▷ Do you suffer from overweight? 10 signs that never deceive 2020 Guide -

You are sick. Yes you are. A silent, deceitful disease that few people know about. This disease exists worldwide. Developed peoples suffer mainly. In the United States, it would even cost more than $ 900 billion each year. Some consider it “one of the biggest problems organizations will have to solve for the next ten years” …

Joël de Rosnay says of it that it constitutes “a new form of pollution of the brains by the excess of information”.

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You would have understood it. This disease is infobesity.

You are probably affected.

“Information, which was once as scarce as caviar, is now overabundant and widely consumed, just like potatoes,” exclaimed Caroline Sauvajol-Rialland.

This disease results in an overload of information. But not just any. Poor quality overload.

Ever more useless data from each other. Videos, as low-quality as Wish’s products. And articles only present to make the buzz.

In order to represent this disease, imagine a chain of fast food. It’s shit. It’s fast. But it still makes you want to go.

Infobesity is therefore Internet McDonald’s. The vast majority of the population is affected, but very few people know it.

Today, I’ve decided to reveal 10 signs that you’re overweight with information. They don’t lie. Only one of its symptoms should alert you. Hang on to your chair. You may fall from above. But do not worry. I have the antidote. I’ll give it to you at the end of the article.

# 1: You can’t read like before

Remember. Remember how easily you read, 20 years ago, a newspaper, a book, a comic book.

You could, with ease, immerse yourself in a deep reading. It was simple. You liked to read a book.

So what happened? Why are you having so much trouble reading now? Where does this lack of focus come from?

You hover over the text. You dissipate. And even, you are bored.

I know. I know this has happened to you before. You are so bored that you have decided to open the private browser. You killed your concentration.

Is this our first symptom? Indeed.

The information would have almost doubled in 3 years, between 1999 and 2002. We can no longer stay focused. So in the U.S., prescriptions for Ritalin, a short-term focus-boosting drug, increased 250% between 1990 and 1995.

The overabundance of data makes reading paper and digital difficult. You are now used to switching from one article to another, from one video to another.

# 2: You get agitated, you lose the thread and start looking for something else to do

You know this moment. Sitting in front of your screen, none of the videos have flavor for you. You are constantly changing content creators, without even taking the time to watch the first 3 minutes of the video.

Even the latest articles on web marketing annoy you. You seem to hear the same things over and over. And even the novelty irritates you.

You can no longer read an entire text without losing the thread. Each of the article titles sounds crazy about each other. But once you click, the content remains bad.

When was the last time you read an entire article? Without agitating yourself. Without trying to spread yourself apart. Reading fascinates you, you hypnotize, you absorb. The sentences followed one another and formed a melody. Soft, pleasant, magical.

This spiral of words and letters captivated you. And you were hoping. You hoped the content never ends. It’s going on forever because it’s been a long time since you’ve experienced such a level of joy while reading.

It doesn’t happen like that these days. Now, infobesity affects us, and we have to constantly bring our brains back to the text.

# 3: You always seem to bring your brain back to text

Do you also read, and wake up 2 pages later, realizing that your thoughts have taken over? You feel the strange feeling of being lost. Slim ! You read without conscience, without even remembering a single word.

What a wasted time! You have to bring your brain back to the text, and read the flip pages again.

And it happens every time you read. You constantly get lost in your thoughts, forgetting to read. On the Internet, sidebars don’t help. They prevent you from concentrating, because they are caught on all sides.

A single word, article, or phrase can remind you of a memory, make you think, and take you away from your book, article, or video. Our concentration has decreased significantly. In particular, the overload of poor quality information.

An advice. Favor speed reading. The faster you read, the more focused you become, and therefore the less your brain will be able to think of the cauliflower gratin that you are going to prepare this evening.

Here is the 3rd symptom. The fourth one will blow you away.

# 4: deep reading has become a struggle

Reading these days remains superficial. We rarely read every word in a long article. We are out of time.

Fast reading recommends flying over the words. Most blog posts are unread. More than half of the people who read this one read only the subtitles.

It’s normal. On the Internet, everything goes fast. In 5 minutes, we saw a dog open the door at the Lepen’s house, a child singing Mickaël Jackson, a policeman dancing the Macarena.

We no longer take the time.

Everything is going so fast that we don’t even dive into a deep reading. We never watch the entire video.

