You think often, you think a lot. A whole new world has opened in your head before you even realize. New thought. Old thought. Long thought. It never stops. What are you thinking of right now? You have a strong mind and when it comes to meditation that is BIG BIG TROUBLE. Here are top tips, for … More Practical meditation tips for analytical minds
I like to use the change of seasons to reflect on my behavior and sense-check if I am on track vs. my set goals. I built this habit from a wonderful advice shared by Michael Hyatt in his e-book Creating your life plan (you can get a free download here: life plan). As the winter … More 21 bad habits for change: ready for a new start?
Once upon a time you were an innocent child who believed in frogs turning into princes and saving locked-up princesses. Love seemed like a mystery to unveil on a dangerous path but a promise of eternal happiness once you had met THE ONE. Since then, you’ve had many flings, felt the butterflies in your chest, … More The butterflies are dead! 10 mistakes to avoid in love relationships
You are a thinker, super analytical; You are open-minded and great at putting things in context; You know yourself, your skills and improvement opportunities. Bref, you are in a good shape. Then comes the moment you realize the true nature of your mind : a wild monkey jumping from thought to thought. Who’s the captain? You … More Strong mind won’t get you there. Strong spirit will!
I just returned from an unplanned trip to Tokyo. One week in the buzzing metropolis for my first encounter with Japan. A lot is said about Japan: from conservatism to discretion and absolute politeness; from amazing precision and quietness to unthinkable fantasies. From domination of best in class innovation technology to failure to reinvent itself. … More Inspirations from a Tokyo trip
A year ago I quit my job to relocate for family reasons to a new town. At the time, some caring people told me I should not quit before signing up for a new job but I knew that I needed a dedicated time to put the pieces of the puzzle together. Now, after a … More In search of the ideal job: 8 steps to put your own puzzle together
As we passed the winter solstice and days are lengthening again, I feel wonderful! Maybe also because my parents and sister are visiting us from France and we are all together with my husband’s family to celebrate Christmas. This is our first year as an “extended” family and for me away from France, in a foreign … More Season’s Greetings: home, family and goals