I wanted to give you a message of empowerment today. Happiness is a choice and so is your decision to believe in yourself. Here is what I want you to remember when you are doubting yourself. Photo by Bekka Mongeau on Pexels.com If you don't believe in yourself no one else will First thing first,… Continue reading Believe in yourself!
Assez belle, assez forte, assez intelligente, assez sportive, assez motivée, assez aimante et j’en passe. Je cherche encore la réponse à cette question. Mais la différence avec le “Moi” d’avant est que je refuse que mon spleen et ma morosité ambiante prennent le dessus sur ma vie et mon moral. Photo by Dương Nhân on… Continue reading Que faire quand on a l’impression de ne plus être assez ?
To follow up with my post on the 20 lessons I have learned in my early 20s, I wanted to give you some advice on the things you should already be doing at this age. Life is short so let's go and don't wait any longer! 1. Be selfish (sometimes) You should come first. Actually,… Continue reading 20 Things you need to do in your early 20s
One often says that life is a journey in which each step towards the finish line counts. Fair enough! But how am I supposed to enjoy all the obstacles and set-backs that seem to be keeping me from reaching my goals as fast as possible? I wanted to give you my tip on the matter… Continue reading Why you need to L.E.A.R.N?
Baba* was a very wise man. I have been lucky enough to learn these life lessons from him and wanted to share them with you. Photo de Negative Space sur Pexels.com 1. Women are much stronger than they think, they just don't know it Mothers carry their children during 9 months. A woman is always… Continue reading 8 Life lessons I have learned from my dad
When you don't have time to read, podcasts are a good way not only to know what is happening in the world but also to learn new skills. Here is a list of my favorite English podcasts channels. 1. Digital Planet: to keep you up to date on digital trends around the world. 2. The… Continue reading My 10 favorite (English) podcasts
I have found that to be unfortunately very true. Sometimes, people who are very close to you don't want you to thrive. Why is that? Well, there are 2 reasons that stand out.
Aada signifie tradition, coutume en pulaar (peuhl) qui est un dialecte d’Afrique de l’Ouest parlé au Mali, Sénégal, Guinée, Mauritanie, Cameroun, Nigeria avec quelques variations. J’aime beaucoup l’idée de transmettre des histoires de génération en génération, de bouche à oreille et, de nos jours, d’un point à l’autre de la planète. L’idée que les technologies… Continue reading Qu’est-ce que Aada?
Aada means tradition, custom in Fulah which is a West African dialect spoken in Mali, Senegal, Guinea, Mauritania, Cameroon, Nigeria with some variations. I really like the idea of passing on stories from generation to generation, from mouth to ear and nowadays from one side of the planet to the other. The idea that technologies… Continue reading What is Aada?