Creative Entrepreneur Stories

Ah, write. Despite my dyslexia, I always wanted to write, as far as I can remember. My father still has tons of notebooks where I scribbled stories, newspapers where I narrated my days, shared my thoughts, left traces of my emotions on paper. I find that writing can be worth a thousand images, just like photography can be worth a thousand words. My teachers loved the way I told stories, I always had good marks in written expression.

It seems like I hear the term "Content Creator" all over the place recently, and it made me think about how the world, especially now, and in particular the digital world, has developed. As an avowed addict of social media, Instagram and Pinterest (I'm not the only one here - who's with me ?!) which has pros and cons. Pinterest is a killer to give me travel inspiration. Before knowing it, I created a painting, pinned 1000 inspiration plans and reserved a plane ticket. Sorry, not Sorry.⁠

It is time that I speak of Little Things Create more exactly "Little Things Create and Big Difference"! For those of you who may not know the origins of Little Things Create, a little over 8 months ago, I started a new chapter by quitting my job to start an entrepreneurial life, it was a decision that was about to overturn my world.⁠

After my first week of confinement, I recently thought a lot about how we document our daily lives. As creative people, our job is our passion, which means that even when I'm not outside, and I'm not filming for clients, I'm still drawn, use my Fuji camera & my DJI osmo pocket , writing book, creative thinking during my free time… So, I take you with me, to live a day by my side, a day in the shoes of a Conntent Creator and a Community Manager. Let's go!⁠

Confidence <3. Here is my first article on positive thinking. I wanted to share with you my greatest fear. Fear of success. For the past 6 months, I have left my CDI 9-5 to start freelancing and live my passion by collaborating with brands that I like. Sell ​​my services. Write a book. For a few weeks, days, months, I have been sabotaging myself, I am afraid of succeeding.

Today, I share with you my vision of slow travel. It is the art of taking your time, leaving room for chance and the unknown, far from all organized, mapped out routes. A way of saying "look, everything is in front of you, go ahead and let the magic come to you". It is also for this reason that my blog is in travel story format that will hopefully make you want to go explore the world. My best advice, don't forget to lose yourself.

I'm happy to share with you my favourite apps for creating quality content. It is essential in my work to know how to handle emotional design correctly to best convey the stories of the places visited. Last week, I made a prominent announcement on my IG, but I still haven't posted anything here, so I thought I would make you discover this adventure with you! If you missed my ad from last week on my stories and the video, you could see it here :)

A few days ago, we finally went to the heart of Paris, the weather was beautiful. It was the perfect time to come and see Paris! We arrived quite late in Paris, because we had a shoot before, so we couldn't do much. Then we had a little snack, it was time to fill our stomachs.

A day with Fujifilm X-T30, camera for wanderlust and travel blogger. Camera compact with hight quality. Give you me feedback, and explain how I use that camera.

In the beginning, when I started my blog in July, I felt the need to share with you my passion for hotels. Having worked 5 years in Luxury Hotels, I learned the art of hotel living. Then my studies, in communication and graphic design helped me, even more, to appreciate my travelling in beautiful places or atypical places. Every travel story begins with a hotel. What do you think?