The One Thing You Forgot After High Holidays

You've had your apples and honey, you're written in the Book of Life, and it's all back to normal after the High Holidays. Then you realize you forgot something.

You forgot Sukkot! 

Why Sukkot

Sukkot honors the wandering of the ancient Israelites after they escaped Egypt. For 40 years they hung out in three-sided tents, and if they could do it for 40 years, dammit, we can do it for a week!

Lulav and Etrog symbolize the end of the harvest season, and we shake them during Sukkot in recognition of a good harvest. If you don't do this, we highly recommend it -- and our kids think it's fun. Read How to Buy a Lulav and Etrog, a nice summary from our friends My Jewish Learning.

A Sukkot Discount on Shirts

For the duration of Sukkot, take 18% off your order. Simply enter Sukkot2017 when you check out between October 4 and October 11.


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