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I know, I know…summer is the time for adventure and the days you should be anything but indoors. I have had my fair share of adventures lately. Perhaps that’s why I haven’t felt too much pressure to get out and about. But to be transparent, I’ve been going through “some stuff” too…

HIBERNATION

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Hello from home, where I don’t have much time for this entry after collecting these photos and editing them for the blog. Part of the reason I don’t have is because I slept so late today, a habit that is starting to feel more like a health problem…

A ROOM WITH A VIEW

Paris

When I moved to Paris almost six years ago I was allured by the possibility of a simple life. Living in Southern California, or imagining settling in other places like London and New York City, always left me feeling in need of more, more, more. Paris was the opposite. I…

NEW ADDITIONS

Paris

Every year after Christmas I do a bit of out with the old in the with new, much thanks to lovely gifts that came my way during the holidays. Just dropping in to share a quick little bit before celebrating the New Year to show you some of the goodies….

AUTUMN BRUNCH

Cooking in the autumn is such a savory time. There are so many flavors I’m suddenly inspired to use, like cinnamon, nuts, pumpkin, and root vegetables. I’ve been working too much lately that unfortunately I’ve been without much time to cook, but Sunday brunch is sacred and with something sort…

PARIS IN STEINMETZ’S TIME

I purchased this pretty little book on a Saturday afternoon with Audrey and Sofia at The Broken Arm in the Marais recently. I was attracted to its pale pink cloth cover, and the title of course. I wrote a little note in the cover “From me, to myself” and placed…