Find your people

#MondayWithAimée Deserted on an island. Alone on your own little piece of land, with nothing else to see than water for miles and miles. Your island is great. Food, water, shelter, safety. You have everything you need in order to survive, except that you’re alone. There is no one to laugh with you, to cry… Continue reading Find your people

Fictional Junk Food – Part II: Why You Don’t Have To Diet

#MondaywithAimée Last week we dived into the world of problematic fiction. Let’s dive in a little deeper before we come back out for air with a solution to all the problems we, or should I say I, have created. It is no secret that men in romcoms are fictional junk food. Rom-com creators are fully… Continue reading Fictional Junk Food – Part II: Why You Don’t Have To Diet

Fictional Junk Food – Part One: How Fiction Can Be Bad For You

#MondayWithAimée Do you have a favorite piece of fiction? Can you think of a book, a movie, a play, a song, an opera that creates both sparkles and bubbles simultaneously inside you? I’m sure there is somewhere, in the back of your mind, carefully stored in your heart, a piece of fiction you always go… Continue reading Fictional Junk Food – Part One: How Fiction Can Be Bad For You

And The Oscar Goes To …

#MondayWithAimée It’s been quite a while, huh, sweethearts? I decided to take a moment off to focus on what was important during the Holidays. I think you will all agree that it was a sensible decision and you will forgive me for it. Now let’s get right back on track. My last post of 2019… Continue reading And The Oscar Goes To …

Soothing art over the Holidays

#MondayWithAimée Christmas is right around the corner and I thought it was the perfect time to pause my usual program to cook you an artistic list for the winter break. I don’t know how you take time off. We all have different methods of relaxing and unplugging. My advice to you is simple: just do… Continue reading Soothing art over the Holidays

The art of living alive

#MondayWithAimée A few days ago, I went to a concert. It was the second time in six months I had seen this show, yet I was still in awe. It was a music show, but the man – one of my favourite Quebecois artists – talks and jokes a lot as well. It is simply… Continue reading The art of living alive

On the importance of environment – an artist’s perception

 #MondayWithAimée By the time you’ll be reading this, my autumn break will be over and school will be right back on track for the last few weeks before the end of the semester. Life will resume after a short, needed break. Frankly, I have mixed feelings about going back to school. For one, I enjoy… Continue reading On the importance of environment – an artist’s perception

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Fixing Reality – analogy

 #MondayWithAimé I love kid movies. Especially the ones I watched when I was younger, probably because of the nostalgia factor. These films also shaped my sense of humour and my whole personality. When I was a child, I wasn’t into fairytales, I didn’t really like princesses. I liked animal movies, but my favourite favourite one… Continue reading Fixing Reality – analogy

The Opening Statement With Aimée

#MondayWithAimée Hiya sweethearts! I’m a literature student at university, and I’d like to consider myself an artist. An aspiring artist, at least. Mostly, I’m a huge nerd. Always have been, always will be. I’ve spent my whole teenage years reading, watching series and movies (boys in books/movies are always better than real ones, amirite).  I’ve… Continue reading The Opening Statement With Aimée