Twentysomethings

A Book For You, 20s and 30s Jews

Like this blog, the new anthology, Living Jewishly: A Snapshot of a Generation, is by – but not exclusively for – Jews in their 20s and 30s.

Edited by Stephanie Pervos Bregman and published by Academic Studies Press, it grapples with all the juicy stuff: dating, sex, God, food.

Some tidbits:

"Living Jewishly" is a collective literary effort by twenty and thirtysomethings. Via Facebook

A Twentysomething Jew Wants To Talk To You

Here's the predicament.

We're in a place long without any structured Judaism, between college communities and settling down into family life. Where do we find our connection with Judaism? When is there time while we're building careers? Why observe Shabbat with secular life laying claim to Friday nights? And with most synagogues lacking a population of young adults, how do we even find peers?

Let me tell you about one solution.

Moishe House, and havdalah: a solution to a twentysomething's predicament.
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