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What to do until September 1- school supplies, vacation schedule and more

We are down to the home stretch before school starts- for the great majority of us, the children fly the coop on September 1.  Here are some activities to do if you have run out of ideas how to keep everyone happy. 937 more words

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Just in time for Tisha B'Av- free park and ride to the Old City

The “Free to the Old City” service allows you to park your car for an all-day fee (16.80 NIS per day or 13.40 NIS for “Yerushalmi” resident card holders) at the First Railway Station and enjoy the ease of free shuttles to and from the Old City! 124 more words

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Saving money on school supplies- Part 2

My luck is such that a few days after I post about saving money on school supplies, Ynet writes an article as well. Ynet reiterates what I said previously- that Israelis are too concerned with the war to worry about school supplies.   456 more words

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Collateral damage from Tzuk Eitan: milk and produce?

If you have been in the supermarket recently, you might have seen a sign similar to this one:

Right now, there doesn’t seem to be a lack of produce in the store and the prices are relatively low, but how long will it last? 695 more words

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Supermarket wars for the soldiers

In a previous post I spoke about how Rami Levy teamed up with Yisrael HaYom to offer discount packages to be sent to our chayalim.  Not to be outdone, Shufersal teamed up with Agudah Lemaan HaChayal and Yediot Achronot/Ynet to offer 10 shekel packages of either hygiene products or nosh to be delivered to the front lines. 15 more words

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School supplies- just be Israeli

I was reading a Facebook post by someone about how much she spent on school supplies.  While most of my readers know that is is essential to plan ahead for most events in order to save money, that doesn’t mean we should be buying in advance.   350 more words

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Support businesses in the South without leaving your house

One of the best ways to support Israel is to buy Israeli products.  Between the military campaign and the subsequent drop in tourism, the factories and businesses in the South need your support now more then ever.   607 more words

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