My time in Paris is coming to an end. I have a lot of fun things to share with you once I am home. I started a series called The Paris Diaries where I round up what I did each day and where I ate, drank, and shopped. It is easiest to do this in a roundup by day because it becomes a little travel diary. Sundays in Paris are my favorite so I always fly home on Mondays. It has been a tradition I started a few years ago. I will have brunch with my friend Magali and tea with a new friend who I worked on a project with and I haven’t met face to face until now.
Thank you so much for your support with this trip. It has been a LOT of work but also a lot of fun. I will have to write my thoughts down while I fly home and it is still fresh in my mind. I am looking forward to sleeping more than a few hours at night, but I wouldn’t have it any other way. My photographs from this trip will be for sale very soon and available for Christmas gifts. This is the way I fund my travels and the blog.
Where to Eat the Best Pasta in Paris according to Vogue because sometimes you want Pasta in Paris. I know I do!
Paris Redraws the Map and Renames the First Four Arrondissements (thanks for sending, Amy!)
If you are in Paris from now until October 25, don’t miss the light show at Notre Dame. I enjoyed it Friday night. You have to prebook tickets in advance. I highly recommend this and it is FREE!
5 Reasons to Plan a Winter trip to Paris
French Girl Styling Tricks to Steal this Fall
This article was featured in Self about a girl who wore red lipstick for a week. 13 Things She Learned. Some of my favorite red lipsticks are below.
I love this idea of a “thankful pumpkin” instead of carving one this year. I always wake up and say my gratitude. It would be fun to make one of these!
5 Business Podcasts Every Woman Should Listen To (according to Create and Cultivate)
My friend Kat sent me this list of Vintage Stores in Chicago. I can’t wait to check some of these out when I am back home.
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