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Prep for a Stress-Free Pesach

Why does the "Jewish holiday of freedom" sometimes feel like a return to bondage? With all of the grocery shopping, cooking and cleaning, it's understandable that the Pesach holiday can seem overwhelming. 

Join Nafshi and Balagan Be Gone's Rebekah Saltzman to learn why starting early in your Pesach prep is better than waiting until the last minute - and how to best plan for the holiday.


Often times your to do list is so overwhelming that you just don't even know where to start. Register in advance so that you can receive the Pesach Planning workbook before the webinar, learn how to use it and make the most of it. 

In this workshop you will receive the following invaluable tips:

- How to break down what needs to get done

- How to meal plan - shopping lists, menus, and guest lists

- How to get a jump start on next year 



DATE: Thursday, February 28, 8:00 PM CST

PRESENTER: Rebekah Saltzman from Balagan Be Gone

COST: No charge. RSVP Required.


Cosponsored by Balagan Be Gone



Creator of Balagan Be Gone

Rebekah holds a degree in fashion design from Parsons School of Design, and for many years worked as a graphic designer.  Rebekah’s passion for the environment and helping people improve their lives drove her to change careers and create Balagan Be Gone.


Rebekah’s straightforward approach to managing “stuff” and her no-nonsense ability to get to the heart of what is important combines with her people skills to help people get control of their lives through organization. By helping her clients streamline everything from clothing to papers to books and household goods, they have found that they get the most out of their possessions and stress less about managing it all. Her experience in moving her own household several times, in combination with her organization planning and doing has led her to specialize in working with clients who are facing a move, whether upsizing or downsizing. She has found that her skills extend to helping others with time management, as well.

Rebekah uses her professional design skills to help her clients create organized and beautiful spaces for themselves and their families. In addition to eliminating “balagan” for her clients, her sense of style and function make the new “balagan-free” space one that everyone can enjoy.

A native of Silver Spring, Maryland, Rebekah lives with her husband and three children in Israel.

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