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Links I Love Week 49


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I am in the home stretch of Christmas! It is my favorite time of the year but also my busiest. Between One of a Kind, Christmas orders, and keeping up with the blog it has been a little crazy. One of a Kind takes up so much of my time and it is really hard to do anything else during that week. I was so happy to meet so many people face to face in Chicago. I need to organize something in Chicago in 2019 so we can all meet!

I would be lying if I didn’t admit I was feeling burnt out by the end of this year. I haven’t had time off in who knows when and my body and mind are feeling it. I broke out my Christmas pajamas early and I have been catching up on Mrs Maizel and I watched “The Holiday” Do you have favorite movies you watch every Christmas?

This time next week, I will be sharing Links I Love from the beach in Florida. I cannot wait to snuggle my niece and nephew and have lazy mornings in our matching pajamas. (it is a family tradition)

Where to find the best Christmas trees in Parisian Hotels

Should you come to Paris? David Lebovitz shares his thoughts.

Where to find raclette in NYC. If you haven’t had it, you are missing out! You can always find it at Trader Joe’s in the cheese section no matter where you live.

I have heard rave reviews about this face mask and it is under $50. I just ordered it from Sephora and will report back.

If you are still looking for a Christmas gift for me, I fell in love with this candle from the Ralph Lauren bathroom. It smells like the holidays.

Single for the holidays? Ideas to make the most of it and enjoy it.

10 Beautiful French Gifts to Give this Christmas

Macron addresses The Nation (this is in English) for those of you who are following what is happening in France right now.

13 Food and Cooking Gifts for Francophiles

Sézane now makes sheets in three different colors

The Greatest Dance Songs that will help you learn French

7 French Christmas Traditions to Adopt via Paris Perfect

French Decor tips via Domino Magazine

Christmas in Paris: The Best Things to See and Do

How Influencers Make Money (via CNN) this is something I would easily send to my family to help explain 🙂

What happens to your body during a migraine. I have had migraines since I was 13 and I am still learning how to manage them. My biggest triggers are red wine, dehydration, and changes in sleep pattern.

This article had me in tears. Great life advice and I hope to pass these words of wisdom to Emma.

What travelers need to know about the Paris riots

100 of the Best French Movies Ever Made (bookmark for that time from Christmas to New Years)

Anthropologie is 30% off ALL Weekend long and Free Shipping over $50. Snag my French Day of the Week Socks while you can and if you want to splurge but it is totally worth it, bring home my mirror that sits on my dresser. I really want this one to add to the apartment but I honestly don’t know where it would go! For a more affordable option, check out this mirror from Target for under $60!!

The Marvelous World of Mrs. Maisel, Through Vintage Photos (if you haven’t watched this show yet, you are missing out!)

French Pastry Chefs and their Bûche de Noël You will want to see these creations.

I had the most embarrassing skin breakout right at the end of my show last week. It was a mix between hormones and stress. A combination of this spot treatment and this clay mask did the trick.

The last day to order prints from The Print Shop for Christmas arrival is December 19th. I am taking the rest of the year off from shipping and will return to shipping the first week of January.

One of my customers sent me her beautiful finished bathroom with one of my prints hanging on the wall. I loved the print so much, I ordered one for my gallery wall at home. You can shop the print here. If you have photos of my work hanging in your home, I would love to see them. Please send them my way so I can share! xo

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

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  1. The link on the Paris protests in outdated. I am in Paris and was in Paris Saturday December 15th. Most museums were closed on Saturday, many cafes and shops closed, and the numerous metro lines were not operating Saturday during most of the day. I went to the St. Germain des Pres area Saturday afternoon because by all accounts this area was free from protests. After shopping Longchamps, Pierre Herme, and more, I was walking with many other shoppers near Rue du Four when 20 plus police cars drove past us with sirens on. The sirens suddenly stopped. I looked up to see the police exiting their vehicles. I pivoted to turn away and walked up Rue du Four. Within 60 seconds, Yellow Jacket protestors were running towards me. I was able to take cover in a store which quickly closed their security shutters. It was the most harrowing experience in my 15 Paris trips and 45 international trips. The police and protesters scuffled in the street for almost an hour. I do not recommend tourists come to Paris until the protests stop unless they want to spend Saturdays in their hotel room.