Freelancer, Entrepreneur, artist: Do you Cohome?

First of all I would like to wish you the best year ever, full of great new projects, great moments with the people you love and a lot of fun and discovery.     I also wanted to thank you all for following this blooming blog and hope you’ll keep reading it because 2016 will

Let someday be today

We’ve been told a million times that life is short and we should live each moment to the fullest. It’s been said so many times we don’t really listen to this message anymore. But there are days that remind you that things can change in a few seconds and maybe you should listen to this

Interview: Ryan Bonaparte, Crazy Enough To Try

To start off this new season, I’m bringing you a great, multi passionate person that caught my attention a few months back. His book and his blog Crazy Enough To Try are a great read if you want to ask yourself the right questions to move forward in your life, led by passion.   So

Why Some of us Don’t Have One True Calling | Emilie Wapnick | TEDxBend

No comments needed, you only MUST watch this 12 minutes video that says everything I want to say and sums up the philosophy behind this blog.   And please share with anyone you know who might be a multipotentialite… Check out Emilie Wapnick’s website Puttylike   Love what you're reading? Share it…

Green School Bali

Now that I’m a parent and my kid will have to go to school next year, I’m thinking about his future. How will he grow up? Will he be happy? Will he be bullied? Will he be bored? And after watching these really inspiring talks by Sir Ken Robinson (this one and this one) and Logan Laplante, I asked

Sam Dunn: heavy metal anthropologist

Heavy metal… two words that will most probably make you yell. Either of joy because you are a metal fan, or of horror because you don’t understand how people can call this music! So please if you’re part of this second category, keep reading, because this story is really great. And I’ll admit it, for a long