This is a small book packed with some pretty big thoughts and a truly raw message. Read More
Even a coach needs a coach, right?
So, how do you become a coach? What does a coach do? And why would someone need a coach? Read More
Last Thursday night, I had coffee with an acquaintance of mine and had an “AH HA!” moment that was a long time coming : I don’t do well with “structured” anymore. Read More
What would your ideal day look like? What elements would be essential for your day to flow a little easier?
“If you can dream it, you can do it.”
– Walt Disney
Walt Disney is known as one of the biggest dreamers of all time. I mean, look at what he built with only a mouse to start! And as much as people thought he was crazy, he kept going. I can’t help but wonder what else he would’ve accomplished if he’d lived just a little longer. Read More
I’d been craving a book like this for some time now.
Powerful and raw, Cheryl Strayed’s experience while hiking the Pacific Crest Trail is truly remarkable. Read More
A month ago today, I turned 39 and in these past few weeks, I’ve started a new job, moved to a new city (part-time) and launched a new project.
Side note : if you know any French speaking teachers who could benefit from a more balanced work-home life, send them my way @enseignanteequilibree on Instagram and on Facebook!
Strangely though, while this may seem like a lot, I feel like I’ve accomplished nothing at all this past month and I can’t seem to shake this feeling. Read More
“Happiness isn’t something you remember; it’s something you experience.”
This was my fortune following one of our many amazing meals while on vacation in Walt Disney World a few weeks back.
Just a few moments prior to opening my cookie, I had been thinking of how I wasn’t taking enough pictures during our trip. I mean, I had just taken a bite out of a spectacular dessert without snapping a picture of it first! Knowing how much I love desserts, how could I not be taking pictures of each of them?! Read More
This book has a lot of heart.
Written as a collaboration, Martin Latulippe helps a young boy send the world a very important message. The book is short, yet so raw. Read More