Tova In Israel

I moved my family to Israel on August 23, 2015 from New Jersey, USA. My blog focuses on all the amazing experiences I come across while navigating through our new life in Israel. My other focus is to highlight the positivity of Israel to help inspire others to one day make the move too. If you have any questions about moving to Israel, please feel free to reach out on the Contact Me page or to my email TovaInIsraelBlog@gmail.com. Looking forward to hearing from you! Watch Tova In Israel as she is interviewed by Nachum Segal on the Nachum Segal Network: https://youtu.be/c5c7dRrCo0U

TOVAasks: What’s Your Israel Happy Place?

TOVAasks: What’s Your Israel Happy Place?

Episode 2 of TOVAasks is here! Just as I end off all my TOVAtalks interviews with the question, “What’s Your Israel Happy Place”, I decided to ask the same question to people strolling along Ben Yehuda Street.   Enjoy!

Comment below with YOUR Israel Happy Place!

There are So Many Amazing “Happy Places” in Israel!

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TOVAasks: Great Stories on the Streets of Jerusalem

TOVAasks: Great Stories on the Streets of Jerusalem

Who’d have thought I’d ever have my own web-series? Well, it just began. Thanks to Israel Video Network for the opportunity and of course Shimshon Seligson, the videographer and editor extraordinaire!

Here’s episode 1:

#TOVAasks: Great Stories on the Streets of Jerusalem

Enjoy!

Can’t wait to share Episode 2 with you- airing shortly!

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TOVAtalks with Chef Zissie

TOVAtalks with Chef Zissie

When Chef Zissie moved to Israel a few years ago, she set out to change the way the world eats. …Continue Reading

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TOVAtalks with Ari Kalker

TOVAtalks with Ari Kalker

During this week’s #TOVAtalks, I had the pleasure to interview Ari Kalker, one of the founders of The Lone Soldier Center in Memory of Michael Levin. Currently he serves…Continue Reading

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TOVAtalks with Rachel Rosenzweig

TOVAtalks with Rachel Rosenzweig
Rachel Wagner Rosenzweig, director of business development at Made in Jerusalem, was on her own path but decided to give up the typical life choices to move to Israel and become a lone soldier. She came to the realization that just because her life path was laid out in front of her, it didn’t mean she needed to follow it in that exact way.  

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