Links I Love Week 7

This week I spent a few days in NYC with meetings and scouting out Paris in NYC locations around town. I had a fun photo shoot early morning that ended with me getting caught in the pouring rain walking back to my hotel. I had a great dinner with my Aunt and Uncle on Prince street catching up on travels. I spent Friday and Saturday in DC where I ended up getting hit by the stomach flu, which happens to me once every 10 years or so. I will be resting and watching Neflix for the rest of the long weekend so I am healthy for the week. How was everyone’s Valentine’s Day?

This may be my favorite Modern Love article to date. This made me cry. I have had my fair share of dating and this one hit home. I hope you love it as much as I do.

Everything You Don’t Know About Chocolate. I saw this article when I touched down in NYC earlier this week and my uncle made sure to bring it up over dinner.

I stopped by the Cuyana store in NYC and of course asked about the date of the Chicago opening (First week of March) and I asked how I could get invited to the opening party. I have been searching for a travel bag that fits on top of my Away suitcase and I found it at Cuyana! I am going for the tan tote with the black trim. Birthday wish list addition.

Paris is for Dog Lovers. A Complete Guide to Dog Friendly Paris

French Ski Resorts Braced for Strike over French Holidays

This River Cruise Through France Will Drop You Off at a Different Michelin-starred Restaurant Every Day

French Girl Home Decor Trends Under $100

I stopped by the Sézane store in NYC and ran into a blog reader which was so fun! Their new Spring collection launches today which has me wanting to book a trip to Italy.

If you are looking for something to watch on Netflix, I really enjoyed Miss Americana. I am on the hunt for a new series to watch if anyone has suggestions.

A Janitor’s View of La Sorbonne University

I started “The Woman in the Window” on the plane and haven’t been able to put it down. It had me at the first chapter which is always a good sign for me. It is so hard to get into books that start slow. The chapters are short which is nice if you only have short amounts of time to read.

A Porcelain Heir’s Mansion is Now Paris’s Newest (and most private) Boutique Hotel

Before Paris Modern-Day Studios, There Were Chambres de Bonne

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  1. I loved that article! It also made me teary. I met my husband on and he had been married prior to meeting me. I didn’t like him on our first date, I was ready to just say thank you for the Graeters and my drink at the pub and be done with it. He asked me out again and I decided to go for it, it took a while but here we are 8 years later, married for 5 years this September and we have 2 adorable children Auggie and Liliana. Who knows where I would be had I not taken a chance, I am so glad that I did!! 🙂 Thanks for sharing!