Red Ribbon Week: A Drug-Free Future for our Children

Red Ribbon Week: A Drug-Free Future for our Children

"She gets her hair from her mom, her eyes from her dad, and her drugs from her grandma's medicine cabinet" This phrase really struck a chord when I first heard it in the Red Ribbon's Week 2017 campaign video. It talked about how one person can make all the difference in a child's future and I couldn't agree more.

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Gastronomy and Color in Avenida Houston

Gastronomy and Color in Avenida Houston

Houston fills our soul with colors and joy thanks to the new art installation called Arcade in Avenida Houston, in the heart of the City. I was extremely happy when I heard that this outdoor exhibit was still standing after Harvey ready for us to enjoy.

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How to help our kids cope emotionally after Hurricane Harvey

How to help our kids cope emotionally after Hurricane Harvey

Desperation, exhaustion, uncertainty, questions without answers, worriedness and fear are just a few words that my children used to describe this last seven days of our lives. Yesterday was the first day we were able to walk back home to find out that miraculously our house was not flooded as it was the case with thousands and thousands of homes in Houston.

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Liberty Kitchen, a restaurant that truly believes in Life, Liberty and Happiness.

Liberty Kitchen, a restaurant that truly believes in Life, Liberty and Happiness.

Last week I had the opportunity to attend a tasting at Liberty Kitchen organized by the wonderful group of Houston Food Bloggers Collective. They wanted us to see up close and personal their new location at Garden Oaks where Chef Lance Fegen delighted us with his new Brunch menu that they now offer on the weekends.

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Yauatcha: A Traditional yet Contemporary Culinary Feast

Yauatcha: A Traditional yet Contemporary Culinary Feast

A couple of months ago, Houston had the amazing privilege of welcoming Chef Ho Chee Boon’s Yauatcha restaurant to its culinary scene. This location is the first one in the American continent after the acclaimed chef won a Michelin star for the culinary excellence portrayed at his London location.

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Discover Paris through 22 Exceptional Stories

Discover Paris through 22 Exceptional Stories

If you're planning a trip to Paris this summer or if you just enjoy discovering a city through its stories, The Streets of Paris is without a doubt, a book recommendation you can't miss. Through this book, you'll be able to explore the City of Light in a very unique and special way.

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The Painted Churches Tour in Schulenburg, TX

The Painted Churches Tour in Schulenburg, TX

Today I'll share with you a very short and sweet road trip I did with my friends to the outskirts of Houston. This time we went to Schulenburg, Texas to visit the hand-painted churches in this area. This little town is located one hour and a half west of Houston on the way to San Antonio, in Fayette County.

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