The first time I went to Amsterdam, I was younger, and I wasn't "into art", not as I am today. This year I went back there, for the 3rd time I think. But now that art became my passion, how could I go to Van Gogh's city and not visit his museum ?? I simply … Lire la suite de Finally Visited Van Gogh’s Museum
I discovered John Legend a few years ago. My parents saw him at the Nice Jazz Festival - they didn't know him at the time - and loved his work. We started listening to his album Evolver, while we were on holidays in Greece. From then we couldn't stop buying his albums and listening to … Lire la suite de A Dream Come True !
A lot of things have happened to me since I got back from vacation. Some were good, some were less so, but I tried my best to turn them all to my advantage. And among these numerous events, there is one, even greater than everything else : I passed my audition to enter the Conservatory's … Lire la suite de I Got Accepted !!! (drama audition)
Today I am going to talk about a book. A deeply moving book. Probably one of the most amazing I've ever read. Written by Romain Gary, and titled La vie devant soi. So first, storytime : this novel is actually a story in itself. Indeed, as some of you - well, A LOT OF YOU I … Lire la suite de A booked I Loved
If you follow me on social networks, you may know that I was supposed to come back from Greece on the 30th of August... Unfortunately - or I'd rather say LUCKILY - the flight was... cancelled. And guess what ? We had to spend the night in Mykonos. https://twitter.com/MonCoinArty/status/902999406026252288 So we stayed at some friend's … Lire la suite de Improvised Art Lesson in Mykonos
I'll start this article with an advice : learn to build your own opinions, be proud of them, and never ever feel obliged to have the same opinion as everyone. Be different, confident, and know that the majority isn't always right. I learned that while reading A Moveable Feast by Ernest Hemingway. During summertime (which isn't … Lire la suite de Paris Est Une Fête
On Friday night - not yesterday, but the week before (yes, again, I am really late) - I was, in Nice, at the concert of M. M as Matthieu Chedid, french singer, famous poet Andrée Chedid's grandson, famous singer Louis Chedid's son, and brother of two other singers, Joseph and Anna, and a filmmaker, Emilie. … Lire la suite de Lamomali
OOOHHH, dear readers, Before talking, let me apologize. I don't know what happened to me, for real. I, like, went from "blogosphere addict" to perfect stranger in a month. So sorry for that. But, no worry, I am back at it. For good. The event I am going to talk about - even though it … Lire la suite de F(ê)aites De La Danse !
Here's my problem : I've got time, and inspiration. I got them, and won't let 'em go. That's for sure. But now that I've finally found them, another thing left me : my motivation. My days are empty, and I've got plenty of things to talk about. But I've got that awful laziness that prevents … Lire la suite de Borderline
A very short article today. Simply because I am going to talk about something I've already talked about, a year ago. It's about the International Yoga Day. It took place on Sunday (but the official day was earlier in the week). At the Hill of the Castel of Nice, as usually. I went there with my … Lire la suite de Breath As One