Food · Jewish Living · Running

From Marathon to Matzah: Thoughts on freedom, feminism, family, and a few things in between.

The only thing crazier than running a marathon is doing so on the same day as your family seder. Yeah. That happened yesterday. Can I tell you about it over this veggie burger? Actually, multitasking is kind of hard. I’m currently texting with my sister: *heel 😉 ‘scuse my spelling and swearing. Tangent: Why do… Continue reading From Marathon to Matzah: Thoughts on freedom, feminism, family, and a few things in between.

Golden Retrievers · Jewish Living · Lifestyle · Running · Training Log

Marathon Training Week 4 Recap

Monday – Rest Day Did helllllla laundry folding. Had the realization that my winter running sweater/jacket game is pretty strong 🙂 I may or may not already be thinking of costume ideas for the Hippie Chick women’s run in May… Monday night lying in bed my legs definitely felt the cumulative fatigue that HMM is… Continue reading Marathon Training Week 4 Recap

Bible Study · Jewish Living

{Bible Study} 4 Lamentation Verses For When You’re Feeling Blue

Hi friend 🙂 Remember awhile back when I posted these thoughts on Psalm 1:3? Well, this post will be in a similar vein. I think everyone can appreciate wisdoms to be gleaned from ancient writings, whether you are Christian, Jewish, Muslim, Hindu, Buddhist, Agnostic, Atheist, None of these, All of these, yada yada yada. It is… Continue reading {Bible Study} 4 Lamentation Verses For When You’re Feeling Blue

Food · Golden Retrievers · Jewish Living · Oregon Lifestyle · Weekend Recaps

Weekend Recap #19: Much needed R&R

Hi friend :). This is my first post in December. Sorry to leave you hanging. I was thinking I might take December as an unannounced blogging sabbatical but what do you know, I feel like posting tonight :). But can I be frank? The past few weeks have knocked me off my ass a little bit. Is… Continue reading Weekend Recap #19: Much needed R&R

Jewish Living · Words of Wisdom

On Being Jewish Out Loud

Hi. My name is Rebecca, and I am a Jew. The word: Jew. Are you uncomfortable yet? Did your breath catch, every so slightly? Did your chest tighten? Did you get an inexplicable unsettling lurch in you stomach? Truth: Sometimes the word Jew causes that reaction for me. And I can say that, without fear… Continue reading On Being Jewish Out Loud