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#7 Blanche - Happiness Therapist

White, 33 years old

Mister k's pen.

Mom with good ideas.

My good plans to follow

At Sauve Ton Resto , their mission and their good heart are worth three times. On the one hand we are booking our first culinary outing after confinement, we don't really know when it will be but it's exciting! Then we help the restaurateurs by ensuring them a little turnover after these months which will have been dramatic for them, and finally, for each reservation made, we know that 1€ is donated to the HPFP Foundation! So what are you waiting for?

@agathelecaron She is funny, intelligent and multifaceted… Because in addition to presenting a daily show, having written a book that saves our days confined with children, launched a clothing brand and entertains our days with her hilarious interventions…. she has just launched a podcast on extraordinary anonymous love stories.

My cookie recipe to die for

Well, let's be honest, it's my niece's...Like all cookies, it's the baking that counts, but they are perfect nonetheless.


  • 150 g chocolate chips (or dessert chocolate bar broken into pieces)
  • 125 g brown sugar
  • 125 g of sugar
  • 300 g of flour
  • 200 g salt crystal butter
  • 1 egg
  • 1 sachet of vanilla sugar or 1 tbsp. tablespoon of vanilla extract
  • 1 C. teaspoon of baking soda (if you have it)

Whisk together the sugars, softened butter, vanilla, salt and bicarbonate. Add the egg and whisk again then add the flour in two batches and mix. When you obtain a homogeneous dough, add the chocolate chips. Place balls of dough, not too smooth, on your baking sheet covered with baking paper. Bake at 180°C for 8 to 10 minutes maximum depending on the size of the cookies. The cookies should start to brown around the edges and especially be soft in the center, they will harden after taking out of the oven.

Treat yourself !

My current activities

No, you don't have to offer creative activities to your children every three minutes and yes, listening to stories is a great idea in this case! Dream Blower , which in normal times is already a mine of exciting stories, is also making its hundreds of stories available during confinement, for a price that you define yourself...

@we_give_collab Designers or ready-to-wear brands who offer one of their pieces which will be auctioned on Instagram and the entire amount raised will be donated to the Protect Your Caregiver fund? Bright ! The best bidder leaves with his prize and a nice donation to fight against the virus….And if you missed our sublime Albert blazer, put up for auction a few days ago, keep your eyes peeled for the other gems!


@amandine.lw Amandine realized that she could not immediately reopen her place bringing together families and committed creators. Instead she makes appointments with us for lives, interviews, classes...to entertain us or help us with our kids during these few weeks. Masterclass on sleep, philosophy workshop from 4 years old, bilingual musical journey or sign language workshop... You are now ready to face these tornadoes!

An idea for a film

The meeting of a street artist and a filmmaker, the 50 years that separate them and the common desire they have to travel across France to make its inhabitants talk... This is what I wanted to present to you this week to escape for a few moments.

In this road movie full of sweetness, the great Agnès Varda and the talented JR wanted to meet the people, the real ones, those who matter in their village, and give them an important place. We then discover these postmen, bakers and other inhabitants of Pas de Calais on the Côte d'Azur, through the camera of one and the photographs of the other. We also dive into the budding friendship of these two artists which grows throughout their journey and we let ourselves be moved by their complicity, their mischief and their generosity towards these villagers. The power of images, music produced by Matthieu Chedid and memories evoked by Agnès Varda, who died last year, seduces us throughout.

Faces, Villages by Agnès Varda & JR

Blanche's mood post


Over the past few weeks, we have adopted certain habits, most of them not bad. And since mid-March, they have seriously had time to anchor themselves in our daily lives. If in general we may have difficulty maintaining them, could this time, in this particular context, we not be able to maintain our momentum? Which ones can we hope to keep?

  • Good ecological habits will have had a few weeks to become part of our habits, if we had not already adopted them. We noticed that we were consuming less, all sectors combined, and that we were not doing so badly... We decided to focus on the essentials, we waste less and we consume better. We don't move or otherwise. And when, above all, we realize the incredible good that this does for our planet, it is very likely that we will seriously adopt this way of living.
  • Finding ourselves overnight with a significantly reduced social life, this left us plenty of time to spend with our family. We reconnected with the person who shared our life, and even our children! While juggling work and family life, we spent real, regular, quality time with them, we realized how lucky we were and we promise to renew these precious moments as much as possible.
  • We took time for ourselves too. We (re)started playing sports and reading, transforming our living room into a gym and our balcony into an open-air library. We listened to inspiring podcasts, meditated, wrote or just binged series...in any case we listened to each other and took advantage of this forced isolation to refocus on ourselves and our little everyday pleasures. Hopefully it lasts!
  • We turned towards others, the most vulnerable, the oldest, the most exposed and we tried to take care of them on our own scale. This surge of solidarity that everyone will have shown, a little more than normal, will have transported us so much that we dare to think that it will have changed mentalities. Compassion, sharing, mutual aid, we are sure, will persevere.
  • We have adopted impeccable barrier gestures, which even in normal times would prevent catching other seasonal and viral diseases. But if we are, by force of circumstances, obliged to maintain these measures during the months following the deconfinement, we will perhaps not be as rigorous...
  • We started cooking. We tried to make our own bread, like the entire web, we all thought we were Alain Ducasse and our cell phones are overflowing with photos of more or less incredible dishes. Let's be clear, we will certainly have trouble keeping up this hectic pace during the week, but it will at least have shown us how pleasant it is to eat well.

These habits, initially forced and overall very positive, which appeared to give us courage and help us keep our spirits up during these long weeks, will ultimately have the merit of perhaps becoming our new rhythm of life. Fingers crossed!

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