Since she left her Miss France scarf, Laury Thilleman has never worked so much, she who multiplies the activities in different sectors. In her column for the ELLE site, the former beauty queen opened up about an addiction she managed to get rid of after a lot of work on herself.
A new page has recently opened for Laury Thilleman. After seven years of relationship, the former Miss France announced her separation with her husband Juan Arbelaez, on social networks. “The tenderness, benevolence, gratitude and mutual respect that we share remains and will remain intact. […] Juan has brightened up my life with a thousand colors and will always have a special place in my heart. Thank you for this journey. Thank you for the joy, the love, the laughter, and every learning“, she wrote on her Instagram page. A message that had taken the couple’s many subscribers by surprisewho had been diligently following their personal and professional adventures for several years.
Since then, Laury Thilleman, who is still professionally linked to her ex via their restaurant, has immersed herself in work, she who multiplies activities in fashion or even in journalism, with her column for the ELLE site. Very active on social networks, the former beauty queen got a little too caught up in the game, about to surrender realized a few years ago that she couldn’t do without her phone.
“I am much less stressed”
A real problem that she chose to address in her column, admitting to having imposed a digital detox to detach herself from what had become an obsession. “A few summers ago, I started testing diets without a smartphone, or even without a screen at all! On every trip in my vanon a boat with my friends, on a trip… I turned off all my screens (phone, computer, tablet…) for several days“, she explained. Then to add: “I admit that the first hours, I was a victim of the famous FOMO (Fear of Missing Out) or in French the fear of missing something. An important call, an info, an evening… I was like a junky in need of digital ! I needed my dose of connected adrenaline. May my thumb scroll and my eyes take their shot of blue light!“.
A “digital detox diet“which did her a lot of good, and which encouraged her to make the decision to repeat the experience every summer.”Without a phone, I enjoy my holidays much better, I’m much less stressed and I also prove to myself that life without a network and well… it’s quite simply possible!“, she concluded. In great evils, great means!