Ways to Support the Blog

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I first wanted to thank you so much for your support with following and reading the blog. Your emails and messages have been a bright part of my day as we navigate through this new normal.

My message to all of you that you put your healthy and safety of your loved ones first. Call, text, email friends and family daily and keep in touch. As we social distance we need new ways to feel a sense of community.

I have crowd sourced over the last couple of days asking for content ideas. I don’t want to overlook the current situation in the world but I also want to create a happy environment for you all to escape for Paris even if it is only for a few minutes. I will start two new series next week so be on the lookout. Feel free to dig through The Paris Diaries or any posts on the blog and enjoy a little bit of Paris wherever you are.

Ways to Support the Blog

I have had emails from readers asking how they can support the blog. I want to be transparent with you as much as possible.

  1. Comment, like, share my blog posts. It is easy and it is Free! If you like something, share it with a friend. Perhaps you can spark joy with them too.

  2. My main source of income is The Print Shop which is a bit slow at the moment. Prints start at $30 for an 8×10 and go up. If you feel comfortable with spending money right now, I welcome you to shop The Print Shop for Paris prints.

  3. I do make money from affiliate links. *It is a small commission which I call my coffee and croissant fund. It helps pay the rent and put a roof over my head and that is very important right now. If I recommend a product on the blog it is a brand I believe in and support/it is a product I own and currently love. It is important to me that you trust me as I recommend products. If you were to purchase a shoe I recommended and they killed your feet or gave your blisters, you may not trust me if I recommended you a different product down the road. Your trust and support is very important to me.

At this point, I have not taken on any blog sponsors or advertising. I am sure the opportunities for that will slow down. I had some great opportunities on the horizon for this year but I am cautiously optimistic about them working out.

I am so happy you are here.

If you have any questions feel free to comment below or shoot me an email at [email protected]

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  1. We have been staying in the Left Bank for years and one of our fav. places to eat is La Jacobine on Rue Saint-Andre des Arts. Reservations usually required now. Small local place with huge following.

  2. Just purchased my Away suitcase and mentioned your blog in the comments. 🙌💕 Keep up all the great work. So appreciate right now.

  3. Glad to hear you are doing well Rebecca. Happy Birthday April 13! That date will also be my 35th wedding Anniversary, and we have spent April in Paris twice. I would go every year if I could. C’est magnifique! I wanted to thank you for your Christmas ideas (seems so long ago) as I bought my wife a shirt/blouse from Sezane and she loves it, loves it, loves it!

    Fais Attention,

    • Hi Kevin,

      Thank you so much! Happy Anniversary to you and your wife. I am so happy to hear that she loved your Christmas gift. Wishing you a wonderful celebration this year. Congratulations!


  4. Coucou Rebecca,

    Your blog is one of the handful that I visit regularly. Thank you for sharing your beautiful photos and love for Paris and France. I have been inspired by you to frame and hang more of my Paris photographs in my apartment. This has helped me feel inspired, especially now that I have been forced to work from home for a month now.


    • Hi Christine,

      Thank you so much for reading the blog! I am so happy you have created a positive and inspiring environment to work from home. Keep in touch and stay safe and healthy xo

  5. I enjoy the variety and viewpoint – fresh is the word I would describe this blog. Am knew to all this – except for my love for Paris and France – not sure what took me so long to discover – it has always been there.

    • Thank you, Patricia! I am so happy you are here. Stay safe and healthy and I look forward to keeping in touch. xo

  6. Thanks Rebecca, you’re doing such a great job of lifting spirits during this crisis. Keep up the good work!