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RDBIDVENTURES BLOG

I BID you all adieu!

Two months ago I introduced myself to you as a returning Canadian citizen/resident after Judith Veresuk and the staff at RDBID asked me to create a blog that I coined RDBIDventures.  I explained how I have lived and travelled four different continents since 1989 and...

Culinary Celebrations – Our Connections to Culture

One of the things that I have always done is learn how to say "Thank you!" in the language of my destination and/or with the people of other cultures in my frequent conversation(s) - and together with a smile, it is a courteous and easy way to connect with people....

Regina Farmers’ Market

Shopping for food and merchandise is a part of everyday life for most of us. Open air markets across the globe offer many wonderful things, but why should we take advantage of these marketplaces? More specifically, why should we take advantage of the Regina Farmers'...

I SCREAM!

"I scream, you scream, we all scream for ice-cream!" In any country, any language, ice-cream is a popular dessert. In any shape or form, ice-cream is simple to make and simple to serve to everyone which makes it the perfect treat for families, parties or other events....

Uniting Mind and Body

The Coronavirus pandemic has impacted all of us; it has caused an increased amount of stress in so many areas and aspects of our lives. Stress can affect both our physical and mental health, so finding ways to manage it should be a priority. We all need a way to find...

From the 80s to Today

My father has always had a "rule" at the dinner table for his Girls Five: "Try it once, twice if you like it". It is a simple philosophy that has helped me appreciate and savour the many flavours of life. During my teen years (in the 80s), I spent a couple of summers...

The “Art-chitecture” of the City

What do art and exercise have in common? How are the two connected? Art appreciation improves the quality of our lives and makes us feel good. So do activities like walking, running and cycling. Both exercise and culture make us feel alive. I love to combine the two -...

Nails By Kelly

  The English word manicure comes from the French word manucure meaning care of the hands, which originates from the Latin word manus for hand and cura for care. Similarly, the English word for pedicure comes from the Latin word pedis for feet and cura for care....

Fashion From the Sole

Almost every place I have lived and travelled to has had a distinct fashion or self-expression all its own in the people's clothing, footwear, accessories, hairstyle, make-up, body art, as well as posture.When I lived in Italy for many years, the majority of the...

The Cenotaph

The word cenotaph is derived from the Greek phrase kenos taphos which means "empty tomb". A cenotaph is a monument (sometimes in the form of a tomb) and is dedicated to a person or group of persons who are buried somewhere else. It typically commemorates those who...

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