#MondayWithAimée Lovely Monday, sweethearts! Last week of 2020, the last article of the year from me. I decided to continue my look back on the year and at the same time, mix it with some suggestions for you all during the rest of the Christmas break. I remember last year doing a list of all… Continue reading A Year in Art
Dear October, you challenged my beliefs, my opinions, my sense of duty and my abilities. I drowned in all you brought but through your tsunamis, I learnt to build a boat, and as the sea rises, like Noah, I float with what I need to conquer November. Hello & Welcome #AlongsideYourBoldestFriend October came in pretty… Continue reading Letter from the editor – October, we almost drowned in you.
#ByBéka In recent weeks I have come to think of inspiring people, the role of “iconic” characters or historical figures that could be the source of my inspiration. I have asked around me “who inspires you and who’s your icon?”. I have read blogs and Pinterest quotes and watched videos about the subject, just to… Continue reading Devil’s advocate: inspiring souls or ideal branded Icons?
#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
To my dearest friend - I looked at him, he seemed different, not sad, just not as sparkling. Like flat champagne. It didn’t make him less of himself but it felt like he was missing something. He told me how he felt defocused and uninspired. He asked me what to do and the only thing… Continue reading How to get your momentum back – full process #worksheet
Two months ago, I wrote an article on how to open one’s mind to the world surrounding him/her through an analogy with the musical comedy called Wicked. Today, I bring what I would call the second part of that ideology but through the eyes and notions surrounding the themes in Robert Louis Stevenson’s gothic novel… Continue reading Who is Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde? – Analogy
He was sitting next to me and I kind of could guess he was the speaker coming in class for the conference, but all I asked was : are you allergic to fish? I’d rather not have you killed today.Well, that’s very considerate, thank you, and no, I’m not allergic to fish. I nod, and… Continue reading How to have influence?
Living an elegant and successful life really comes down to one simple rule: careful selection. It is one rule. Hard to master, yet ô so important. If you want to pull all the strings together and let the world wonder how you do it, you somehow need to figure it out. Gladly, we do have… Continue reading The art of careful selection – the secret to success
THIS MONTH we focus on you - as we always do. July, warm days and summer flames for side hustles and big dreams. Under the sun and behind your big shades, we found it perfect to encourage you in your pursuit to perfection - your own kind of perfection. This month we focus on finding… Continue reading Letter from the editor – Ever Hopeful