We are officially into February, and Chicago had a taste of spring. January is a long, tough month, but it now feels like the year is already gaining momentum. I launched an EDP Book Club this month. There is a Facebook group, and I have ideas for future books. Your suggestions are all wonderful!
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What side of the Seine is the best side? It all depends on what type of trip you are after. From the WSJ (open article)
The 35 Most Anticipated Shows of 2024. For those who need something new to watch. Some are hit or miss, but I am intrigued by a few on this list.
I am looking forward to relaxing on Sunday and decluttering our kitchen. Part of my 2024 goals. This coffee cake looks delicious to have in the afternoon. I still regret not stopping for cinnamon babka when I was in Paris.
A beautiful article featuring Ajiri Aki on Brené Brown This is the founder of Madame de la Maison who published the book, “Joie” last year.
Millennials have officially hit middle age. Such an interesting read on how things have changed and keep changing. Via NYT
This week’s best sellers include an adorable Emilie sweater. This month’s best sellers include an affordable waterproof Chelsea boot.
My goals for 2024 are up on the blog. This is such a personal post that it always is a challenge to write and publish. I am excited for the year ahead and can’t wait to see what is in store.
French Country Kitchen Inspiration via Architectural Digest
Legendary Paris restaurants that live up to the hype via Food and Wine
What is a glucose goddess? I hadn’t heard of this book until Paris earlier this year.
The Best Soup Recipes via Real Simple
4 ways to move past sadness with physical activity (if you struggle with seasonal blue)
This adorable book, “How to Be French,” looks cute and spotted at Anthropologie.
Cup of Jo traveled to Paris in January. It is always fun to see the city through a different set of eyes.
Ina Garten’s Memoir is Hitting Shelves October 1. I am already thinking about this for the book club!
The Sézane Archives Part 2 are coming. Here are my tips on how to shop the archives, which puts some Sézane pieces at reduced prices. They don’t do sales.
While I am working, I typically listen to business podcasts. To change things up, I started listening to this book, “Setting the Table,” and I am enjoying it. I found it for free on Spotify.
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