I am back from my European extravaganza! And it’s another Monday, another day of playing catch-up. But this Monday I am actually catching up on about two weeks of headlines. Their were so many stories that I wanted to share with you but I cut it down to just a few that really held my… More Must-Know Mondays
What you must know is I am in Paris! Must-Know Mondays will return next Monday. Until then, Au revoir!
When I picked up How to Be Parisian Wherever You Are: Love, Style and Bad Habits at my local library, I was looking to de-stress. The book also tied in nicely with my focus on everything Parisian in preparation for my much-anticipated trip to France. But never did I expect to find so much of… More How to Be Parisian Wherever You Are: Love, Style and Bad Habits
On Thursday, my birthday, my husband gifted me with my first flying lesson with Murray Aviation at Plum Island Airport. Since Plum Island is right next door to Newburyport, a family favorite destination, we headed there afterwards for some shopping, sightseeing and lunch. As I hadn’t eaten a big breakfast before my flight (just in… More Newburyport
Another Monday, another day of catching up after a great weekend. Here are a just a few things that caught my eye . . . If you’re a feminist, no matter what your political leanings . . . check out this piece written by President Barack Obama on “This is What a Feminist Looks Like.”… More Must Know Mondays
Ever since I could talk, I’ve been very vocal about my ambitions to fly. One of my childhood heroes was Amelia Earhart. In second grade, we were assigned to read a biography and dress up as the subject to give our report. Many boys and girls showed up as former presidents, actors and inventors. I… More The Red Baron
Sometimes I think we all forget the importance of just a few kind words. But I was reminded of that today. “Every day is a new beginning.” © Fashionably Kate I have always wrestled with my weight. I think it stems from my French heritage. I just cannot say no to a good pastry or… More Just a few kind words . . .