More About Me.

I've been a remote worker for more than 15 years. I lived in Italy, Belgium, Australia and Spain before landing back in Belgium.

Mine is the story of a guy who wanted to belong to a research team that he could call family.

I longed for stability, namely a set of immutable conditions. Stability was my comfort zone. My approach to whatever choice I made aimed to create the stability that never came and that was impossible to obtain since life constantly evolves and changes.


I spent so much energy trying to create a utopian lifestyle! So much so, that I had a severe burnout and depression.

What helped me was my curiosity! I started my inner journey when I started my PhD in neuroscience and I deepened it to deal with an overwhelming feeling of meaninglessness.


I learnt that I was avoiding processing my painful experiences. When I studied to become a certified life coach, I realized how much being able to look straight into the eyes of the pain could make me (us) free.


Now, I look at life with different eyes: I know that balance needs to be nurtured on a daily basis. It’s a dynamic, ever evolving state of mind. I went through a lot and I realized that processing pain is so powerful that everybody should be able to experience it.


It enables a person to be more fulfilled, to experience a deeper sense of belonging and to gather the courage to do whatever she wants to do and be whoever she wants to be.

I managed to effectively create strategies to improve my work-life integration, build strong friendships that still represent an important part of my family despite the long distance and always be a valuable asset for my team. Furthermore, I crafted my own way to make a meaningful impact.

Dramatically improving my relationship with a distributed team and my work-life integration came after the aforementioned intensive inner process that allowed me to effectively carve my own way to contribute to the well-being of other remote workers.


I became a Certified Life Coach Practitioner and Mindfulness Practitioner to master the tools to best support people during the different stages of their remote work experience. I'm constantly refining the method to become the person I want to be.

Now, I help other fellow remote workers do the same.

Ready to become the remote worker of the future?