Bringing in the New Year at Snowball

I landed back home from Stockholm on the other side of 2015 and can’t wait to tell you all about the magical Snowball! I’ll start with why I ended up going. First of all, it’s known as one of the best events … Continue reading

Blues Up Your Winter

Winter is not my favorite season, but I still look forward to January every year because I can’t wait for Feelin’ Blues here in Tel Aviv. I feel so lucky that an international event of this caliber is walking distance from my … Continue reading

Castle Indulgence

Castle Indulgence

It’s been a while since I got home from Swing Castle Camp, and I’m still mildly disappointed when meal time comes around and there’s no elaborate buffet awaiting me. I also tried to get people to start addressing me as “her majesty” … Continue reading

All Swing Events in Israel in One Place!

All Swing Events in Israel in One Place!

When your scene starts having too many Swing events to keep track of, it’s a wonderful thing. Here in Israel, we’ve gotten to the point where you can go dancing practically every night of the week, and even have a … Continue reading

Swing Castle Camp – Dance Like Royalty!

When Desert Stomp was over, I realized I didn’t have any dance events lined up to look forward to. Since I love the feeling of anticipation that leads up to going to a festival, I wanted to plan my next … Continue reading

Wanted: Camel Walkers

April has been quite the month for me, I got to visit and dance in New Orleans then go to Desert Stomp in The Israeli desert when I got home. This much fun in such a short time feels like I’m getting … Continue reading

When I Die, I Hope I Go to New Orleans

When I Die, I Hope I Go to New Orleans

I have a memory of my parents bringing back Mardi Gras beads from a trip when I was a kid, and I’ve had this inexplicable pull to New Orleans ever since. I didn’t know anything about the place, but it always sounded … Continue reading

Feelin’ Blues 2014

Feelin’ Blues 2014

I hope I never stop appreciating how awesome it is that as social dancers, we can go to some random country and spend a whole weekend studying dance, partying, taking part in international competitions and meeting new friends from all … Continue reading

My Hop Across the Atlantic

My Hop Across the Atlantic

I’ve been wanting to publish this post for a couple of weeks, but I got caught up in the rest of my life since I got back from a visit to the U.S. I was there to visit family, but … Continue reading

When a Cactus Swings Out

When a Cactus Swings Out

I was lucky enough to be at the first ever Lindy Hop festival that took place in the middle of a desert – Desert Stomp, and it was right here in Israel! A 3 hour drive through towns that turned … Continue reading