This week was an interesting one. I had my head down focusing on organizing my taxes for my accountant and felt a little drained from creativity. I think it is easy to say taxes will do that to you. My desk is filled with post it notes as ideas came up on future post ideas. I have a few upcoming Spring posts for Paris including what to pack for all of those who are headed there for Cherry Blossom Season. I also had a few first dates this week, which one took place at a Vegetarian Restaurant. If you didn't know, cooked veggies aren't my favorite thing ( I prefer chocolate) I came home craving a burger, but at least I tried ;)
This week's links are so full of good reads. My favorite out of the whole list is the Goop Interview with Oprah. I highly recommend a cup of coffee and listening to this one this Sunday morning.
Thank you so much for being here and reading! xo
The goût de France starts March 21-28. There are 3000 participants from around the world. There are 4 in Chicago. I will be tasting the menu from the Sofitel next week. To see what restaurants are participating in your city you can click here.
The next Book Club Book is a little something different. Stay tuned to find out why I chose this one and I will be digging in to try some of these this weekend.
I am headed to Florida to see my family in a few weeks so I just purchased this suit from JCrew. I haven't worn a cutout bathing suit since I was 6 but I am happy they are back!
Chicago is still SO cold and I am officially sick of my sweater rotation. I need a new one in the mix to get me through the next few weeks.
Gweneth has a new podcast out and Oprah is the first guest. This is the best thing I have listened to ALL week. I highly recommend it. It is an hour, so turn off your phones and listen with no distractions. I think you will thank me!
Sézane introduced Spring Jewelry and I am in love. I just wish I could wear the earrings. I am allergic to most. I will take one of each of these for my Birthday ;)
I am grateful to know and work with the amazing Katrina Markoff of Vosges. "If you aren't evolving you are dying" You can see her on MSNBC here.
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