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Weekend Links: Week Five

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It’s been another incredibly busy week. Looking back I’m not sure I even posted a single Instagram story, which is probably a first for me in a while. While the days have mostly been filled with work (I’m so thrilled to be helping so many of you with 2023 trips to France), there have also been opportunities for fun, including two excellent dinners with friends. This weekend is going to be a relaxing one so we can rest up for the week ahead. Some of my favorites from Weekend Links Week Five include a look at Paris’s high-jewelry collections, a meal Ina Garten can’t miss in Paris, an incredible auction of Jacques Garcia’s collection, and a piece on an 82 year-old traveling alone in France. Enjoy!

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Weekend Links: Week Four

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The past couple of weeks have been very busy – much busier than I expected – but filled with exciting things to come. While it’s been a colder week in Paris we’ve been lucky to have days with a brilliant blue sky, which is always a welcome treat in January. Boomer decided to start taking in the view this week and now puts his front paws up on the bridges as we cross. It’s pretty adorable. We have a fun dinner with friends planned tonight and otherwise are enjoying a quiet weekend. Some of my favorites from Weekend Links Week Four include an article on France becoming the most visited country in 2025, the secret to a long life according to the French, and a good list of seven Paris restaurants to visit at least once. Enjoy!

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Weekend Links: Week Three

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This week felt like a short one after getting back from Courchevel on Monday afternoon. We had the absolute best time skiing, eating, dancing, and just enjoying the beautiful scenery. I’ll be sharing a recap of our time with members – so if you’re interested in learning more be sure to sign up here. This weekend we are taking it very easy for the first time since really November. I literally cannot wait. Some of my favorites from Weekend Links Week Three include a list of things to watch if you’ve already finished Emily in Paris (who hasn’t?), a list of the best things to do in Paris for all types of travelers, French recipes perfect for cold winter nights and an announcement about Popeyes (yes, the fried chicken restaurant) opening in France. Enjoy!

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Weekend Links: Week Two

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This weekend we are in the Alps for a long weekend of skiing. I have to admit, I thought I’d never ski again after an accident when I was younger, but I suppose it’s a lesson in never saying never. Romain adores skiing and it’s a very popular winter activity in France so I figured it’s time to get on board. One of my very favorite parts about living in France is we can get on a train and be practically anywhere in the country in about four hours. There really is so much to see and do here, and if you’re planning on visiting I would love to help you plan your trip. Some of my favorites from Weekend Links Week Two include a feature on my favorite Rue du Bac, a list of cookbooks everyone should own, and 25 Julia Child quotes. Enjoy!

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Weekend Links: Week 53 / Week One

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I can’t believe it’s New Year’s Eve. 2022 was truly incredible and I’m not sure how 2023 can top it, but I’m looking forward to it. Thank you all for all of your support and for following along whether here or on Instagram. A highlight of the year was getting to meet some of you in real life in Paris through walks and having the opportunity to plan your trips to France. This past week was quiet, which was a perfect way to end the year. Weekend Links is a bit special this week as I’m publishing it in 2022 but a lot of people will read it in 2023, hence the week 53 and week one combo! Some of my favorites include recipes for festive cocktails to make, how the French do Christmas, and the story behind Ladurée. Enjoy and Bonne Année!

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