Rare image de moi souriant naturellement

Samedi dernier, j’ai passé une agréable journée en dehors de la ville. Et, fait intéressant, quelqu’un a réussi à prendre une photo de moi souriant naturellement ????.

Alors, mesdames et messieurs, voici une photo rare de Justin souriant naturellement.

Rare picture of me smiling naturally

Last Saturday, I spent a pleasant day out of town. And interestingly enough, someone managed to capture a picture of me smiling naturally ????. So, ladies and gentlement, here is a rare picture of Justin smiling naturally.

Rare picture of me smiling naturally

Nice picture of nature

Nice picture of nature.

Today I was working on some sweater requests on the Gutenberg repo.
And I had to test one of the components I had to document with an image block.

A little research on Unsplash gave me this great picture that I really loved.


Photo by v2osk on Unsplash.

What makes you happy?

Lately, I’ve started to explore the things that make me happy, that make me smile. Maybe now I realize how much I’ve been avoiding all that.

I have ideas, but I wonder why I don’t put them into action right now. So, Justin, what makes you happy? And when are you going to start doing all these things on a regular basis ?


Photo by Belle Co from Pexels.

Pourquoi fuir le bonheur ?

Pourquoi fuir le bonheur ?

Parfois, des choses bien arrivent dans nos vies. Mais il arrivent qu’on soit si pessimistes (????‍♂️), qu’on les rejette inconsciemment.

Avec entre autres pour raison qu’on veut s’épargner la souffrance quand ça se passerait mal. Mais, comment savoir que ça se passera mal ou pas sans avoir essayé ? Pourquoi fuir le bonheur ?

How do you do ?

Yesterday, after I talked about the #100DaysOfCode I’m about to start, a friend asked me: how do you do it ?

How do I get a job, contribute to WordPress, make side-projects (not finished ????), etc… The only answer I could give him is that he doesn’t want to do the same as me.

I think I sleep less and less, and spend more and more time on my computer. It’s clearly not good for my health. Let’s just say that, over time, I’ve built up a world in which I spend most of my time.

Lately, I’ve been able to see the consequences of this. I’ve understood the importance of having a life off the internet, of talking to real people, of having interactions.

As I usually say, the important thing is to find the right balance between work and private life.

Finding the light 💡

Sometimes we remain within a wall of ignorance that we elevate ourselves. In these situations, finding the light is essential.

This wall I was talking about earlier may be due to misconceptions, fears, our environment, etc…

The more we move away or take a step back from these things, the closer we get to the « end of the tunnel », to the light.

I really wish everyone to find their light, and the peace that goes with it…


Photo by Kaique Rocha on Pexels.

Late for going home

It’s easy to overdo it when you love what you do or the work you do. So it’s important to know that it’s also possible to be late for going home.

When you’re passionate about your work, it’s easy to find yourself spending long hours working on something exciting. And not seeing time go by. You may not realize right away the danger of overdoing it.

As a result, it can lead to mental health problems that really hurt. I think we should rather focus on our own well being.

Yesterday I told a colleague that I was late coming home. She smiled. Because it’s not often you say that. You’re late for work, late for an appointment; but not too late for home.

I came across a perfect seven

I like the number seven. Whenever I meet it, I’m super happy about it. This morning, when I woke up, I came across a perfect seven.

I’m not superstitious (well, not the way we usually think when we refer to the word). I have a few quirks, which I like to respect. And one of them is to try to get the number 7 as much as possible when I interact with my surroundings or my environment.

When I woke up this morning, it was 07:00. I was super happy, so I think today will be a beautiful day.


Photo by Miguel Á. Padriñán provenant de Pexels

Feeling again the pleasure of learning something new

Feeling again the pleasure of learning something new

When I discovered WordPress a few years ago, I was really excited to learn some new stuff. I liked it, and I was happy.

I‘ve learned a lot of great stuff since then. Really interesting things. But as the years went by, I had lost the pleasure I felt when I discovered something new.

I was learning, but I wasn’t happy about it. I stagnated, and tried to run away from the reasons for it.

Today, a little by chance, I found myself on the GatsbyJS website. So I read the first documentations, and… I found it really fantastic.

Even though I hadn’t planned this initially, I found myself reading more and more about it.

I felt this outpouring of joy again when I learned that I had four years ago.

Now, it’s great to say again

I’m learning GatsbyJS, and I’m happy to do it.