Myriam and Sophia act as editors of
While browsing this website, you acknowledge that you are fully aware of the conditions of use, your visit constitutes acceptance of the conditions set out below.

This site is hosted by WordPress (Head office :60 29th Street Suite 343 San Francisco, CA 94110 USA). WordPress possesses all the personal datas about the editor of this non-professional website. (loi n° 2004-575 du 21 juin 2004 pour la confiance dans l’économie numérique)

If you wish to contact the editor of this site, you can send a message by clicking on the following link via the contact form.

Site traffic statistics are collected by Google Analytics, a service of Google Inc. headquartered at 1600 Amphitheater Parkway, Mountain View, CA 94043, United States.

The articles appearing on this website are written by Myriam and / or Sophia (unless otherwise stated).


Each time you post a comment on this site, you have to supply your name (or your alias) and your e-mail address. These informations are stored in a database. Your e-mail address will never be displayed on the site without your agreement. Your IP address is also registered but will never be displayed, exploited or communicated. Except in case it would be required by the justice. According to article 39 de la loi du 6 janvier 1978 relative à l’informatique, aux fichiers et aux libertés, you may request details of your personal data stored in our database. In addition, you may send requests for information, deletions and corrections regarding your data, at any time, by emailing:

Two types of visitor information are collected:

  1. Unidentified information that does not identify the Visitor or User from whom it was collected (impersonal information). Impersonal Information is mainly of a technical nature and aggregation of usage data, such as browsing activity, session statistics, etc.
  2. Individual identifying information that identifies an individual (Personal Information). Personal Information is mainly of a relational nature (e-mail address, name, content of messages sent).

Personal information about you may therefore be collected in the following cases:

When you post a comment on this site or subscribe to the newsletter, you must provide your name (or your nickname) as well as your e-mail address. This information is stored in a database. Your email address will never be displayed on the site or used for any reason without your consent. Your IP address is also recorded but will never be displayed, exploited or communicated. Unless it is required by justice.

  • When you send a message via the contact form, the site remembers your e-mail address, the name or pseudonym that you indicate as well as your IP address.
  • When you browse the site, the Google Analytics statistics tool collects anonymous information about your browsing
  • When you subscribe to the newsletter: the site collects your e-mail address, your first and last name 

How is this data secured?

All the information that you explicitly send via the site (messaging, forms, comments, etc.) is stored on the host’s secure servers, the contact details of which appear at the top of the page.

The site also has an SSL certificate (HTTPS browsing) and BeingConfident takes all possible measures to ensure the security of the blog and therefore of the data stored there (use of a security plugin, complex passwords that are changed regularly). .

The newsletter is managed by the WordPress service. It requires a double opt-in: in other words, you must confirm your e-mail address before starting to receive the newsletter, in order to prevent a third party from subscribing to you without your knowledge.

How are these data processed?

When you submit information using a form, the site editor is the only recipient.

These personal data will in no case be sold to third parties and are used exclusively for the purpose initially intended (eg: if you have indicated your e-mail address in the contact form, it will be used exclusively to provide you with an answer).

Personal data collected by Google Analytics is kept for 14 months. The data collected by the newsletter is kept for the duration of your subscription to the newsletter and an unsubscribe link is included in each e-mail you receive.

Copyright and Intellectual property

Unless otherwise stated, this entire site is governed by French and international legislation on copyright and intellectual property, in particular by the provisions of Article L122-4 of the Intellectual Property Code. Any reproduction of its content is prohibited without prior authorization.

All other material contained on this site that does not belong to it (photos, texts, images, source codes, logos, product names or brands cited, etc.) is the property of their respective owners.

All texts, images, downloads and other content are – unless otherwise stated – the exclusive property of

They cannot be used under any circumstances without prior written consent. No image, photograph or text may be used freely without our written consent or that of the beneficiary directly.

Some photographs, where we lack illustrations, are royalty-free or copyright-paid images for editorial use.


Comments are the sole responsibility of their respective authors. Any defamatory or unlawful comment in any form (racism, insults, incitement to hatred, etc.) will be deleted as soon as we become aware of it.


When you log on to the site, you are informed that by continuing to browse, you accept the use of cookies intended to offer you appropriate content and services.

A cookie is information placed on the visitor’s hard drive by the site’s server or by a third-party server. It is a small file that does not allow the identification of the user, but which is used to record information relating to navigation such as the name of the server which deposited it, an identifier in the form of a unique number and possibly an expiration date. Visitors are reminded that they can oppose the implementation of “cookies” by configuring their browser.

The cookies used on the BeingConfident site allow:

– remembering the information you enter in comment or newsletter subscription forms, so that you do not have to re-enter it each time you comment on an article.

– the production of anonymous attendance statistics. Indeed, the BeingConfident site uses Google Analytics, a web audience analysis tool that allows website and application owners to better understand the behavior of their users. This tool may use cookies to collect anonymous information and generate reports on site usage statistics without individual visitors being personally identified by the provider of this tool, the company Google.

– Sharing of pages on social networks. The BeingConfident site includes computer applications from third parties that allow the content of the site to be shared with others. This is particularly the case of buttons from social networks such as Facebook, Twitter, Google + or even Pinterest. These social networking websites may set cookies when the user is browsing the Beingconfident site. We invite you to consult the privacy protection policies of these social networks to learn about the purposes of use and the browsing information they may collect.

The Internet user can configure his browser software in order to authorize or prevent the recording of cookies in his terminal. However, the configuration methods differ from one browser to another. You must therefore check in the help menu of your browser how to configure cookies.

We also inform you that disabling cookies may reduce or prevent accessibility to all or part of the services offered by the BeingConfident site.

For more information on cookies and their use:

External links and affiliation

The website may contain links to other sites or blogs, including merchant sites such as

Some of these links are affiliate. In other words, if you click on it and then make a purchase on the third-party site, will earn a commission on your purchases. The sale price will remain unchanged for you.

BeingConfident assumes no responsibility for viewing or purchasing on these sites, as the blog plays no role in updating them or in their ordering and delivery process.