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    18 Ways to Show Your Jewish Pride

    Jewish Pride
    Maybe you have always been a proud chai-wearing Jew, or maybe this is a new revelation for you. Whatever the reason, you don't hide the fact that you are Jewish and want to wear it loud and proud. Here are 18 (chai) of our favorite ways to show your Jewish pride everyday. 

    Opal Star of David

    One of our most popular items! This dainty star is perfect for every day for all ages.

    Mother Daughter Star of David Necklaces

    This adorable necklace set is perfect for two!

    3 & 4. Nice Jewish Boy Socks (And Nice Jewish Girl Socks!)

    Nice Jewish Girl Socks

     



    We love this Star of David Pin- it's made in Israel!

    This Chai Pendant comes in a ton of different colors! You'll find one perfect for you.

    Star of David Chai

    Can't choose between a Star of David or Chai? Now you don't have to!

    Men's Star of David Necklace

    Something for the gents!

    Prayer Wheel Necklace

    One of our most popular gifts, this prayer wheel goes everywhere you do.


    CHai Necklace

    We love this subtle and sweet way to show your chai love.


    A unisex design that is tough yet stunning. 

    Chai Bracelet


    Another beautiful piece by Emily Rosenfeld! This chai bracelet is chic and makes a great bat mitzvah present.


    Star of David Earrings

    Like a little bling with your pride? These earrings are it!


    No explanation needed.

    Warm and stylish!

    For the nice Jewish guy in your life!

    It works!

    You're more than just a pretty face.

    How to Light the Hanukkah Candles

    What are the prayers for the first night of Hanukkah again?? Here is an easy reference for you! And if we still need a menorah? We have those for you too!

    Here's what you need to know. Each night, we add one more candle to the menorah, adding from right to left (just like Hebrew!). The first night (after sunset) we just light the shammus (the taller candle) and use that candle to light the furthest candle on the right, while saying the prayers below. The second night, we add one more candle, and use the shammus, light the two candles from left to right. Repeat each night until the whole menorah is lit!

    The Blessings:

    Baruch atah, Adonai Eloheinu, Melech ha'olam, asher kid'shanu b'mitzvotav v'tsivanu l'hadlik ner shel Hanukkah.

    Blessed are You, Adonai our God, Ruler of all, who hallows us with mitzvot, commanding us to kindle the Hanukkah lights.

    Baruch atah, Adonai Eloheinu, Melech ha'olam, she-asah nisim la'avoteinu v'imoteinu bayamim hahaeim baz'man hazeh.

    Blessed are You, Adonai our God, Sovereign of all, who performed wondrous acts for our ancestors in days of old at this season.

    On the first night, we add:

    Baruch atah, Adonai Eloheinu, Melech ha'olam, shehecheyanu v'kiy'manu v'higianu laz'man hazeh.

    Blessed are You, Adonai our God, Sovereign of all, for giving us life, for sustaining us, and for enabling us to reach this season.

    How to Celebrate Chrismukkah

    Chrismukkah

    This time of year, it's nice to throw a party that includes everyone! Whether you're having a party with friends, or just celebrate both Christmas and Hanukkah, here's how to do Chrismukkah right. 

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    Cool Decor
    Jewdolph
    Decorate your house for a party! Try our Jewdolph Ornament, Chrismukkah Dreidel Mistletoe, or Jewish Christmas Candle (smells just like Chinese food!)

    Wearable Flair
    Yamaclaus
    Look the part! The Yamaclaus and Ugly Chrismukkah Sweater are great places to start!

    Chrismukkah Food
    Sufganiyot

    Make some combo recipes like Pumpkin Pie Stuffed Latkes or Gingerbread Eggnog Sufganiyot! Or make this fun Gingerbread Menorah.

     

    Secret Santa/Hanukkah Harry Gifts
    Jewdolph Koozie
    Besides some fun dreidel games at your party, it's fun to have everyone bring a small Secret Santa/ Hanukkah Harry gift! Kris Kringlestein or Jewdolph Koozie.

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    The Jewish Holiday Calendar Reminder

    Jewish Holidays
    When is Hanukkah again this year?? (Hint" it starts sundown on December 12th). But wouldn't it be nice to get reminders of the Jewish holidays? We are proud to announce the ModernTribe Jewish Holiday Calendar Reminder. Using Facebook Messenger, we will send you notifications of the major Jewish holidays? Do you want in? Yes, yes you do. 
    Simply comment on the Facebook post that you want to opt in.
    Then check your Facebook Messages! Just type "join" to confirm to instantly start receiving updates. It's that easy! Click here to join!Jewish Holidays