Links I Love Week 32

This weekend was a quiet weekend at home. I made a trip to the Farmers Market, took a bike ride, and cooked a lot in preparation for the week. It was my niece’s 7th birthday and the family did a cake Facetime to celebrate Emma! I really wish we could all be together right now, hopefully Thanksgiving or maybe Christmas? I hope you are enjoying the last weeks of Summer.

France braces for a record Heat Wave

This French Farmhouse from One Kings Lane is everything I have dreamed of, plus it is all shopable to bring a little bit of France home.

Etiquette Rules We Should Have Never Abandoned

These oils from Italy make the best gift. I sent some to my sister and brother in law this week. Make sure to get the lemon 🍋 one it is amazing!

The Nordstrom Anniversary Sale starts this week. Here are my top picks! I will be sharing more or what I am buying this week so stay tuned. Make sure to save your favorites as things sell out fast.

The Art of Running Late: A Love Letter

I bought “A Year in Provence” after my friend Meghan recommended it in our series on How to Frenchify Your Summer

I wrote a post on How to Frenchify Your Bookshelf if you are looking for other book suggestions

Champagne is losing its fizz

I want to try this easy chocolate mousse recipe.

I love the new rings from Monica Vinander (this is where my necklace is from) this one, this one and this one are my favorite. I want at least one and maybe two.

The Women and Movements Exploding the French-Girl Cliché

I watched Little Fires Everywhere on Hulu this week. I read the book a while back and I was pleased with the TV adaptation. I was on the edge of my seat and it was a good distraction from things for a week.

Dresses at Anthropologie are up to 40% off right now. You can find some great gems for next Summer or carry over into Fall with a pair and boots and leather jacket.

You know you are an adult when… your weekend highlights include a new Dyson vacuum. I found this one $100 off at Target.

I loved this article in the NYT about Nostalgia. It reminded me of Gil in Midnight in Paris and totally makes sense given the current mood. Why We Reach for Nostalgia in Times of Crisis

Dismantling of Notre Dame Cathedral organ begins from 2019 fire

I added this print of Chez Janou to The Print Shop

Discovering French bread and the rules of “baguetiquette” Thanks to JJ for sending this in.

Step Inside this Parisian Inspired Townhouse

If you have ever read the book “The Secret Garden” or enjoyed the movie, there is now a remake. It debut’s August 7th just in time for my niece’s birthday. I can’t wait for her to watch and I wish I was with her to celebrate her big day.

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