Tag: #life

My 3 words for 2017

It’s been five years now that I’m giving a direction to the new year by using three words instead of a specific resolution. In 2013, I used kaizen, time and discovery. In 2014, my words were quality, impact and minimalism. Two years ago, I choose health, less and experience to guide me. Finally, last year was... Read more

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The Day I Wanted to Kill Myself

A little more than a year ago, my life was perfect. At least, from my own point of view. I was engaged to the most formidable woman I ever knew and we were living in our beautiful spacious condominium with our kids, our three cats. People were paying me very well to share my passion... Read more

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Happiness – the minimalist way

I’ll spare you the details for now, but last year wasn’t easy for me. Since, I’m slowly assessing my life to understand how I can reach my actual life goal: being as happy as I can be. One realization is that it can’t be achieved with the lifestyle I had in the last couple of... Read more

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My 3 words for 2016

A woman saying fuck everything

I was impatiently waiting for 2016: I know it’s psychological, but the first of January is like a new chapter, a blank slate to start over, to do better. I don’t believe in New Year resolutions as it usually focussing on one particular thing only, it put unnecessary pressure on ourselves, and it’s just a downer... Read more

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Music is about emotions

What happen when you listen to music? You feel happy or sad? Are you ready to conquer the world or just find the energy to finish that gym training? You remember the love of your life or that time when you were in that small coffee shop on a sunny day in Paris? Some songs... Read more

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Stop complaining

Did you ever take the time to look truly at your social media feed? I did a couple of days ago, and I realized that status and tweets could mostly all be placed in two buckets: people complaining about something or someone, or people sharing moments of their perfect life. I’m not judging anyone; I’m... Read more

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