yad Leah collects and distributes new or gently used coats and
The name sounded very familiar when I returned the call last week, but I couldn’t place where from. After talking for a few moments, even the details of the loan scenario sounded familiar. When he said, “but these title costs are even more expensive than what you told me last year … it’s still too much!” – I finally remembered
My mom was terrified of dogs! Growing up as a child on the streets of Borough Park, whenever a dog would appear she would grab my arm and run. Apparently I come from a long line of dog phobic ancestors, as my grandmother was known to have similar fears.
This may seem incongruous with
(StatePoint) When it comes to keeping your home healthy, safe and clean, it’s all about balance. Using the following tips, you can make 2021 the year you perfect your cleaning technique affordably:
Before getting started, wash your
This article is dedicated in honor of International Holocaust Remembrance Day, which falls every year on January 27—the anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz.
Haifa is a beautiful city located in northern Israel that offers its residents a rich quality of life. The country’s third
(BPT) Now is the perfect time to create more living space in your home. Whether you need a place to take a break from daily stressors, get some work done or host friends and family, look no further than your own garage.
For many, the garage is simply a place to park the car, store tools
Debt, as with anything, can be good or bad. Debt management is the key to not digging yourself into a hole that you can’t climb out of. Easier said than done, you say, and I would agree with you. Even those who have substantial incomes still can wind up drowning in debt. It’s totally normal to think that you need to pay for things,
(StatePoint/3M Sponsored Content) Winter has brought with it a resurgence in COVID-19 cases. And while the rollout of preventive vaccines has begun, the manufacture and delivery of sufficient doses to inoculate all Americans will take months. Because the disease can be unpredictable, everyone should take precautions to mitigate its spread,
Someone jokingly asked me if I already got vaccinated because I am in an “essential” industry. We all had a good laugh, but from a financial perspective, one would be hardpressed not to recognize that the mortgage industry was, in fact, a crucial part of economic stability and support for most of 2020. With over $4 trillion in estimated
Hello, homeowners! I am an interior designer from Bergen County and the owner of Design Therapy NJ. I help overwhelmed homeowners navigate their renovation journey. I have worked in the interior design industry since 2005 and hold an interior design degree from Berkeley College. I have worked for a
It was a cold winter night sometime in 1992, and the supposed “quick showing” of a listing of mine was going way longer than expected. Eventually the appointment ended and upon my arrival home I found my husband anxiously waiting at the door … “Where have you been????”
(StatePoint) Thinking of remodeling your home? From safety and security to product and contractor selection, there are many factors to consider.
Follow these eight remodeling tips to help minimize hassles during a renovation:
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