So here is book review #12 which I should have posted in December, but plans changed. Read More
Seven years ago, on Christmas Eve, I surrendered for the first time, but I had no idea that that’s what I was doing at the time. Read More
This is a small book packed with some pretty big thoughts and a truly raw message. 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
I bought this book in 2012 and as much as I wish I’d read it sooner, I know that I needed to read it now. Read More
I’ve been a high school teacher for twelve years now and in the fall, I embark on a new journey. Still in the education world, but in a different role. A very different role. Read More
Last weekend, my husband and I drove up to Québec City to attend a live event in connection with a course that I’m following online (Académie Zérolimite). The event was a series of conferences by so many remarkable people and some more structured teachings by the host of the program, Martin Latulippe. Read More
Today, I signed a contract for a new job that I start at the end of the summer (on my birthday to be exact). It all seems a little crazy. And yet, it makes so much sense. Read More