Links I Love Week 19

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Links I Love Week 19

Happy Sunday! To all who celebrate, Happy Mother’s Day. If this is a challenging day for you, make sure to carve out some self care time. I will be taking Sunday off, napping, taking my weekend walk with Henri, and ordering out dinner. 

Save the date Chicago, Wells Street Art Fair is June 10-11. I made a mistake in my earlier email. It is the second weekend in June. You can find me there, rain or shine, selling my photography.

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

Eat across the French countryside on three heavenly day trips from Paris via Eater 

An illustrator’s Paris apartment that couldn’t be more Parisian via NYT 

If you are in Paris this weekend, you will want to check out this Brocante (flea market) on Rue de Bretagne. 

Everlane is 20% off right now. I bought this Riviera dress for Italy in size small. Also, this linen jumpsuit is too cute. 

How two sisters transformed an Italian palazzo into a luxury hotel on the Amalfi Coast via Forbes 

3 Things to Do If Your WFH Setup Could Use a Revamp

I have loved entertaining my family the last two weeks and can’t wait to do it more with friends this summer. Some serving platter favorites for entertaining include this one and this one from Anthropologie and this one from Pottery Barn. 

A new rule will make airlines pay travelers for delayed flights via AFAR 

My favorite black frames for 8×10 photographs are buy one, get one half off. Take this as a sign to frame your art or prints from The Print Shop 

This week’s best sellers include the most adorable white dress that is 40% off, espadrilles for summer, and a linen shirt perfect for summer 

Paris crowns it’s best baguette of the year which is quite an honor. You will read why. Plus, you can visit the boulangerie on your next Paris trip. 

Hotel Booking Is a Post-truth Nightmare via the Atlantic

I am crazy for sunscreen and apply it religiously now. Supergoop is my favorite clean sunscreen brand. Stock up during their 20% off sale for summer. I wear this one under makeup or if I want a little glow and not planning to be out long. This is the sunscreen I wore all day in Paris. I keep this glowstick in my bag which makes it easy for application on the go. 

The 5 best newsletters for Francophiles 

For fans of Lupin, this interactive game at the Paris Opéra looks like an adventure. The price of the experience also allows you to visit the Palais Garnier afterward. It’s based on a team, but you can do it solo and join up with others. 

We love our Samsung frame tv. They are up to $800 off now. When the tv isn’t on, I have one of my photographs displayed on the wall, which makes the wall pop. I still need to play around with formatting but I know a lot of you have asked for frame tv Paris prints 😉

This Hotel on the French Riviera Has Cannes’ Largest Infinity Pool, a Garden With 22,000 Flowers and Plants, and the Mediterranean Sea As Its Backdrop

Rick Steves gave me a personal tour of Paris- here is how you can get one, too 

This Clarins depuffing mask is a US exclusive. I tried looking for it in Paris, and it wasn’t available. I have read great things about it and am intrigued to try it. 

The 20 best new affordable luxury hotels 

This basket bag from Mango is too cute and under $100 perfect for summer 

Botox, fillers, and face lifts: the French girl beauty secrets they don’t want you to know 

I am very excited that we finally have a delivery date for our bookcase. We spent the weekend cleaning and donating old books and items to make room. 

The mammogram age for women has changed from 50 to 40. Make sure to coordinate with your doctor and get your annual mammogram scheduled. Via NYT

99 Travel Hacks To Make Your Next Trip A Little Easier

The history behind this Paris hotel home to Hemingway and Holocaust survivors. I discussed the history of this hotel with a friend about this last week and thought it was a good article to share

I am crushing on this linen shirt dress in blue from Frank & Eileen, a brand you and I both love so much. It would be perfect for Italy! 

Daniel Rose leaves Le Select. Another loss for Boka group. For Chicago readers 

Here’s How to Actually Be Kinder to Yourself via Self 

I always look to Boden for swim as I am bigger up top and I find their cuts flattering. I settled on this red bikini for our honeymoon. 

This new Italian restaurant could be the most fun opening of 2023 

This bow bag from Cuyana has my name all over it. 

The 25 best face serums, according to Harpers Bazaar 

Olympic swimming in the Seine? How Paris is remaking a river. Via NYT. Worth checking out the cover photo! 

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  1. Love your links! Wanted to share Robin Piccone swimwear is excellent for curves. I am long waisted and don;t find 1 pieces flattering on my figure. This brand is my go to for two pieces that are flattering and provide good support for women (vs teenagers). I have even had luck buying them on final sale without trying them on.

    • Hi Sharon,

      Thank you so much! I will take a look and see if I find something for my upcoming trip.