Quick notes 2

  • As much as my twenties were about evaluating what is really for me, my thirties are about commitment.
  • In case my demanding career, trendy/absurd safe games, narrative endeavors, innovative experiments, creative sparks, among others, have taken over my writings, I just would like to say that I deeply love Chris. I am very lucky to forge so many memories with a clever and patient human being. Even if we do e.v.e.r.y.t.h.i.n.g. together, wearing a meaningful ring does make a difference in how I think from the moment I get up in the morning, honestly.
  • There is nothing like home. We have our healthy habits, we know the community, and we are just happy. Although not right now, I will be thrilled to travel afar again with my people.
  • Changes are most likely coming: I am working with a new Seattle-based professional who advises me to have my social media channels run differently. I am aware they have been all over the place (youth?) so I would like them to reflect maturity.
  • Remember the small conflicts you had with students and colleagues, in college and at the beginning of your career? You will become too absorbed in the realization of your dreams, and your family’s, to not keep situations amiable.
  • The environment I am in is stimulating: I am surrounded by inspiring entrepreneurs from all over the world.
  • Aren’t you already winning at life if you keep the “I did the best I could” mindset? This frame of mind really set in 2020.
  • Healthy from head to toe, I feel particularly blessed. Une meilleure santé est essentielle au bonheur et au bien être.
  • Maybe it won’t be cool to run a blog, let’s say in 10 years, but I am personally glad I started one.

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  • Lol.. Mylene, you seem to have figured out everything about them already.
    I have actually met a couple of singer-songwriters that believed the only factor to measure their success is the number of awards they have won with their songs. It’s good to know they know better now!

  • Ohh! Tunedly is indeed a great one. I checked it out and I will say I am very lucky to have found it. Pls keep up the good work. I’m loving it!

  • Travor Harrison
    7th August 2018 11:05 pm

    Tunedly is a good platform for every aspiring singer-songwriter. It has really been helpful and I would always recommend it. However, I have some observations I would like to contact you about very soon. There are some aspects of songwriting I will be glad if you could add. I will reach you on anyway.
    And these are good observations here. You can’t blame many of us anyway; the industry is driving most of these traits into us!

  • This is because the primary focus of many of them was completely wrong. When you put making money first, you tend to measure your success by how much your music is cashing in. They actually need a “re-orientation”.

  • […] In case you aren’t fully up to speed with what Tunedly is, let me use one paragraph to explain what it can do for you if you’re into making music, whether as a hobby or planning to be a professional singer-songwriter. […]

  • I missed the blog update!

  • I agree with you. When you look at it from the outside, home is just a house. A building. But home means an enjoyable, happy place.

  • I love this. Really, as one becomes of age, many things are bound to change around us. Most of them by factors beyond our control and others by our decisions. It’s really good to see you are making good progress, Mylene. I bet you are having a great time in your marriage. Happy for you, dear.

  • So true! 30s are for commitment. That’s not the time to still be guessing at life. But unfortunately, many of us learned this a bit late.

  • This is my name
    16th May 2021 1:44 am

    You both met like in a beautiful movie. SAY IT Miss Busy
    He takes care of you and you take care of him!


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