I admit it. It has happened to me to watch a video while reading a blog post. To watch Facebook at the same time as YouTube. To stop listening to the video, to read only the comments.

Everything is going fast, we no longer take the time.

We’re hovering over Instagram’s content, running the news feed for tens of minutes, clogging up thousands of pieces of information, always of low quality. Why would we read a 6000 word article if we can get immediate satisfaction on social media?

So you have to fight now to read an article or a book in depth. It used to be much simpler. You used to immerse yourself in reading. Now it’s a fight. You just have to look at the LeMonde home screen to find that a deep reading of an article with meaning has become mission impossible.

Is infobesity already creating panic in you? Wait until you see the 5th reason that proves you have it. She worries terribly.

# 5: FOMO

Have you ever heard of this term, FOMO? An acronym to signify the fear of missing something “Fear of missing out”.

Do you consider yourself FOMO? Do you click as soon as a notification appears? Do you read the latest news on web marketing? So how often do you check your emails per day?

The fear of missing information characterizes our century. Social media makes us click on the latest photos of our friends, on viral videos and posts with a high level of engagement.

We don’t want to appear null. Become the last person to know about the news. We don’t want to end up alone, away from the news. We want to stay like the others. Informed, up to date, ready to hold a worthless conversation.

We’ve never been so afraid of running out of information. The problem remains that it increases, year after year. We cannot all collect it. We cannot be satisfied. We become anxious. With this constant fear of missing out on information “that will change our lives”.

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And the worst is social media. We are addicted to the notif ’. Unable to hold us back from clicking on the little red number. Unable to let the phone ring and answer it later.

Are you drugged on notice? Do you suffer from infobesity?

Let’s continue to discover the symptoms of this viral disease.

# 6: You notice a reduction in your decision-making

You want me to tell you ? You don’t make any decisions on the Internet. Everything is done to make you think as little as possible.

If you think about it, industries are losing money.

If you are a blogger, minimize the decision-making of your readers. It’s a friend’s tip that can make you big.

For example, this is the home page of my blog, Zen existence. Your attention is directly called to two places. The two call to action buttons.

Analyze most of the sites, and you’ll find that they influence your choices.

Stan Leloup’s blog, Marketing Mania or Jonathan Richard’s blog, Nourris Ton Corps, uses this method to perfection.

This makes it harder for you to make decisions for yourself. Even the simple question “what are we eating tonight”, you can’t answer.

Take back control of your life, think for yourself, become masters of your decisions.

The 7th reason which proves that you remain obese info perfectly characterizes this disease.

# 7: You are drowning in information overload

You have to write an article. You have to shoot a video. You have more or less control over the subject. You start by doing a search on the Internet. Then two. Three. Ten. And you spend 3 hours navigating from site to site, from source to source, watching all the videos on the subject.

Your excuse? I want to bring the best to my customers.

Reality ? It’s easier to watch videos and read articles, than to shoot videos and write articles.

Nowadays, information remains like potatoes, as our friend Caroline explained. Potatoes, poor in nutrients, reflect information, poor in value. Except that the two remain common, and remain present in abundance. Eating all the potatoes is like eating all the info. You are at risk to your health.

So you’re looking, as good obese you are, for the latest release programs, the all-new method that will make you rich and famous. They all contradict each other, you get depressed, and you usually get back to basics.

The Internet makes us believe that hacks exist to become a millionaire. Hacks to become popular. Hacks to gain 10 times more visits to your blog in two days.

Stop believing the hacks. Work cleanly. Learn. And try again. One day, you will end up succeeding.

# 8: You are overwhelmed by emails

“Email is the cause of a production crisis in companies … It’s the silent cancer of societies. ”

Ah, the mails. The incessant newsletters. The latest news, promotions or sales of viagra from a box you do not know exists.

Emails, as useful in marketing as they are, perfectly reflect this glut of information.

An average Frenchman receives around 39 emails a day.

Especially since emails remain a good source of procrastination. A little slack? Worried about working on your business? Go on hop, we open our virtual mailbox, and we spend an hour reading newsletters from people we don’t even follow anymore.

In addition, a quarter of employees spend an hour a day scanning their emails. Maddening. The electronic message would also appear to be responsible for a loss of productivity estimated at 28% of working time. Exorbitant.

