After a very full trip to Paris, I am home! It is never an easy transition and it feels a bit like reverse culture shock. I wrote a post about the hardest part about coming home if you want to read here.
I was pitched for a project after I returned home and it would be a DREAM job opportunity. I am not sharing details because I am still waiting to hear back. But, I do believe in putting out in the universe what you want. Fingers crossed and please send good energy my way. In June, it will be 10 years since I lost my job and this would be a great way to celebrate.
Paris Without People by Messy Nessy Chic. I love photographing empty Paris before the city wakes up but this is very unique.
I purchased this pink skirt since it was the perfect shade and skirts were EVERYTHING on the streets of Paris. I will share more about this soon. But since these were selling out fast, I had to snag one.
I bought this serum along with a few other great products while I was in Paris.
Why are Millennials So Obsessed with Their Nieces and Nephews? I am a late Millennial but I can totally relate to this article and I immediately sent it to my sister.
Margeaux Brasserie in Chicago has introduced Mondays at Margeaux. Each Monday, there is a set menu of 3 courses for $35. I joined them for a meal this week and it was SO good. Don't miss out on the duck wings and the Lyonnaise Salad.
I have been using Insidr Paris and personally LOVE them. Plus, I have a concierge at my fingertips which really helps with navigating and planning Paris.
Why Restaurants Have Become So Loud and How to Fight Back. This is my biggest complaint! I hate going out to noisy restaurants when I can't hear my friends. I had this experience at a bar in Paris and I was immediately turned off and wanted to leave.
I got a refresh on my color and my bangs trimmed. I am ready for Summer if only the weather felt the same way in Chicago. I am still wearing my Winter coat.
Why French Movies Can Be The Best Way to Learn a Language (suggestions please)
The Photographer Who Saw Paris With His Heart in His Eyes ( These gave me goosebumps)
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