Back in 2012, I wrote a blog post about how the Silver Line embedded in my life is strongly connected with the French language. And it certainly followed the same pattern since! 🙂 I choose to write my blog posts
Day 26: “Spring” is coming, are you getting ready? Do you pay attention to your physical strength, exercising and eating properly? If it’s “Winter” time in your life (you’re going through a difficult situation right now), keep in mind that Nature
Day 25: Do you have friends? Do you connect with people who are going in the same direction, and supporting you? Or do you surround yourself with those who keep you stuck or drain your energy? When you decide to
Day 24: Do you allow the phantoms from the past to haunt you, and influence your life? “I was told that …” “My teacher said …” “I was never good at …”, and so on. Who can guarantee that those
Day 23: What can you learn from nature? How can you apply that learning? Nature is a great teacher, at least for me: it’s resilient, trusting its own power, appreciates diversity, always evolving yet operating in cycles that allow regeneration …
Day 22: The relationship itself is a separate entity. How are you nurturing it? What would you like to get out of it? How would you like a relationship to be: supportive? creative? funny? loving? … When I talk about
Day 21: How often do you put yourself on the edge: exploring or learning something new, getting out of your comfort zone? Next time you will be more familiar with the new situation, and you can expand your abilities even
Day 20: How often do you reconnect with places that inspire you? Niagara Falls is one of the places that inspires me. Crawford Lake is another one, easier to visit being closer. Machu Picchu … what a powerful experience I had there!
Day 19: How often do you ask someone for advice or network with people around you? How often do you pay attention to your own intuition? I was reading recently on the Internet that asking for advice makes you look smarter.
Day 18: Look for the beauty and learn from everything, even if it looks “dark” and “cold”. For example: What’s good about being single? You have the opportunity to spend more time with yourself, to (re)discover what’s important to you, what