So you, how much time do you lose every day because of your emails? By the time you count, move on to the next incredible symptom.

# 9: you want to click everywhere

The Internet catches us on either side. We want to click on each article, each post, each notice “and on all the videos on the YouTube homepage.

The best example? BuzzFeed!

Take a look at the home page of this site which can teach you a lot about the art of writing great titles.

And these kind of attractive titles, you see them all over the web. Therefore, you can start from a research on “how to write titles which appeal”, and with the wire of the clicks, you find on a report concerning the reproduction of orcas in the North Atlantic.

The obese infants then can’t control themselves, and click as soon as they see a tempting title “He cuts a tree, and what he finds inside will impress you”.

“OK doctor, what does the last symptom represent?” ”

# 10: You get more and more impatient

On the Internet, everything goes fast.

You can access any information in two minutes through Google.

You can exchange with a Cameroonian in one click.

And finally, your Instagram and Facebook feed fills up all day.

So the Internet makes us impatient.

So much so that one can no longer properly appreciate the little pleasures of life.

We want everything to go fast.

Let our orders be delivered within 24 hours. Let us respond in 2 minutes on Facebook. And let the person you call pick up immediately.

See the reality in front. The Internet has transformed us into a finicky child, who wants everything, right away.

So. Make way for the verdict. Do you appear obese info? Do you suffer from this disease? Out of the 10 reasons that prove that you are unhealthy, how much do you live in? Share your answer in the comments, it might be funny to see how much society has changed us.

Now you’ll discover the benefits of good information management. Because the problem does not come from the Internet. The Internet remains top. It provides access to extremely valuable information. The catch remains that we misuse this tool, and that we can easily get lost in it. Here are the 5 benefits that you will experience in your life following your recovery.

The benefits of good information management

# 1: Saving time

“The most expensive expense is wasted time. »Theophrastus

Imagine all the hours you waste by hanging around on YouTube, Facebook, Instagram and reading all the worthless information, news and latest articles on your topic?

And now imagine all the time that you could invest in your business, and in yourself if you ban this addiction to the Internet. It would be a minimum of tens of hours each week.

Learning to handle information overload, and to sort out the good from the bad, will save you monstrous time. You will remember moments of joy on your deathbed, but not the article “This is what the two most beautiful twins in the world look like.” 20 years later ”.

But saving time is not the only advantage. Take a look at the next one.

# 2: Free yourself from mental overload

Sometimes you feel oppressed, compressed with the feeling of suffocation in your life. You feel a tightness ball in your chest, feeling like you can’t handle anything. Your brain swells, processes a lot (too much) of information and ahhh nothing is going well in your daily life!

Welcome to the world of mental stress.

It can come from extra work. This problem, common among web entrepreneurs, is the subject of my blog. On this one, I help people to simplify their lives.

Overwork is also common among employees, who are around 4 in 10 who feel it.

But it can also come from an overflow of badly organized information. To free yourself from your mental overload, reduce your exposure to the Internet. In this way, you will simplify your life at the same time, which will automatically make you happier, zen and productive :).

# 3: You will feel a decrease in stress.

A study states that around 4,000 heart attacks a year are caused by stress at work. Again, this stress can come from either overwork or information overload. Which, in a way, is linked.

“Show me a stressed person and I will show you a person who is trying to control what is not controllable. “

On the Internet, you have very little control.

Are you unable to collect enough email addresses to live? You have no real power over this.

Not sure if your next ad will work? You cannot influence its results.

But stress also and above all comes from all the information that circulates. All you have to do is take a look at the headlines. 90% of them have a negative character.

Reducing your exposure to this information will therefore make you much more calm, positive and happy.

Test a week, it’s free. And if you are not satisfied, start using your networks again, read the news and waste your time on the web for hours.

# 4: Put essentials back at the center of your life

The sadness of the people scares me. Not you ?

People are drawn to the superfluous like zombies to the brains. Acquire the latest revolutionary thing everyone is talking about. Show off on social media by posting the photo. To be loved by friends. Realize that the object is void. Realize that we have lost money. And start again, again and again!

We can no longer recognize the essentials of the superfluous these days. In question ? Information overload.

Yes I know. Again and again, what do you want?

Let’s take an example.

