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  • On supporting friends & their art
    Today, I thought I will share a view on friends and art. How many of us do have a friend who does art? It can be obviously some well-known artistic venue like painting, but art is also ceramic, writing, or anything you put your heart to. Thus, how many of us do have such a friend? We live in a day and age in which, in our Occidental countries, we are lucky enough (for the most part) to be able to get lost in art a few hours a week. Thus, more and more people do art on a regular basis. However, if many people see it as a hobby, more and more people dream of living only from their art and yes, I am sure it is mainly possible. Thus, what can you do when this is the dream of one of your dear friends?
  • My online course is now FREE! – Limited Offer
    This post simply aims to share with you my holiday decision: my online course will be free until 16/08/2022. As I am going to Poland tomorrow, I thought it would also be a great idea to get you a special gift too, and what is better than an online course helping you create a more balanced life?
  • Mid-Year Book List – All the books I have read in 2022 so far! ☆
    I am so happy to write today about a topic so dear to my heart that I have nonetheless left a bit to live on its own in 2022: books. As a former librarian, a children’s literature graduate, a certified book coach, and a literary consultant, books are undoubtedly a gigantic part of my life. However, and even if I never stopped reading, I have not found much time lately to write, and even less about books. It is true that with officially graduating from college, working for both a European University and as a freelancer, and trying to balance it all with my personal life, the blog has sometimes been neglected a little, and my bookish reviews with it. However, what better way to catch up on reading than a mid-year book list?

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