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Make every day more beautiful and more meaningful …
Learn to elevate everything and the kitchen sink.
Jewish women today are thirsting for the right hashkafah, approach, and attitude to assist them in the daily demands of running a Yiddishe home. INSPIRED LIVING is devoted to helping women run their homes more efficiently, entertain with practicality and style, and learn all the clever homemaking and organizing techniques they can get their hands on. INSPIRED LIVING is where you can explore a variety of topics that focus on elevating and enriching the changing lives of today’s Jewish women.
MEET RAIZY FRIED
Raizy Fried is a self-made woman, forging her own path that incorporates sensitivity to her past and forward-thinking for tomorrow. The thousands of women who follow her are drawn to her personality full of wisdom, warmth and love of home and hearth.
Raizy is committed to teaching, innovating, and inspiring women with ideas that make every day more beautiful, more functional, and most of all -- more meaningful.
With her dedication to quality and distinctive style, Raizy elevates the familiar elements of daily life, infusing them with pleasure and confidence that come from the growing sense of mastery and discovery that she fosters in her viewers and readers.
RAIZY’S PHILOSOPHY is that homemaking and life is an art. An opportunity for creativity. A celebration of family, friends, traditions and good food.
Raizy believes that recipes and kitchen hacks alone are not enough.
She believes that the goals of life are achieved not just in what we do, but how we do it. That the true way to maximize the gifts and opportunities that God has granted us is with the right thought. That proper thinking is the path to thriving.
INSPIRED LIVING is treating every chore as an art. INSPIRED LIVING is about having the mindset and attitude that transforms daily living, making it INSPIRED.
Living Life After Loss
Meet Yaffie Begun. This incredible woman who works for the Chevra Kadisha in São Paulo, Brazil, knows a thing or two about loss, life and death.In this solemn, significant conversation, Yaffie discusses the heartbreak and curiosity she experienced after losing two loved ones.
This is a wholehearted conversation about the rawness and reality of loss: the darkness, the guilt, the fear ... There is the endless challenge of insensitive remarks, and the overwhelming anxiety and sadness that overshadows every occasion in life. Yaffie sheds light on how to gather the shards and try the best we can to remain b’simcha and continue living after a loss that never truly leaves us.