Jean Daniel, 26, fan of social networks. They see her idols on Instagram, in bikini, with a dream life. He thinks money will allow him to live the same life. He therefore decides to become rich, even if it means sacrificing all the joys of life. Ultimately, Jean Daniel will not succeed because his motivation is rotten.

There is very little information on the Internet that invites us to breathe, to relax, to take advantage of the little things that forge our happiness. Some examples :

  • Birdsong ;
  • A discussion between friends;
  • Shared laughter;
  • The smile of a passerby;
  • Or the beauty of a flower, the size of a tree.

Instead, the Internet prefers to teach us:

  • The life of Kim Kardashian;
  • How Robert could have raped 3 young girls without being arrested by the police;
  • How the state scams us every day;
  • How many lives has the last attack taken.

Useful, concrete information that allows us to spread the positive.

Choosing well the information which enters our brain, corresponds to an incentive for a simple and Zen life.

Well. It’s cool. You have been paying attention so far. Now redouble your efforts to admire the ultimate benefit.

# 5: This benefit will change your life

Do you remember ? The drop in concentration level is a symptom of overweight.

Tragic. Yes, tragic. Concentration represents the foundation of all business.

In addition, Bill Gates and Warren Buffet consider that the pillar of their success is concentration. If you want the source, type in the 951 pages of Buffet’s biography. Good luck.

Some advantages of concentration?

  • Become 10 times more productive;
  • Remain fully aware;
  • Learn much, much more.

How to become focus? Stop jumping from one news to another, from Lady Gaga’s photo to that of Emmanuel Macron. Respect your brain, and it will respect you in return.

I know you. You want numbers. You want measurable. I’ll give you some.

The decline in a student’s attention begins just 30 seconds after the lesson begins. Yes, this represents the time to settle in. Then, further decreases in attention occur between the 4th and 5th minutes, the 7th and 9th minutes, and then between the 9th and 10th minutes. Needless to say, these are the children and teens most affected by infobesity, and those who experience the worst concentration.

Dear reader, now is the time for your transformation. Insobesity affects you. You want to change. Here are the keys to start your transformation.

10 keys to put the media diet into practice

# 1: stop going on networks

To end the glut of information, it’s easy to stop using social media. Poor quality posts won’t tell you anything new. Honestly, you are wasting your life when you hang out on Facebook, Instagram and company.

And believe me, you deserve better.

To stop the networks is to say yes. Yes to better concentration. Yes to a more positive state of mind. Yes to the preciousness of your time.

I understand that, it remains a difficult exercise. Everyone uses them, and when we take the risk of not going there anymore, we have this strange feeling that we are going to miss something.

For example, I had kept Snapchat for months. My excuse? Maybe my friends will want to contact me on it. Finally, I decided to delete the application. And if they want to talk to me, the SMS exists. And the same goes for Messenger, or even Instagram and Twitter.

You’ll lose nothing without social media, except your negative mindset.

You’ll probably be afraid of not going there. On mobile, nothing could be simpler. Inhale, drag the app to the trash, and you’re good to go.

But on PC, you’re going to need the following key.

# 2: Use the right extensions

You could use social media for your business. In this case, and even if the results remain questionable compared to the time spent, you want to continue to go on Facebook. Logic.

So let me introduce you to 3 Chrome extensions. Because yes, between us, you use networks for work. But half the time, you watch yourself scrolling the news feed. Guaranteed loss of productivity.

These masterful extensions will therefore serve you every day.

Kill News Feed: This will allow you to block the Facebook news feed. Yes, you read correctly. Here’s what I see when I go to Facebook.

In this way, I have no possible distractions. I go to Facebook for a specific purpose, and once it’s done, I go. No waste of time, no remorse after looking at the time.

And you know what ? A similar extension exists for YouTube.

YouTube Clean Up: In the same vein, YouTube Clean Up will allow you to block the YouTube news feed, but not only that. You can ultimately deactivate everything, or not. The comments, the different sidebars, the home page, the recommendations. Everything goes there.

And in pictures, it gives that.

No home page, no sidebars or comments. Well, I admit, I sometimes cheat for these. I like to read people’s opinions on different subjects.

So there you are saying to yourself: wow, it would be great if such an extension existed for Instagram and Twitter. Sorry to disappoint you, but I didn’t find one. But I’m going to present you with a formidable little extension.

