There are many articles that tell us journaling might have a positive impact on our health. At the University of Texas a psychologist and researcher James Pennebaker contends that regular journaling strengthens immune cells, called T-lymphocytes. The act of writing accesses your left brain, which is analytical and rational. While your left brain is occupied, your right brain is free to create, intuit and feel. So writing may help you to understand yourself and others better.
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In today’s video we demonstrate how to use 2 Blenders: Vitamix & Blendtec
Vitamix: Blend smoothies with more control than ever! The Turboblend VS features a new variable speed control knob. Instead of simply selecting high or low, the VS allows you to gradually increase or decrease the motor speed, giving you complete control of your blending consistency.
Blendtec:… Read More
We have just had the most beautiful fall colours that we have had in many years but this week there were more leaves on the ground than there were on the trees. As I drove along the highway from my Toronto store to my new home and office in Waterloo I noticed there were many trees with no colour at all. So now we begin our longest season here in Canada….Winter!! I know it is only November but we have … Read More
Issue #15 (Monthly Online Newsletter)
Surviving the Holidays
Not everyone looks forward to the holiday season, but I for one can say this is my favourite time of the year. Because I get everything done in advance, there is not that mad rush at the end to finish everything we think needs to be done! This gives me time to enjoy the holidays when family and friends are together to share their love.