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DAYS ON THE ROAD
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Take a whole head of cauliflower, dust it with some easy ingredients, bake it up and poof, you’ve got yourself a delicious treat to dig into! We love this recipe because it is perfect for sharing with each other or friends and family. It makes a great snack or...read more
One of the larger and more exciting changes to Moksha was to his interior. We ripped out every piece of furniture, panel and layer until he was completely bare-bones. We cleaned him out and we put in dampening material to reduce noise and increase insulation. The...read more
We try to steer clear from traditional pasta, flour and calories that come with it. When we get a craving for spaghetti, which doesn’t happen very often, we pick up spaghetti squash. It’s a healthy pasta substitute, it’s naturally stringy and tastes...read more
When Hurricane Matthew died down and we received news the electricity was back on in our area, we trekked home. The house didn’t seem too worse for the wear, although a tree fell ridiculously close to it. Once it was inspected, we learned there was more water...read more
We’ll never get tired of retro cameras, especially Polaroids. The instant photo capability allowed so many memories to occur. We’ll never forget blowing on the photographs to help the images expose. They make new instant cameras, but we much prefer the old...read more
Max Gerson was a physician who dedicated his entire life to showing people the power of whole plant-based foods and dietary-based treatments that proved to cure cancer and disease. We learned that our bodies have alkaline-acidic levels, that when out of balance, cause...read more
We took home this beautiful butternut squash from the farmers market and on a chilly night, made a delicious soup out of it to warm up. In the ingredients list it includes vegetable broth, but we like to make our own. For this recipe we used carrots, celery, onions,...read more
While thrifting in the little port town of Beaufort, South Carolina, we came across this super duper cool ring. It really is a fantastic piece that acts as a companion to any outfit. Fiercy is a conversation piece that has had everyone talking. We hope he finds a...read more
Did you know by eating tomatoes, you can naturally protect your skin from the sun? Lycopene, which tomatoes are full of, fights aging, shrinks pores and de-greases skin. Applying tomato straight to the skin regularly, shows a decrease in pore size. It naturally leaves...read more
Pie breaks have been a big part of our relaxation over the years, along with treat days. Sometimes we just need to unwind and have a slice of pie! This Hazelnut Pear Apple Pie is so warming, made with organic pears and apples from our organic SC farmer and an...read more
We used to get the most amazing falafel in Jersey City, when we worked in NYC. It was a weekly thing for us. Falafel is pretty hard to find in South Carolina, so we like to make our own. Sometimes we fry them, but this time we enjoyed freshly baked falafel on a bed of...read more
Did you know that various cultures used to send women with their periods to teepees or huts to rejuvenate and purify during their menstrual cycles? Various cultures celebrated and nurtured this phase and yet today, girls get basically zero info, are handed...read more
Whenever we come across floppy disks for sale, we buy them up. They are a thing of the past, out of production and once they are gone, they are gone. Funny enough, we’ve heard about people using them to hide information, seeing as nobody has the old school...read more
Have you ever heard of NLP? It was designed in the seventies by two men working on techniques to change behavior through the understanding of human psychology, language, neurology and programming. To this day this science is used in marketing, advertising, politics...read more
Every wedding anniversary, we take a trip and mark another year of our marriage. In 2016, we were unexpectedly gifted with tickets to anywhere in the U.S. and chose beautiful Puerto Rico as our sixth wedding anniversary destination. The moment we arrived we felt like...read more
Everyone loves the mechanical puzzle game known as the Rubik’s Cube. It was invented by architect Ernő Rubik and is a game that many people study with great determination. We were really excited to come across this old school book of solutions to the...read more
How sweet is this belt? It features adorable dachshunds kissing and is a standout piece. We found it while in Charleston, South Carolina and have gotten so many compliments on it. We hope these two little pups find a good new home! Sold OutKISSING DACHSHUNDS BELTAdopt...read more
We love hummus, but never knew how easy it was to make! It’s so much fun taking whole ingredients, blending them together and as if by magic, transform them into mouth-watering dishes! Our white bean hummus is a favorite of ours. Enjoy our recipe below! To make...read more
Over the last few years, we’ve worked closely with local farmers and food purveyors. The most important thing we learned was the difference between live and dead food. It turns out, when you pick an organic fruit off the tree and bite into it, you’re...read more
We do our best to eat as healthy as we can, but every once and a while we enjoy a treat day and savor some off-the-good-list ingredients, like butter. We had a treat day recently and decided to make some hand-made samosas that call for butter, flour and a fry. They...read more
When we take a look at animals on Earth, we don’t see them eating breakfast, lunch and dinner. They just eat. They eat when they’re hungry, drink when they’re thirsty and sleep when they’re tired, as they please. Humans on the other hand, have...read more
We had a good laugh when we came across info on oil pulling. We had been swishing coconut oil in our mouths once a day because we know it kills mouth bacteria and leaves our teeth feeling squeaky clean. It turns out swishing oil in the mouth (on an empty stomach) is...read more
There is something really wonderful that happens with long earrings. They move and dance and can come off very subtle when worn with hair down. These shooting star earrings get a ton of attention and people always ask where we got them. We forget where we picked these...read more
Palo Santo is a type of tree that is part of the citrus family, grows in South America and is known for its healing and cleansing properties. Supposedly, Incas used it to ward off negative energies. In Spanish, Santo Palo literally translates into “Holy...read more