How do I want to feel?

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 is…

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

Book review 7 – Light is the New Black

Simply put, I ❤️ this book.

This is a book for anyone who feels like they have a bigger purpose in life, but struggle to figure out exactly what they are meant to do.

This is a manual for lightworkers.

Follow what lights you up, and you’ll light up the world” – Rebecca Campbell

It’s that simple.

Unsure about this whole lightworker concept? Read “Letter to a Lightworker” on pages 33 and 34 of the book and if it resonates with you, you are a lightworker and this book is for you.

This is the book that you will read when you need guidance. This is the book that you will read when you need clarity. This is the book that you will read when you need a good kick in the pants to get back on your path when fear and doubt start to creep in.

I will definitely read it over and over again and I hope you enjoy it as much as I did.


Add a Little Foo to your Life

I usually post new blogs on Sundays, but this week, I spent my Sunday in a car on my way to Québec City to see the Foo Fighters play an epic outdoor concert.

This was sort of a last minute idea (wait, does six weeks count as last minute?) and it was a surprise for my husband. At first, I wasn’t going to tell him until a few days before the show. I even contacted his boss to make sure he could have two days off without him knowing. Sneaky, right?  Read More