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  • Mask Task

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    My issue with investing in high-end skincare is that I like to see immediate results – hard to achieve when you’re busy staring at that wrinkle. So I tend to buy really quality masks that target specific problems for that Sunday...

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  • Scandi-Less

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    I don’t understand a neutral palette and I don’t do rustic, natural or clean. So it’s no surprise that I’m not a white wall kind of girl. I’m not sure what that says about my personality – the need...

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  • Travel Light

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    The grandmas are eager to get Rafi a graduation gift, as leaving Kindergarten is a big deal at our school. When they made the mistake of asking her what she wanted, she was like, “a princess doll, please.” That’s when I...

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  • Religious Matters

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    Smack in the middle of my dad’s fatal brain cancer diagnosis, he was asked to speak at conferences in both Saudi Arabia and Tel Aviv. When he announced that he was going, we all thought he would come back from the...

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  • Knife Fight

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    We clearly have a problem with utensils in this house. While Gemma, Rafi and I were making avocado and cacao mousse, someone – and I won’t name names, but let’s just say her name rhymes with “Gaddafi” – left the...

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  • Skin Deep

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    I’m not surprised that my new favorite beauty supplement, Raw Complexion’s Skintox, is founded by two Aussie gals, seeing that my last favorite beauty supplement, Super Elixir, is founded by ONE Elle McPhearson. What can I say, these Down Under ladies...

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  • Home Sick

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    This week I found my dream home. It’s white, traditional, was built in the 1930s and has all the elegant, original details from the decade. It’s creeping with pale pink roses and crisp ivy and has a perfectly round patio. But it’s on...

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  • Village Voice

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    I grew up in New York but have been in LA for thirteen years. Over time, my mom and my brother have moved out too and my East Coast friends have slowly left the city, save for my hedge-fundy pals...

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