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Happy Sunday! It’s been a full week at home with Paris prep. I leave on Wednesday and I don’t feel ready yet. I have an eye on the weather to make last-minute adjustments to my packing list. Keep your fingers crossed for good weather. I have seen some photos from friends sharing pink blossoms and it is what I was hoping for. I will be sharing more of my Paris spring agenda in Tuesday’s email.

P.S. I have a Paris packing list you can print here for spring.

Henri had his first daycare swim class this week. He had a blast playing with his friends and I got to get some work done. I am going to miss him so much when I travel. I have a close friend that will be watching him while I am gone.

Grab your coffee and croissants and join me for links I love.

Ina Garten shares her Top 10 Favorite Things (via NYT) 

How to eat, drink, and entertain like a Parisian

The first Dior restaurant run by chef Jean Imbert in Paris everything you need to know

Here Are 4 Things You Can Do Today to Close the Pay Gap

I ordered these jeans for Paris. I have been a Hudson fan for years. They are expensive but they will last for years. They are currently getting hemmed at the cleaners. I found a similar Hudson pair on sale at Saks! 

I loved this cartoon from Cup of Jo on the loss of a pet 

Monica Vinader sent me this beautiful link gold necklace as a birthday present for Paris. 

A classic Parisian apartment filled with Outré design 

An update on the bathing suit hunt, I ended up loving and keeping this Boden swimsuit which was $98. I got it in the French navy and it is very flattering. 

TSA is now allowing some passengers to move through security using their iPhone 

15 recommended reads for those who are dreaming of traveling to Paris How many have you read? 

Biossance is currently 25%. It’s so easy to sign up and completely worth the savings. Some of the items I use and love are this oil, this serum, and their eye cream. I also love their travel sizes for when I am on the go. I get to bring my favorite products with me when I am away from home. 

From France to Italy, Wines Aged Underwater Are Growing in Popularity

We aren’t just watching the decline of the Oscars. We are watching the decline of movies. When is the last time you went to the theater? NYT

25 Famous Women on Achieving Success Later in Life 

This week’s best sellers 

The most beautiful small towns in Europe 

The Senate Voted to Make Daylight Saving Time Permanent. What Does That Mean for Your Health?

I need a new cutting board. This one was recommended by Half Baked Harvest. I don’t know if I want to wait until I start doing the wedding registry as this is half off. 

How to get rid of dark circles in 15 minutes You know I love my Klorane eye patches. I will be flying to Paris with some. 

If you are looking for a classic striped shirt, this one is a great option for under $50. I love these for transitional weather. 

How to pair wine and cheese like an expert

My mom has a birthday coming up and requested a wallet like this. I love Cuyana products so much. 

Made in France: how to be sure to buy French fashion

Six things we will keep from Pandemic life 

I bought this red dress for Paris for my 40th birthday photoshoot and dinner. It is very flattering and I can see myself wearing it again for an engagement reception or dinner. 

Just Like That was renewed for a second season, will you be watching?

I am crushing on these colored wine glasses. Perfect for a pop of color for outdoor dining. 

How to visit the Paris catacombs. What you need to know. 

This straw market bag is currently on sale and is perfect for picnics, beaches, or summer outings. A bunch of readers have already snatched it up making it a best seller.

What’s the deal with masks on planes? (NYT) 

Caudalie is currently 25% off including free shipping.  If you can’t make it to Paris right now, this is a great offer on French skincare. You can see my favorites in this post.

On the Blog:

What to Pack for a Trip to Paris

How to Frenchify Your Spring

10 Boutique hotels in Paris

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  1. Happy travels to you! You’ve given me so much inspiration for Paris travel. Thank you.
    That cutting board looks fabulous,,,I clicked on the lovely Half Baked Harvest link for that board too! Another gorgeous board is from Stella Falone. Beautiful story behind the company and the board is so exquisite I have a difficult time using it! Enjoy the day. 🌺

  2. Rebecca, We’ll watch your updates from Paris and probably copy several of them for our trip 4/14-22 with our granddaughter. Have already modified my packing based on your suggestions, have signed up for several activities based on your recommendations and feel very ready for the trip. What a great place to celebrate turning 40 – although at 77 I celebrate each visit there regardless of age! Bon Voyage!

  3. That pet cartoon got me choked up. My pup is only 7 and can’t imagine him not here with me!!! Thank you for reposting it. Happy birthday! Can’t wait to see your content from Paris!!! Thank you for your ever thoughtful links – makes my Sunday mornings something to look forward to!

  4. Bon voyage, happy travels, happy 40th! We arrive in Paris on May 12 and I look forward to your upcoming Parisian posts. I always enjoy your Sunday “Links”- just ordered a new JCrew striped tee from your referral!