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Links I Love: Week 33


petit palais paris france where to enjoy a café at Parisian museums

This week was especially stressful. I have been working on a secret project the last few weeks and it has me loosing sleep. By Friday night I was already in my pajamas by 8 pm and I was totally okay with that. Does anyone else like matching pajamas as much as me? 

This is one of the my accurate descriptions about being an entrepreneur. I found this graph and immediately sent it to my family. It is the most stressful but rewarding job.  Can anyone else relate?


via Alli Webb 

via Alli Webb 

 

My friends at Insidr Paris share their favorite Museum Cafés in Paris. This is a perfect way to relax after a day of touring museums. 

Paris in the Autumn. Where to Stay according to Forbes

This past week, I attended Dîner en Blanc for the second year in a row. I had a reader reach out with a last minute ticket. We didn’t have to carry our table, chairs, plates so it was a MUCH more enjoyable experience this time around. 

What A Strong Social Media Presence Can do for your Business

The Best New Books about France from Afar

The Legacy De Gaulle Left in London via The New York Times

West Elm is having a great SALE this weekend. I have had my eye on this mirror tray for a while now and it is included in the sale. It will either sit on my coffee table of vanity. 

The Countries that Speak the Most French (outside of France)

The Small Change that Can Help You Sleep Better

The Secret to Making Friend’s in Your 30’s

In Paris, a pastry Renaissance is underway

A nod to my hometown, Paris is Coming to the Cincinnati Art Museum next year. 

This print is the most popular in the shop this week! 



pink car on the streets of Paris, France by Rebecca Plotnick

Sisley Paris just launched a whole new lip color line and I am smitten. A color for every occasion and they are hydrating. Coming from someone who has dry skin and lips, this is essential! 

 

The Paris-Brest is the new Crème Brulee according to Eater

10 French Films to Watch on Netflix Right Now

A little hint to my next project… 

A French Lesson on the Little Mouse (instead of the tooth fairy in France, there is a little mouse) Such a cute story! 

This is the hottest restaurant in Paris according to Vogue Paris

Waking Up in Paris, Life Lessons shared by author Sonia Choquette

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I received an extra advanced copy of “The Lost Carousel of Provence” in the mail this week. I am still reading it but I wanted to pass along the extra copy to one of you. The book will be released on September 18, 2018. For a chance to win a copy, comment below and let me know what you want to see next on the blog. Anything goes! Personal, Home Style, Beauty, Recipes, Paris tips. You name it! Make sure your email is available so I can contact the winner. 



the lost carousel of provence

 

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5 Museums in Paris that Aren’t the Louvre

5 Apps to Learn French on the Go

My Chicago Apartment Update

This post does include affiliate links which helps contribute to my coffee and croissant research. Merci!

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  1. I will be visiting Paris in the middle of November this year. My granddaughter (12 years old) and my daughter will be with me. Do you have any words of advice? We absolutely LOVE your website! I am so glad that I stumbled upon it!

  2. actually in Provence but will be in Paris at the end of the month your blog was a charmant and use full way to prépare our trip.Thank you again for allo the cute tips and things to see , eat.
    thank you again

  3. I’d like to see and hear about quaint places such as gardens where one can relax and stroll, cafes where one can sit back and enjoy a good read, and other places that make Paris home. I would also like to hear about Paris from a child’s viewpoint. What is it like to live, play, attend school, and grow up to seek work.

  4. Hi Rebecca,

    I always enjoy the beauty posts on your blog. Can never have too much about those. Also enjoy reading recommendations 🙂

  5. I’ve ready many of your book recommendations and look forward to checking this one out. Love you’re skincare and beauty posts! And would like to see more tips for outside of Paris. Maybe weekend trip from Paris?

  6. I am traveling to Paris for the first time in October. We are staying in the first arrondissement and I was wondering if you had any recommendations for places to eat or shop for food?

  7. Have you made plans to travel in France, outside of Paris? I’m starting to think about branching out a little. Where is the first place you’d go? Alsace? Loire Valley?

    • Cindi,

      Thank you so much! I hope you love the lipsticks as much as I do. 20-22 have been the most popular votes so far. My Mom and sister want to try them too! I have really enjoyed 20 which is Portofino. I can’t wait to try the red ones too. I would love to know what you think!

      xo
      Rebecca

    • Hi Marsi,

      Yes! The lipsticks just hit stores. They are available at Nordstrom and Neiman Marcus I know for sure. The pinks are the post fun for Summer. I can’t wait to try the red colors for Fall.

      xo
      Rebecca

  8. I’m always looking for a novel that inspires me to travel. I know you post about books you’re reading currently, but are there any that are your all time favorites? I’d love a round up of your favorite travel-inspired novels 🙂

  9. Thank you for sharing the Netflix French films post. Would love to read more about visiting the South of France during the off season, say in October?? Merci 💋

  10. Hi Rebecca~I would like to learn more about your dance background, and I always love the Paris travel tips…those never get old! 😍 thank you for all the great content!
    Amy Kleinbach
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  11. Hi! I love reading about the best coffee in Paris and would always love to see more of that! I also love your tips on traveling to Paris, I really hope to go someday myself and I’m keeping all these tips in the back of my mind!
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  12. Bonjour! I would love to see more info on how you started selling your photography. How do you choose what prints to list, where do you print the actual prints, how to spread the word, etc. Thanks so much Rebecca! I look forward to using this blog as a resource even more now that I have a trip to Paris coming up in March.
    Jessica
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