Melissa Bedard and her husband, Carl Fortier, formed an ideal joint family because she decided to take care of home and children while multiplying her professional projects. Possibility to allow him to accept all types of commands, including animation of a new program called Happy Storage in Casa.
If Mélissa Bédard can have professional enjoyment by touching all sorts of objects, she knows her loved ones are safe at home. Like many individuals, the pandemic disturbed the organization of the tribe. “It was completely confusing when schools were closed. We have six kids in our house: five are doing school online and the little ones have no daycare.
Carl was so glad he took a short break from work to attend to both his boys and my daughters.
But the couple finally decided to continue this well-functioning company. “We decided to be a modern family. Dad was at home and Mom was working: it made as much sense as manipulating the structure and characters we see most.
“It’s a choice we made together. I have an extraordinary lover: Thanks to him, our family lives with a beautiful balance! We realize; she does not even know how Wi-Fi works at home, and children also benefit from another family dynamic because they do not do the same activities with mom and dad. ”Carl Sporty, I’m not at all. .
Above all, this structure allows Melissa to do the things that fascinate her. “I choose the ones that cause me to grow. I do not do any projects for money. I choose according to what it brings to me internally and what makes me learn. I also really like making people happy and bringing them to light.
At her new show, CASA Happy Storage, she visits artists and helps restore order to a room in their home, along with Mylene Howell Mornsey, an expert in storage and organization. “A lot of people think they’re fine, but the storage is designed to go the extra mile. It’s a system that aims to help with everyday life so that everything is easy to maintain and store. For example, things in almost all bathroom cabinets are in the wrong basket. Mylene is going to show us that if it is kept in a room near the bath, it will be easier to access. We will remove the basket while bathing, and then put it back in the wardrobe.
The new “Mary Condo” from Quebec has agreed that this storage method will still take time. “We’ve talking about an average of 40 to 42 hours’ work for the kitchen, for example. In the show, we show that it’s a good idea to start with small spaces in the house to get into the habit of tidying things up before tackling large spaces.
In addition to this new show, we can see Melissa in the new season of Squad 99 on TVA, where she portrays the blonde character of Guy Jodoin. She has also begun filming a new documentary series for the Wroy platform, in which she goes to meet ordinary moms who spend an extraordinary daily life. She continues her tour of shows throughout Quebec and she is also preparing some surprises, which will be announced later.
The Happy Storage program will be on display at CASA on Tuesday night at 8:30 p.m. The second season of Escouade 99 airs Tuesday nights at 7:30 pm on TVA. To find out all the dates of the singer’s performances, go to it melissabedard.com.