Snapshots From My Life Over the Past Decade

As I have mentioned recently, my theme for 2020 and beyond is all about life being effortlessly professional and beautiful (I need it!). I realize now that building my business during the 2010s was the perfect initiative, and I felt like sharing pictures of my family, my friends, and me to capture the evolution.

Chance. N’est-il pas à croquer ?! More moments to be thankful for. 📸

Just a few playful, positive, and cherished moments that meant a lot to me! Aujourd’hui, je célèbre la femme que j’étais, et que je suis. The picture with the well-tailored short dress was specifically worn for the shoot of a music video. 🍃

Business and passion. An ideal combination.

It has been such a rich year for new encounters and longtime friendships. 👀

“The Moment of Lift” by Gates and “Five To Rule Them All” by Bosco are two books I recently read and learned a ton from. They didn’t leave me feeling indifferent at all. 📚

I am so looking forward to sharing these kinds of moments with my future kids one day.

Tennis: The prizes have each the size of three fingertips, nothing more than childhood contentment. I felt sad that most of my childhood things stayed in the South of France when I left to build a better life. So, my parents sent me a picture – don’t mind the ski amateur snowflake on the left!

Chris, I am truly grateful for everything we share, experience, feel, and build together.

Meet my legendary grandma, mesdames et messieurs. 🙌🏻

Here’s a stunning view of the 6.

Dancing to boost the feel-good factor. 💃

The dream team. Caption this picture. 🐰

This is from my time spent in The Lone Star State. An important symbol for Texas since its origins as an independent state. 🇨🇱

Mood: “I’m sick of following my dreams, man. I’m just going to ask where they’re going and hook up with ’em later.” – Mitch Hedberg

I don’t believe I need to mention who Harvey is. 🎵

Loving the sunset and amazing panorama of L.A..

This was snapped in the Canary Islands, where we spent countless hours cuddling and discovering las maravillas del archipiélago. 🏝

Mylène drawings. I have been lucky to have some really talented artists drawing me (I will add the authors’ names if they want to).

This is one of the very first pictures we took when we arrived in the vast expanse of Canada. 🇨🇦

You can tell it’s a fun and stimulating conversation… True love is in the air.

A glance at our backpacking explorations over the years. 🌎

The perfect start.

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  • OMG! These recordings just don’t sound like some demos I’ve heard. They must have put in a lot of work into getting this done, and I must say that if I were the popular artist listening to this, I’ll be double-impressed and won’t hesitate to get to the owner.

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    • Rebecca Sharks
      19th March 2020 9:32 pm

      She updated the article and uploaded new pictures. My favorite pictures are number 1 and number 2.

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  • Wow. The few demos do not entirely sound like ‘demos’ to me. This shows that I still have a long way to go because mine sounds crappy to me now. To be a successful songwriter and record that perfect sound just to catch the attention of popular artists is no joke but I’m ready to go all out!

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  • This belief among songwriters that a demo that sounds great is all they need to catch the attention of popular recording artists and music supervisors really need to change because there is still a lot to be done to get even a little noticed. I was there and it took me a while before I could even get one to listen to my recordings. But once you have recordings that are already fully-produced, you can be sure that you are making headway.

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  • Thanks for this, Mylene. I’ve been thinking about expanding my songwriting skills and going beyond my community but not really sure how to go about that. Right now, I think I know just how to go about the whole thing with ease.

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  • Yeah, demos still have a place in the music industry. But I fear that some people are now overlooking the main purpose which is to help songwriters in deciding whether or not their latest creation is worth converting to full, radio-ready production. It’s nice though, that some people are still bringing out good demos. It shows that the right thing is still being done.

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  • I’m new to this whole songwriting thing and I have listened to a lot of demos from successful songwriters just to have an idea of the whole thing, and so far, it’s been quite interesting and I can say that it would demand a lot from me. But I think it will be worth it in the end.

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  • This is one thing I always love about Mylène. She is very open about her work exhaustion, anxiety, and her efforts in overcoming her accent. She’s definitely got some fire inside of her. Keep it burning, M!

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    • We need to help each other up. And now adorable pictures. Her life is so full, with stimulating jobs, family, friends, and houses to keep running. Welcome to America once again! We’re nice people.

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  • When Mylene smiles, everybody smiles. omg so this is what having a girl crush is like

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