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Your Financial Planning Options

 
01-12-2014  |  By: Easy Life |  (0) Post comment »  |  Read comments »
 
Financial planning can help you achieve your financial goals if there are short term targets or long term independence. Planning your finances starts now and its a misconception that planning is something for the future. We deal with some of the decisions you have to make to start planning and interesting opportunities that can help you arrive at your goals
 

Social Media on Fire in Israel

 
12-25-2013  |  By: Easy Life |  (0) Post comment »  |  Read comments »
 
Social Media has developed into a world of its own. With a number of web based communities allowing for a whole range of services. These services are based mostly  in America and have mainly provided for the English speaking community. Coming to Israel, people are not always aware of the services available in Israel and those new to the society. Its clear from these social websites that that as much as there is great thing happening around the world, Israel is as rich and as current as ever before.
 

Things to do during the winter in Tel Aviv

 
12-10-2013  |  By: Easy Life |  (0) Post comment »  |  Read comments »
 
The winter has arrived and its time to look at things we can do while is raining outside. Israel is naturally a Mediterranean country leaning to living in a hot climate but when it rains there is actually a great things to do.  Let us look at Tel Aviv to see whats available during the winter months.
 

Great Selection of Laptops Available in Israel

 
10-10-2013  |  By: Phillipa Heathly |  (0) Post comment »  |  Read comments »
 

Technology plays a big part in our lives and the need to be connected on the go is ever present. We discuss here of the latest laptop offered on the market and available here  in Israel.   

A great all purpose computer is the Acer V5-552G-X414. It has a great design with some great hard ware that packs a punch. You wont have to wait for it to boot up and for the average user provides enough performance to really get your tasks done. Sitting down to watch a movie or some movie clips will be great experience with a 15.6-inch, 1366-by-768-pixel display. Gamers will not be disappointed with this computer as a introductory level with great resolution of 1024 by 768. You might expect the keyboard to be average in this laptops class but the keyboard performance beyond expectation perfect for students or bloggers alike. Its touchpad is probably its only obvious weakness but on the whole its a solid offering. The Acer V5 weighs 4.41 pounds and the keyboard is a far cry from other Acer keyboard offerings. The mouse is not as responsive as we had hoped. The V5 lost out on offering storage and memory ports where many laptops deliver. 

 

Yom Haatzmaut: Appreciating the Freedoms and Independence We Have

 
04-13-2013  |  By: Easy Life |  (0) Post comment »  |  Read comments »
 
Cities across Israel are being decorated in white and blue and Israeli flags are being hung everywhere to prepare for the upcoming monumental day of Yom Haatzmaut, Israel Independence Day. Yom Haatzmaut inevitably follows after Yom Hazikaron, Israel Memorial Day in which memorial services are held for fallen soldiers and victims of terror throughout Israel.
 

Yom Hazikaron: Should it still Matter to Us?

 
04-13-2013  |  By: Easy Life |  (0) Post comment »  |  Read comments »
 
Everyone living in Israel has been affected by terrorism and wars one way or the other. Any Israeli you meet will know of someone who perished in the terror attacks or in one of the wars. But what does it mean to those who did not fight in any of the wars or experienced terrorism in Israel first hand? While the idea of honoring the memories of those who fell during these tragic moments may seem commendable to us, what does it mean to mourn for the loss of someone or something that we never had?
 

Maimouna-A-Moroccan-Post-Passover-Festival

 
04-07-2013  |  By: Easy Life |  (0) Post comment »  |  Read comments »
 
Sephardic customs and traditions reflect the Jewish culture that has flourished for many centuries from Spain, Portugal, the Middle East, North Africa, to Israel.  From an array of exotic cuisines, music, and interesting customs practiced at the Passover table and after the holiday, observing the Sephardic customs and traditions is always exciting and eventful.  
 