BlockSite: a more radical method exists: use BlockSite. As the name suggests, you will be able to block any site. You can even tell the extension to deny you access to pages that contain a certain word. For example, you waste a lot of time on car sites. You ask the extension to block them, and boom, your productivity starts again.

Here are the wonders of BlockSite, in pictures.

So, if you spend too much time on Leboncoin, block it. And if it’s urgent and you have to go at all costs, enter the password that you have previously defined.

Well, concerning the extensions, you are equipped. Let’s continue our road to the media diet, banning information with low added value.

# 3: You should really do this

Imagine a solely negative source of information. These would be repeated in a loop. The relevance of the comments equals 0. And the atmosphere would push a clown to suicide. No one would want to go there and listen, right?

And yet it perfectly represents our French media. Television, radio and all the bullshit of that kind always keep repeating the same deplorable information. Without screaming at the plot, they are brainwashing us. Besides making our state of mind depressed and thinking that the world is going wrong.

These media exploit our negative bias (ability to focus on the negative) in order to gain maximum audience. Today, I hope they will lose a spectator.

So, sell your television, and tune your radio on music channels. Or cut it completely, replacing the news with audio books.

Try to stop following the news, TV and radio for one week only. You should feel happier, more fulfilled, and you will begin to become radiant, to see life positively. Try. It is magic.

Now let’s tackle a colossus.

# 4: Put everything in place to reduce them

You waste too much time reading them every day. Your emails become a scourge and can easily take more than an hour each day to process them all.

Here are some tips to significantly reduce the number of emails you receive:

  • Unsubscribe from any worthless newsletters. Most of them are just a waste of your time. So sort now by clicking on the “Unsubscribe” button at the bottom of the messages;
  • Prohibit social networks from sending you emails. At first, Facebook attacked me every day. He warned me that something had commented, or that a new “like” appeared on my post. Come on, let’s find our serious 5 minutes. Go to the settings, and change your permissions;
  • Create an FAQ. If you blog or if people read or buy your products, you should receive a lot of emails. Your audience may have questions and want to share them with you. When we start, we can easily answer all of these. But it becomes more complicated later. So create a FAQ that answers the most frequently asked questions, and you will limit the number of emails you receive;
  • Define a time slot for replying to emails. This technique comes from the book 4 hour week. Our friend Tim has developed a real process to minimize the emails he receives. And a fundamental point of its strategy lies in a specific niche. Indeed, he decided to answer his emails once a week (or two, I don’t remember). So, the people who contact him write the fullest possible email, because Tim will only reply to them in a week.

If you have other techniques, write them in comment.

Welcome the bulldozer now please.

# 5: Choose the right information

You begin to know it. Infobesity consists of an undesirable avalanche of information. So, you’re going to want to select the information that really pulls you up. For example, you can choose two or three blogs that really stand out, and that you enjoy. For my part, I am a loyal reader of TraficMania and Organisology. Their approach is different from other blogs, and I like that.

It’s up to you to choose the blogs that elevate you, that you love. Ditto for YouTube channels, training and podcasts. In short, decide to choose. You should not undergo the information, but tame it and become one with it.

# 6: test one method at a time

Everything goes fast with the Internet. So it’s tempting to update yourself, to test all the latest methods.

The problem with this approach is that we are programmed to do only one task at a time. So if you jump on the last mega method that will change everything, you forget the other. But it turns out, the other one didn’t work, because you haven’t tried it long enough.

To fight against overweight, try to stick to a method, and explore it to the end, for 90 days for example.

If you go from one step to another constantly, you’ll just waste time and energy. So yes, it’s tempting. Yes, it could inflate your ego. But no, you are not going to achieve anything.

Also, in order to combat overweight and avoid the avalanche of new methods, take a look at the 7th key.

# 7: Unsubscribe from newsletters, Facebook groups, paper subscriptions

Avec cette astuce, vous allez juste vouloir bannir les informations indésirables.

Avec honnêteté, vous pourrez affirmer que la plupart de vos newsletters, groupes Facebook, ou abonnements papiers ne vous instruis pas davantage. Ou du moins, ne vous apporte pas une valeur suffisante par rapport au temps que vous leur consacrez.

Ainsi, effectuez le grand ménage de printemps, maintenant !

#8 : Stocker les bonnes idées sur Evernote

Internet regorge de pépites. Des informations qui peuvent fortement élever votre vie. Ce serait dommage de passer à côté.

