No Surprise! We all LOVE sharing our meal time, don’t we? Simply it is not only good for our body, but for our mind 🙂
According to the study from McGill University in Montreal, “more frequent family dinners are related to fewer emotional and behavior problems, greater emotional well-being, more trusting and helpful behaviors towards others and higher life satisfaction”. Regardless of gender, age or family income, the sharing meal time has a delicious positive effects for the family. And
the more meals you share, the better your mental health is 🙂
Today is my father’s birthday. So I called my family via Skype, sang a birthday song for him and then we chatted over our meal time. I was having my breakfast of Natto (fermented soy beans) with brown rice and a bowl of miso soup while my family was having dinner of fish cooked with soy sauce, sauteed spicy eggplant, and of course birthday cake! The conversation was about nothing special, yet it was absolutely one of my very delicious moments 🙂
Gochiso-sama deshita! (Thank you so much for the delicious meal)
And wish you a delicious sharing meal time!
With love, hope and gratitude from my heart to yours.