Whitney and I met on-line. She and I met because I had been admiring her from a far (well, not so afar – from my phone screen) and was completely in love with her POV.
Whitney is a young, full time working mom of 3 littles with a very cute husband, She’s awesomely authentic on Instagram in how she shares her delicious recipes, her family, her wit and charm all via her on line platform; Jew Hungry. She’s so clever and so in her lane that I simply wanted to get to know her and be her friend.
Whitney Fisch received her Master’s Degree in Social Work from the University of Michigan and is currently working as The Director of Health and Wellness at Milken Community Schools’ Upper School Campus in Los Angeles, CA. When not dealing with the trials and tribulations of roughly 600 high schoolers, she is at home dealing with the trials and tribulations of her 3 children as well as cooking… a lot. Whitney’s blog is AWESOME and if you don’t know it – you SHOULD!! Here’s a few things you may not know about her – enjoy!
What living person do you most admire?
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez – she is so educated, articulate, passionate and isn’t afraid to be her authentic self.
What is your favorite activity/exercise?
Oh man — I love them equally. I really do.
Favorite person to follow on Instagram?
Samantha Irby of Bitches Gotta Eat – irreverent in the best way possible, honest, hilarious
What career would you choose for your next life?
Salty or Sweet?
What is your “Uniform”?
High-waisted jeans from Madewell and a t-shirt plus my Birkenstocks
What inspires you?
Advocates for the under represented
Who is your all time favorite movie?
Too many to count! Fried Green Tomatoes, The Professional, Under the Tuscan Sun, The Town, Forrest Gump
What are you binge watching?
Always Parks and Rec. At some point I am watching Parks and Rec. It is my happy place. Oh, and Nailed It.
Unorthodox, Getting Curious with Jonathan Van Ness, old Two Dope Queens
What is on the top of your bucket list?
To live on a farm in the middle of nowhere
What is your ideal day?
Every Shabbat – husband gets up early with the kids – I stay in bed reading and drinking coffee and then I get to spend the day with my most favorite people free from all distractions
What is on your reading list/ night stand/ currently reading?
The Red Tent (for the second go round) and The Self-Driven Child by Ned Johnson and William Stixrud
What is your Mantra?
Who do you want to be for your kids?
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