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2010 in review

The stats helper monkeys at WordPress.com mulled over how this blog did in 2010, and here’s a high level summary of its overall blog health:

The Blog-Health-o-Meter™ reads This blog is doing awesome!.
Crunchy numbers

A Boeing 747-400 passenger jet can hold 416 passengers. This blog was viewed about 1,700 times in 2010. That’s about 4 full 747s.

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By |January 6th, 2011|Inspiration|0 Comments

draidls, caneidls, and latkes, oh my!

Time for a Chanukah post – the holiday starts tonight! Better get cracking on a new design. Ideas, anyone? Latke-land? Light in the darkness? Draidl draidl draidl? Stay tuned. In the meantime, I’ll post this special Chanukah zebra that a friend had forwarded to me.

And here we go: my Grandmother’s Latke recipe, on my Chanukah […]

wordpress makes it easy to build websites

Here’s an example of a simple, informative website which I created using WordPress, by customizing a fairly minimalist template. Other benefits of developing with WordPress are the CMS – content management system – so that clients can edit their content without knowing programming. And, WordPress is inherently built for optimal searches. More info at oncomet.com […]

evoking the sacred thru devotional dance

For Turtle Island Yoga’s fundraiser, Nubia Teixeira will be presenting an Odissi Recital. Inspirational! Download PDF.

By |November 9th, 2010|2. BRANDING + MARKETING MATERIAL|0 Comments

the sound of the shofar – le’shona tova

May the blast of the shofar bring with it a calling to consciousness, and a sense of cleansing, purifying, cleaning out – a readiness to move forward into the fresh new year.

Shana – Year – is related to the Hebrew word for change.
Chodesh – the word for month – is related to the Hebrew word […]

return of the torahs: animated news on the move

As Kol Shofar got ready for the community to move back in to the newly renovated building, a blog on their website made it easy to post informal updates in video form, picture galleries, building updates, links to relevant pages, etc., helping to keep everyone up to date.

The flexibility with which this website was designed […]

day of the dead in san rafael

Always love working with great material, and this is great material! “Odissi, Oriza and Original Dance in celebration of Day of the Dead” unites different cultures to honor our ancestors and the eternal cycles of birth, death and rebirth. This wonderful event, organized by Nubia Teixeria, takes place November 1, 7 PM at Open Secret […]

By |July 20th, 2010|2. BRANDING + MARKETING MATERIAL|0 Comments

drawn to notes and doodles

Why print on one side if you can print on both?

PSPrint does a great job, and doesn’t charge a whole lot. And now I have this snazzy note-taking side for my cards, which I’ve noticed people are particularly drawn to, no pun intended.

already rave reviews!

coming to a coast near you

This brochure is fresh off the presses ….  Download it here.

Also, the Ruach Ha’Aretz’s website has info on all their programs, including these fabulous-sounding week-long summer retreats.