A Newlyweds Guide to Surviving Passover with the In-Laws

 
03-17-2013  |  By: Easy Life |  (0) Post comment »  |  Read comments »
 
Youve been married for a couple of months and Passover is almost here. Most families get together and spend the holidays with one another. Naturally, you prefer to be in a more familiar environment as you are still adjusting to being married and dealing with your spouses family. They may feel awkward around you too, especially if its their first time encountering their children in-law. While you would feel more comfortable being around your parents and siblings, you cant neglect your spouses family either. If you are spending the holidays with your in-laws for the first time, this is what you need to do.
 

Bamba: A Tale of a Peanut Allergy

 
03-07-2013  |  By: Easy Life |  (0) Post comment »  |  Read comments »
 
Peanut allergies are one of the most popular food allergies among young children. Consequently, peanuts are fraught with controversy among those with young families.  Surprising new results on the prevalence of food allergies in children suggest that introducing highly allergenic foods to babies at a young age may play a role in preventing allergies in children as they get older.
 

How Games Can Enhance Brain Development in Children

 
03-06-2013  |  By: Easy Life |  (0) Post comment »  |  Read comments »
 
A babys brain at birth contains 100 billion neurons. A trillion of brain-cell connections called the neural synapses will grow during toddlerhood. Neural synapses are not connected together through stimulation are pruned and lost during a child's school years. Although an infant's brain does have some neurological hard wiring such as the ability to learn any language, it is more pliable and more vulnerable than an adult's brain. Interestingly enough, a toddler's brain has twice as many neural connections as an adult's brain.
 

Dealing with Domestic Violence

 
02-10-2013  |  By: Easy Life |  (0) Post comment »  |  Read comments »
 
Domestic violence and abuse can happen to anyone, yet the problem is often overlooked, excused, or denied. This is especially true when the abuse is psychological, rather than physical. In certain communities, domestic violence is considered taboo and most people prefer not to talk about it. Noticing and acknowledging the signs of an abusive relationship are the first step to ending it. No one should live in fear of the person they love. If you recognize yourself or someone you know in the following warning signs and descriptions of abuse, reach out. There is help available.
 

Home Remedies for The Common Cold

 
02-05-2013  |  By: Easy Life |  (0) Post comment »  |  Read comments »
 
Every year, millions of people experience the common cold worldwide.While winters in Israel are considerably warmer than in most countries, people can still be at risk for catching the cold. Especially if they are not dressed warmly or negligent of their personal hygiene. Common colds regularly affect both adults and children and are more likely to occur during the months of fall or winter. Common colds refer to an infection of the upper respiratory tract and are caused by a virus. There is no known cure for the common cold, and treatments are generally aimed at providing relief from the symptoms.
 

Chicken Soup for The Soul

 
01-08-2013  |  By: Easy Life |  (0) Post comment »  |  Read comments »
 

A lot of you may be familiar with the series of Chicken Soup for The Soul books. These books feature a collection of short and dense inspirational stories and motivational essays. The name "Chicken Soup for the Soul" was chosen for this series because of the use of chicken soup as a home remedy for the sick, and therefore it was "good for the body." The inspirational stories included in this series were meant to be "good for the soul.


 

New Years or Sylvester?

 
01-06-2013  |  By: Easy Life |  (0) Post comment »  |  Read comments »
 
New Years Eve in Israel has become bigger and bigger in recent years, and whilst not officially celebrated, and there are now hundreds of New Years Eve parties across Israel, as well as many other special events, which cater to all musical, cultural, and social tastes. New Years in Israel is known as Sylvester, and parties are known as Sylvester parties. From the bustling Sylvester parties in Tel Avivs many nightclubs to special concerts and local events, its not too difficult to locate a local New Years event.
 

Shwarma, Felafel, and Hummus, Oh My!

 
12-27-2012  |  By: Easy Life |  (0) Post comment »  |  Read comments »
 

In a rule of thumb, Jews are known for their infatuation towards eating and Israelis are no exception. With immigrants from countries around the world, the cuisine itself is as diverse as the people, with unlimited food offerings available.  And despite a plethora of differences with Israels neighbors, food is the furthest from one of them. Its no surprise felafel and shwarma are one of the most popular choices for food in Israel.


 

 
 
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