What the hell is happening in European football? If you take a look at some scores in France, Germany or England, you may think you are watching tennis as most leagues took back their rights after the summertime season dedicated to moves and transfers. Great spectacle about to end up as cold times come up? In Germany, Sadio Mané’s integration in Bayern Munich could not … Continue reading Flooding of goals all over Europe
Going back to work after the summer holidays is maybe as difficult as waiting for the summertime vacation period while the sun is shining all day long. For those who were lucky enough to leave home and go somewhere else to enjoy time far away from the daily routine, it is not always easy to get back to a professional activity after two or three … Continue reading Going back to work: how to overcome the end of holidays?
Mother Nature is particularly hotheaded this summer. While the effects of global warming are becoming more visible and obvious each day that goes by, with drought episodes from France to Somalia, forest fires from California to Brittany and unbearable temperatures in Western Europe, it is not only necessary but really vital to stop the rise of greenhouse gas in our everyday lives: growing more trees, … Continue reading Flooding in Dakar, one dead
Not good news for the Cameroonian basketball team and Africa overall, but this beginning of summer turned Joel Embiid into a French citizen who can now play for Vincent Collet’s squad. What a great announcement for France if you imagine a team with Rudy Gobert, Evan Fournier, Nicolas Batum and Joel Embiid at the same time! The Cameroonian (and now French) center from Philadelphia acquired … Continue reading Joel Embiid gets the French Nationality
Most people usually take the summertime period to spend some time and travel with their friends or families. Sunny weather, ability to get some holidays more easily since the company where you work is up for it (sometimes your firm will even be closed for a certain period in July or August), and a terrible desire not to stay locked up in a dark tiny … Continue reading Going on holidays, a good way to strengthen relationships
Expatriation may not be the next plan of your professional career in period of worldwide pandemic, and “home sweet home” after all, but making the leap and trying one’s luck is a step that you will remember for the rest of your life, no matter the country where you settle down. Some are still thinking about going and living abroad, but we must admit that … Continue reading Making the leap of expatriation
The Golden State Warriors are taking over from the Milwaukee Bucks (NBA champions in 2021), and the Larry O’Brien trophy is going back in the West. The teammates of Andre Iguodala, who did not play very much in these NBA Finals (one minute in the last game), beat up the Boston Celtics 4-2 in the ultimate series, who will thus not overtake the Los Angeles … Continue reading Golden state made it again !
A fourteenth Champions’ League for Real Madrid. A couple of weeks ago in Paris, the Spanish football club won the prestigious European trophy over Liverpool FC of Mohamed Salah and Sadio Mané by the shortest score (1-0). While Real is ending up the season beautifully with a title of Spanish champion and this Champions’ League, Liverpool can feel unrewarded after a tremendous season as well: … Continue reading Real European king Liverpool not rewarded.
How many deadly shootings do we need before something is done to preserve the lives of the American people? May was terrible in the US with two shootings that sadly reminded America that the second amendment of the US constitution, enforced in 1791, is destroying lives much more than it is protecting them. On May 14, a White supremacist boy was killing 10 people, mostly … Continue reading United States : bearing arms is maybe a right, mostly a scourge
Poetry is a word that sometimes comes to our ears when we think of old time recollections from high school: in those days, our language teachers used to compel us to read poems from the nineteenth century that we would then analyze and comment on in order to get our dearest diploma. Not always a pleasant moment (a little bit complicated for a seventeen or … Continue reading What if we lived in a world of poetry?