Posts tagged Project 929
Why Everyone Should Take on a Jewish Challenge

On a day to day basis, it’s way too easy for personal growth and edification to get pushed to the bottom of my to do list in favor of immediate needs and instant gratification. But when I set a goal, ideally a meaningful, time-bound, measurable mission that I can commit myself to for a period of time, I love jumping in with both feet. And sharing it publicly, seeing my progress, and applying it to my life makes it such a great way to continue my own Jewish learning and exploration.

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Why You Need Your Own Study Practice

Jewish educator confession: sometimes we spend so much time creating experiences for others that our own practices and growth are pushed to the side and neglected. It's way too easy for incredible, passionate educators to get burnt out because they don't take care of their own Jewish needs. Taking on this project, while time consuming, was also a great gift, because it gave me a Jewish outlet that was completely my own, separate from the study that I did to create source sheets for work or to find new materials for my students. 

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