365 Bons Jours/365 Jolly Good Days

Anne Guiberteau who lives near Paris, France is creating daily in French at 365 Bons Jours and in English at 365 Jolly Good Days! She explains, "Each day, I leave a small poster in the street, in a public park, the subway...with these words either "Bonne journée" or "Have a good day". Which means exactly the same.

Why did you decide to do this project?  I decided to create my blogs after reading the magazine Flow.

It's a friendly message, a faithful smile for the passers-by and for the persons that visit my blogs.

Also, each day, I quote the first sentence of a book written by an author dead or alive, ranging from Hemingway to Indridason, Edgar Allen Poe to Colette....And I also post photos of people from here, there and everywhere. and good mood photos. Sharing also my love for books written in any place and in any language in the world. And my love for people met here or there.

How has doing a yearlong/daily project affected your life? It looked so exciting, challenging...and it is! It has affected my life because it's a daily "job" that I enjoy, and because I made interest and concern all the people around me. I wish to share my blogs with people that I don't know. I have already started!

See all of Anne's Jours HERE and Days HERE


Sophie Guiberteau said...

Hi from France, and thank you for this "clin d'oeil" at Anne's Jolly Good Days ! It's such a pleasure and a happy surprise to discover every morning a new "first sentence" from a writer I know or don't know at all (but the words sound like an invitation, you enter a room, a garden, a town, a landscape), plus that little sign "bonne journée" to begin it with a smile...

Anne Guiberteau said...

Thank you Sophie ! so kind of you ! your comment is very joyful and stimulating ! keep on following me on both my blogs !