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Une Covid, des émotions et un mojo retrouvé !

“Comment? Toi as le Covid, avec tout le yoga que tu fais?” “Purée tu es toujours positive? tu vois que ca sert a rien ces vaccins !” “tu sais le cousin du cousin d’Arthur est reste positif des mois! sans sortir!” Si seulement les esprits fermés venaient avec des bouches fermées ! Dans cette très etrange periode que nous traversons tous, être positif au Covid … Continue reading Une Covid, des émotions et un mojo retrouvé !

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Ces 4 mots qui m’ont mis KO!

Une petite question innocente et plutôt bienveillante posée à la fin de cet entretien sur l’impatriation. Une simple phrase de politesse qui m’a totalement déstabilisée. “On a beaucoup parle de la famille et de la gestion du stress de vos enfants. Avant de conclure, une derniere question: Et Vous, ça va?” Et là, exceptionnellement, je n’avais plus rien á dire. Le blanc total. Pas du … Continue reading Ces 4 mots qui m’ont mis KO!

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Healthy and Prosperous Chinese New Year! (this time for real)

An unusual Tet The Lunar New Year is the most important celebration in Vietnam. Cities turns red and gold, streets are packed with shoppers and the air is filled with joy and excitement. For a week, Vietnamese will express their respects for ancestors as well as welcoming the New Year with family members. It always feels like Hanoi is suddenly depleted of all its vibrant … Continue reading Healthy and Prosperous Chinese New Year! (this time for real)

Happiest New Year ! Vision Board Time !

“The most reliable way to create the future is to write it“ This is my New Year exciting ritual. I collect my favorite pictures, stickers and quotes. A rainbow of crayons are laying in front of me, with scissors, glue and pinches of glitters. Orange essential oils are slowly burning in the background and depending on the mood, I’d listen to classical music or something … Continue reading Happiest New Year ! Vision Board Time !

US and Syria, French presidential elections, United AirLines: anything I can do?

How do you cope with the news? Do you also experience waves of anxiety, and fear for the world we are creating for our children? I have spent the last days arguing about the American policy, desperating about the French presidential candidates and hysterically retweeting about how United Airlines forcibly dragged a 69-year-old man from its overbooked plane. Violence calls for violence, I think it is in our human … Continue reading US and Syria, French presidential elections, United AirLines: anything I can do?