Many things may seem impossible to you today, and they are. But with a little motivation to start and a good system to continue, the impossible becomes possible over time.
First trip abroad alone, first time I have nothing to hold me in Paris. But above all, the first time I’ve been away for so long!
The result is incredible, both for the body and the mind. A complicated week to spend, but then you become a true Formula 1!
I have great admiration for the blind. To “try” to understand their world, I decided to spend a whole day blindfolded.
French has always been my pet peeve. Bad spelling, even dyslexic on the edges, I quickly understood that writing would not be my strong point…
To be honest, it’s a gift I got for my 34th birthday. I think that this special attention from my girlfriend, I probably wouldn’t have
I realized over the last 10 years, I was always chasing time and that every hour of my day had to be “optimized”.
This challenge is proof that aninthing is impossible. In 6 months, I found the strength to get into the ring to overcome my fear of fighting!
From the age of 18, I never took a book in my hands. I will have to wait 12 years for this to change…
I have great memories of this experience. I can now put “fence expert” on my resume! I mostly met some great people, whom I probably never would have met otherwise.
While visiting the North Island of New Zealand, we come across the “Rainbow Falls” sign. A rainbow waterfall? Seriously?
A great experience that I highly recommend. It’s the best way to visit the glacier and a great opportunity to fly by helicopter!