How to let go of Yesterday

#ByBéka You can’t reach for anything new if your hands are still full of yesterday’s clutter - Louise Smith Life isn’t easy! As the days, months and years go by, you may find that your purpose becomes more complicated and less clear. What am I supposed to do? Who am I supposed to be? So… Continue reading How to let go of Yesterday

Christmas Mood Season is upon Us…

#fridayswithSeb Hiya my little munchkins. I hope you enjoyed the month of October in all its cosiness. I hope you had time to make awesome memories with your loved ones and that you had the chance to rejuvenate yourself and feel the air getting colder. I had an article prepared for you, but as I… Continue reading Christmas Mood Season is upon Us…

Embrace The Slump

#MondayWithAimée Lovely Monday morning, sweethearts! I’m in a slump. A very annoying, very deep and heavy slump. I’m thinking that after midterms and being productive and focused on school work and now falling into a week off (if you can call it like that), my body and brain just gave in. They just decided we… Continue reading Embrace The Slump

How To Make October Feel Like October

#MondayWithAimée Lovely Monday morning sweethearts! Has October treated you kindly so far or are you finding yourself sad and unmotivated a lot? For my part, I would say it is a good mix of both. I have more or less settled in my routine and I am mostly on track, my mental health staying quite… Continue reading How To Make October Feel Like October

A thesis on perception and open-mindedness – Part 2

Hiya Munchkins, #FridayswithSeb Long time no see. I hope the month of September was not too painful and that most of you got to do the things they wanted to do. It is not because the world is slowing down that it stops you from achieving your goals. The proof is the world flew at… Continue reading A thesis on perception and open-mindedness – Part 2

How to build a safeplace

#MondayWithAimée Lovely Monday morning, sweethearts! My life has been a whirlwind recently. In short, in two weeks, I’ve moved out of my house, started my second year of university online, moved back in with 7 new people in my house, and adapted to living with five kids aged 9 to 2. I’m sure you’ve gone… Continue reading How to build a safeplace

The truth behind the art of dreaming bigger

If your dreams don't scare you, it's because they are too small- Richard Branson  #byBéka Success in your life can be defined as the pursuit of happiness and the progressive realization of worthy goals.  It can be achieved when you try your best in all aspects of your life,  even if that doesn’t lead to… Continue reading The truth behind the art of dreaming bigger

Is It Better to Speak or Die ?

Hiya Munchkins,   #FridayWithSEB I hope this article reaches you in good health, both mentally and physically. I would not say how I feel exactly,  since every day since the beginning of the year seems to be a surprise, but I am healthy, happy and in control of the things I can control. All is well… Continue reading Is It Better to Speak or Die ?

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

Minimalistic back to school

 #FridayWithSeb  Hiya munchkins! It’s Seb, I am back again on the  #boldblog with yet another article on… drum roll - for originality- … back to school!  In fact, I want to go deeper with you on the aspect of “back to school” theme. I am certain of your awareness with the “Back to School” enigma.… Continue reading Minimalistic back to school