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Eating in the dark

We just had an amazing and very different dining experience. You might have heard of the concept of dining in a pitch black restaurant where the servers are blind or vision impaired. There are several of those restaurants around the world and we have one in Vancouver as well. We had been debating if we should go or not because we love food and we love to make it look good and see what we eat. So needless to say,…

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Advent Wreath

Every year, fours Sundays before Christmas, we make an Advent Wreath. The traditions goes way back and symbolizes the love of God, which has no end and no beginning. The Advent Wreath traditionally is made of evergreens to symbolize life during the winter time. In Ayoe’s family the Advent Wreath has been a big deal for many years, so of course she is bringing the tradition to Canada as well 🙂 The wreath has four candles and one candle is…

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Radio Interview!

Our amazing publishing company Rocket Science Production have an internet radio station. They are doing author interviews for one of their programs, and they featured us in one of them. We are so excited to share it with you, so please check it out here and let us know what you think 🙂 -Enjoy!…

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Healthy breakfast

Having a healthy nutritional breakfast first thing in the morning will determine how we feel the rest of the day. To our surprise, some people don’t even bother eating breakfast because they are in a rush to go to work or school. Not having breakfast means you’ll feel hungry way before lunch and end up having snacks. Often people end up having unhealthy snacks which aren’t the best for your body. To compound the problem, researchers have shown that people that…

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This is why we cook at home

I came across this interesting video where renowned activist and author Michael Pollan argues that cooking is one of the simplest and most important step people can take to improve their own and their family’s health. Ayoe and I both love making food at home and we truly believe that eating homemade meals will only bring benefits into our lives. Mr. Pollan certainly has a lot of interesting points in this video to support what we believe in. It’s still…

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