This week was all about learning for me. I have been watching so many youtube videos and reading tutorials. I have been teaching myself little by little and each success feels like a HUGE win for me! I can’t wait to do this more in 2020. I posted my goals for the year on the blog this week (I know it is February) but it works better for me waiting a few weeks into the new year. I have BIG business goals which are going to take a lot of work but I am ready to see what this next year brings.
An Inside Guide to Living Healthy in Paris
J Lo and The Power of 50 Who watched the Superbowl Halftime Show?
How to Enjoy eating by yourself as a solo traveler. This will come in handy as I dine solo in NYC this week.
In honor of Valentine’s Day, I added this adorable Paris in Love print to the shop
This 200 Year Old Map will tell you where all your favorite French Foods are from
I am looking for a good weekend bag for an upcoming trip. This one from Cuyana might be the winner. Any other suggestions, I am open.
David Lebovitz has a new book launching March 3rd, Drinking French is now available for Preorder.
My Favorite Sézane sweater is now back in stock in more colors. I am wearing a size S and you can wear it two ways.
Speaking of Sézane, they just launched a jewelry collection that I love!
What the ReInvention of Europe’s Favorite City means for Travelers
I forgot I had this mask by Tata Harper and I ended up using it the other morning. It works wonders in just a short amount of time. My skin was so soft 20 minutes later.
A Perfectly Layered Apartment on Paris’s Right Bank
If you are headed to Paris, I highly recommend purchasing The Paris Pass to get you into museums and skip the lines. The prices are going up in March. You have one year to redeem the passes so if you know you are going to Paris, it is best to buy now.
What to do in Paris in February
I love this Everlane raincoat for rainy Paris days if trench coats aren’t your thing
Can someone please buy this wallpaper and then invite me over to your house for dinner? I will bring wine 😉
Where Christian Louboutin Eats and Shops in His Favorite Paris Neighborhood
I am headed to NYC next week for a few meetings, a photo shoot and I get to catch up with my Aunt and Uncle. I will be working on updating my Paris meets NYC Guide. Any suggestions for favorite French spots in NYC?
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