The struggles of keeping in touch. As I self-diagnosed what has made me lose touch with this newsletter these last 6 months, I realised that it is those…
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It went from butterflies in the stomach as we were sitting in that movie theatre wondering when he would grab my hand, to happy dancing in my bathroom…
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An ode to petty and spiteful women. In this newsletter, I dig into the very notion of revenge and try to make sense of the narrative power of revenge as…
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... who were also born in the early '90s. What are the differences between Millennials and Gen Zs? This is a question I tried to answer for a client…
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Unless you’ve been living under some rock, you must know the much anticipated Friends reunion episode was released last week. I won’t spoil it, but I…
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Idiom that works both in English and in French
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Believe it or not, I have other obsessions in life apart from Taylor Swift. I may know all her albums by heart, but I can also recognise any given line…
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Oh no… another “this time last year” piece. Sorry. Call me a sheep, but like most people, my mind has become so structured by the concept of Time that I…
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I guess what’s so enchanting about Amélie Poulain, and why this film has always resonated with me is how it shows there is magic in ordinary people’s…
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We all know about Marcel Proust’s famous madeleine episode, but although this is the first “involuntary memory” episode of Proust’s À la recherche du…
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As much as I could try to monetise each of my own identity pillars, I personally struggle with the idea of putting up my own identity and story “for…
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“Those who can make you believe absurdities, can make you commit atrocities." – Voltaire. I didn’t know this quote, until about a week ago. I had to…
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