I’ve been slowly adding new things to my office, collecting things along the way and piecing together an office. Almost a month ago, I bought a really awful looking cork board with the intention of turning it into a useful place to gather together inspiration and nice things people say about my company. All it needed was a little makeover. In under 30 minutes, I put this beauty together!
I have a big, very French nose. When I lived in France, people often thought I was French—that is until I started speaking. Then they were unsure where I was from. Possibly Switzerland. Maybe Belgium. But certainly not American. I just don’t look enough like a poster American girl!
One of the biggest problems with having a huge schnoz is that it just doesn’t fit into wine glasses easily, meaning I have to throw my head back in a very unladylike fashion to participate in that most French of daily routines.
Today’s Google Doodle is about the Eiffel Tower in Paris—and isn’t it gorgeous?! I remember visiting the Eiffel Tower at night with my parents when they came to visit at the end of my year abroad in France, looking out across the city with twinkling lights. It’s a must-do if you’re visiting Paris, even if it feels totally touristy.
Spring has definitely made it to Arkansas, though I know many of you are still suffering through cold temperatures (or even snow!). Here’s some floral spring dresses to get you in the spring spirit.
I’ve been calling my parents in Massachusetts where they’re getting snow again today—while wearing booties and a spring dress. Because, you know, gloating.
This dress is long and lean with a slight cut out to show a little bit of spring skin!
Looking for a comfortable sheath that seems to hug your curves? Floral patterns with pinched waists are perfect.
This is my favorite of the bunch. The colors are perfect for spring but the style will easily transition into summer temperatures.