Links I Love Week 22

Montmartre rainy balcony Paris

This past week, I shot a dream campaign in Chicago. You can see a hint of it here. It should be approved and ready to go by next Sunday. I am in full-on prep mode for Wells Street Art Fair. It happens June 8 and 9th in Chicago on Wells Street between Division and North Ave. In years past, we were given our booth number in advance. This has helped direct people to find our booth easily in the chaos of people. This year, they decided to tell us about our booth on the day of the festival. Keep an eye on Instagram for my exact location. I only do one art show a year now; this one is a lot of work and so much fun!

Since things happen in threes, one more project is happening this week. Stay tuned for more details next week.

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

Links I Love Week 22

How to cook for one. Cooking for one can be fun.

For the June EDP Book Club, we are headed to Provence. “The Memory of Lavender and Sage.” I am working on a meet-up in Chicago at the end of June. I will also plan another Google Meet to chat about all the books of June 16th. The FB group will have a vote on the best time, and I will open it up to everyone once we have a date.

The Bear Season Three: What We Know

Travel planners will love Instagram’s Updated Note Feature. Here is why. I have never used it and haven’t found a big purpose for it—until now!

17 of the best museums in Paris

How do French parents raise their teenagers? Via The Cut.

The most beautiful gardens to view in Paris

Eiffel Tower ticket prices to rise by 20% to help cover renovation costs

Air France’s new first class is so luxurious.

This Week’s Best Sellers

A perfect summer pj set from LAKE

Adorable classics from Boden

Vejas sneakers

The Staud dress is so flattering and comes in multiple colors.

This Month’s Best Sellers

A $25 Sézane look-alike dress

The newest sunscreen from Caudalie

A perfect vacation sun hat

J.Crew Dress under $100

A Jenni Kayne copy for $75

I ordered this book and started it last week because a few people recommended it. It is the perfect beach light read and something to prepare me for my summer trip. 

Step inside this vintage-inspired Paris home of a French fashion designer

I am crushing on this light (semi-flush mount) in green. I don’t know where to put it, but I may have to find a place. 

The Myth of Preventative Botox via Allure

A guide to the etiquette of British afternoon tea and where in London to enjoy it

J.Crew’s June arrivals are so good! I love this carryall tote for travel. It would be perfect for a beach, holding a towel, book, sunglasses, hat, and more. Also, this red dress is the perfect color. I can vouch this swimsuit is super flattering.

Dark and stormy décor is having a moment

The ‘original’ high line is in Paris – here’s why you should walk it

The Golden Rule of Solo Travel via CN Traveler

This 60 second trick will change your skin

Diptyque’s summer collection looks incredible.

Are naps good for you?

A Guide to Florence, where to eat, drink, and stay.

The story behind The Lost Kitchen. I just discovered Erin French on “Be My Guest” with Ina Garten.

Is Italy breaking up with you?

On the blog:

5 of my favorite cookbooks

My guide to Montmartre

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  1. Hi Rebecca,
    Thought you might be interested to know that Erin French has a show on the Magnolia Network called The Lost Kitchen. There have been 3 seasons so far and she has a new show coming out this month. I really enjoy watching it and recommend it if you haven’t already seen it.