The world’s heaviness continued this week and has been a rollercoaster of emotions. I found myself awake in the middle of the night for hours. Talking and connecting with friends was a bright spot and has helped me navigate. Israel continues to be on my mind and in my heart. 💙
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Grab your coffee and croissants, and join me for links I love.
Why the internet isn’t fun anymore via The New Yorker
I have been fighting a rare blemish on my cheek this week. This spot treatment from Avène is reducing the size quickly. Use it daily until you know how your skin reacts because it has drying agents.
The best time to eat dinner, according to Vogue
I haven’t read the book yet, which is collecting dust on my nightstand, but I am enjoying the series of Lessons in Chemistry. How could you not love 6:30 the dog?! The episode where it is through his eyes is just the sweetest.
Inside a 1960s Paris apartment that redefines French flair via Architectural Digest
All the Light We Cannot See (one of my favorite books) makes its debut on Netflix in early November. The trailer can be found here. You still have time to read the book I read in 48 hours. It’s easy to read, and you won’t want to put it down.
Fall dinner inspiration. I always struggle with new ideas, and this was helpful from Real Simple.
Stroll, sip and dance through Paris in the footsteps of artistic giants. Here is where to find the magic. Via NYT
Credo is having their friends and family sale with 20% off their clean beauty and makeup brands. I love Westman Atelier, and it is included in the sale. You can see all my favorites in this blog post.
It’s butternut squash season. This is one of my favorite soup recipes that is easy and delicious.
The health benefits of artichokes. If you can believe it, I didn’t eat them until this year on my birthday, and now I am obsessed with them. Also, my eating habits have changed a lot, and I am always searching for the health benefits of what I put in my body, so I especially loved this post.
Jeanne Demas’s Guide to Paris: Her Favorite cafés and Vintage Shops
The best fall fashion trends from Paris. I loved writing this post! It was a lot of fun to scout trends while I was in Paris earlier this month, and I was able to find some of the trends at different retailers in the US.
Madewell has a less expensive coat option in two colors that is a best seller. I need to do a coat roundup soon.
A Paris apartment filled with color from Elle Decor
These ginger snap-colored loafers are too cute for sweater weather.
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