Ainsi, au lieu de vous renseigner sur 10 sources différentes, et oublier 95 % des infos, privilégiez 2-3 blogs, journaux ou groupes qualitatifs, et notez les conseils sur Evernote.

Pour rappel, Evernote demeure un bloc-notes en ligne absolument fantastique. Je vous le recommande fortement.

Lorsque vous aurez collecté assez d’informations, vous n’aurez même plus besoin d’en chercher davantage sur des blogs et sites douteux, ou sur des vidéos à mourir d’ennui.

Cette technique, je l’utilise pour écrire mes articles, dont celui-ci. J’ai pris plusieurs heures pour m’informer sur l’infobésité, en lisant des articles aussi bien français, qu’anglais, et j’ai noté toutes les informations dans un tableau. Lorsque j’entends une nouvelle donnée intéressante, je la rajoute. De cette manière, quand je veux écrire sur un sujet précis, j’ai juste à ressortir mon tableau pour composer le plan de l’article.

Je vous encourage à faire de même, afin de combattre cette maladie bien ancrée en nous.

Bon. Redressez-vous. Respirez. Vous allez découvrir l’avant-dernière clé magique pour lutter contre l’infobésité. Le vaccin préfinal.

#9 : Choisir un créneau d’exposition à Internet

Vous voulez vous détacher petit à petit de la surcharge d’information ? Définissez-vous un créneau d’exposition à Internet.

Par exemple, choisissez d’utiliser les moteurs de recherche uniquement une heure par jour, de 8 h à 9 h. Vous sélectionnerez les informations les plus pertinentes et les plus utiles, sans finir par regarder un documentaire sur l’élevage fantastique des otaries.

Vous pouvez faire de même pour les réseaux sociaux, ou pour les vidéos et films.

Et si vous voulez pousser l’expérience encore plus loin, lisez la dernière clé. Elle changera votre vie.

#10 : Réaliser une détox digitale d’un mois

Effectuer une détox digitale d’un mois peut faire peur. Surtout si votre business repose intégralement sur Internet.

Ceci étant dit, vous pouvez tout de même ne plus aller sur les réseaux sociaux, la télévision, ou même sur la « sacrée » radio pendant un mois. Votre vie changera radicalement. Vous deviendrez un adepte de la diète médiatique. Et vous tenterez de convertir votre entourage par la suite.

Vous gagnerez des dizaines d’heures chaque semaine. Votre état d’esprit deviendra plus positif. Vous découvrirez le monde pour la première fois : magnifique, splendide, rempli d’opportunités.

Durant ce mois, vos actions seront concentrées sur l’essentiel. Vous appliquez à la perfection la loi de Pareto.

Vous êtes blogueur ? Vous passerez un mois à écrire des articles, à créer du lien avec les autres personnes de votre thématique et à réaliser la promotion de votre contenu.

Vous publiez des vidéos sur YouTube ? Ce mois sera consacré au tournage, à l’amélioration de votre élocution et à la création de relations avec les autres influenceurs.

Bref, vous passerez un mois productif, en figurant pleinement heureux, coupé de toutes informations négatives et superflues.

Vous pouvez même aller plus loin. Supprimez tous les écrans pendant un mois, installez-vous à la campagne et reconnectez-vous à la nature. Ce mois-ci restera à vie dans votre mémoire.

Votre vie peut commencer, aujourd’hui !

L’infobésité touche la grande majorité de la population. Vous la subissez surement. Mais désormais, vous possédez l’antidote.

La charge mentale que vous ressentez va disparaître. Cette sensation d’oppression et l’étouffement quotidien auquel vous faites face s’envoleront. À la place, un sentiment de bonheur constant. Un cerveau libre de toutes distractions. Un plaisir journalier, une concentration qui ferait bander un ours et une productivité qui rendra jaloux Elon Musk.

Essayez. Essayez de réduire votre exposition aux diverses sources d’informations, et constatez les bienfaits dans votre vie.

Vous simplifierez votre vie. Vous la rendrez meilleure, pleine de sens, et remplie de bonheur.

A propos de l’auteur

Moi, Flo, aide les entrepreneurs surchargés et stressés à simplifier leur vie grâce à mon blog « Existence Zen ». C’est ma mission de vie, ce qui me fait vibrer me donne envie de me lever chaque matin.