Images From My Life Over The Beginning of This Decade

Once again, I am sharing pictures…of this new decade this time. The 20s were professional, warm, beautiful, musical, spicy, frugal, amusing, as well as pressing and absurd at times. And as chapters closed, new ones opened! Welcome to the 30s!
Cotton. We welcomed an adorable cloud of marshmallow fluff at home. 🥺
Three books were absolutely essential to me: “What to Expect When You’re Expecting” by Heidi Murkoff and Sharon Mazel; “S’épanouir” by Martin E P Seligman; “How Brands Grow: What Marketers Don’t Know” by Byron Sharp. 📚 Education has played a significant role in my life, as evidenced by my graduation with a Bachelor’s degree and an MBA.🎓 
Now onto the musical part. Not only did we help numerous music lovers with their music needs, but we also scaled this company from nothing to a million-dollar business. 🎵
La joie de vivre, à entretenir. 🌟
This reminds me of our honeymoon after officially marrying my favorite human being. 👰 🤵
Since I like to revisit older pictures from time to time, these are two collages of some of the images I didn’t publish on my blog in the 2010s: Giving a T.V. interview in Prince Edward Island, Canada; A prolific afternoon conversation at SOCAN’s headquarter; One of our meetings with Mathew Knowles; Our talk at CMW (Canadian Music Week) and meeting dear childhood friends in Toronto, Canada; Playing basketball in Palm Springs, U.S.A., and chilling at GRAMMY Museum L.A., U.S.A.; 193 km from Le Lavandou is Monaco (officially the Principality of Monaco) on the French Riviera in Western Europe; Et autres pépites.

“Friends are those rare people who ask how we are, and then wait to hear the answer.’ – Ed Cunningham
My two pets getting along (I love them so much!). ✨

Now settled in beautiful Canada (after Chris and I were selected among the first 100 Startup VISA Canada recipients in 2016). There was nowhere I would rather be than in our lakefront summer cottage in the Great White North around that time. Not-so-random fact: Canada relies chiefly upon its abundant natural resources and well-developed international trade networks. 🐝  ⛰️

One of my absolute favorite places on Earth, V-town during sunset.
Water activities are way too fun (parascending, hydrobikes, jet skis, sailing, engins tractés). Ocean waves, fresh air, messy hair. No expectation to meet, grumpy people looking for trouble, or perfect standards to match. J’en redemande encore.
Together, we are nearing completion of our goal to visit the 50 US states and the 10 Canadian provinces. ❤️
This place held countless beautiful memories that I will forever cherish. The images above have been prepared in advance and are now being published along with this last photo to conclude this thoughful blog post! I am truly grateful for the peaceful sleeps it has provided, the inspiring view that accompanied my work, the moments of exploring interior design, the boat tour organized by our kind neighbour, the hours spent contemplating the future, and even the unexpected situations of frustration that revealed a new protective side (let’s just say I’ve learned and repeated a few colorful words). The time has come to embrace new experiences while still embodying effortless professionalism and beauty…
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  • Lilian Snow
    21st May 2018 5:58 pm

    I also take my hat off to the great female songwriters who follow all the process of making and finishing off a song for the world. It’s not really an easy task. Plus, these songwriting tips from some of them shows that they all put in their best to arrive at that.

  • These song-writing tips are simply amazing. I also write songs for people and songwriting has become a hobby and therapy to me. True that heartbreak can definitely give you a deeper sensibility for writing songs. I’ve been there and It’s thrilling.


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