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I don't know

I was afraid to say I don’t know.

Until a few months ago, I felt embarrassed when I was asked something in my areas of expertise and didn’t know the answer. I blamed myself for not knowing.

And of course, with that comes the pressure to always want to give satisfaction.

Now I understand that it’s not about knowing. It’s about knowing that you don’t know.

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On the importance of getting a good night's sleep

I’ve been sleeping strictly at least eight hours a day for a little over a week. That’s so good.

Before when I slept well, and for that long, I felt guilty. I thought that as a young person, I had to spend sleepless nights in order to work more.

But, can you work and be productive if you are not healthy? Absolutely not.

Then let’s sleep well. Let’s work as well.

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On doing things the right way

I think that, as humans, we must do our best to always do things the right way.

This seems obvious, but I felt tonight, it’ll be cool to remind it to myself.

On doing things the right way
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When you’re angry don’t talk

This note is a reminder that I am reminding myself for the future. When something shocks me, or when I am really offended, I can have very unpleasant words.

Recently, a person has clearly told me things that are almost contemptuous. I’m glad I didn’t answer on the spot.

There are other ways to get a message across than through anger.

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Et si j’avais pris un chemin différent

Je me demande parfois ce que je ferais aujourd’hui si j’avais pris un chemin différent il y a quelques années. Si j’avais fais d’autres choix à des moments cruciaux de ma vie.

Il y a beaucoup de choses qui m’ont passionnées. Vraiment passionnées. À un point où j’imaginais passer ma vie à ne faire que ça.

Je suis toutefois optimiste quant à mes rêves. La vie c’est un long parcours. Parfois parsemé de surprises.

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Taking care of our health should be a full-time job

When we are young, we often hear that our greatest and most precious resource is our time. I think time is as important, if not more important, than health.

Indeed, it is enough to go through a period of illness once to realize how important it is.

I think that many young people (here I talk about myself first, and the other young people around me whom I get to know on a daily basis) neglect or take health for granted. It’s a big illusion.

We should be taking care of our health every day. Whether through diet, sleep or sport, no aspect should be neglected.

Taking care of our health must really be a full-time job.