You didn’t think that was all, did you?!! OF COURS…

You didn’t think that was all, did you?!! OF COURS…

You didn’t think that was all, did you?!! OF COURSE, THERE’S MORE!!! It’s time for another virtual road trip!

For the last 2 1/2 months, I have been hiding out in Bretagne at my little stone cottage, working away on the new Paris Quarterly. But now, summer is over, and la rentrée is upon us. It’s time for me to go back to Paris for my work projects! And instead of driving straight back on the autoroute, I have chosen the voyage along the Normandie coastline. You and I will travel through the top “plus belles villages” of the region, exploring gorgeous sandy white beaches, eating the Normandy food specialties, and exploring beautiful little French villages.

Our road trip starts on Monday, September 13th, and will last until Sunday, the 19th, where I will land in Versailles to have lunch with the gorgeous, bubbly, super talented @mollyjwilk. And then we will be back – in PARIS!!!!

If you missed my summer virtual road trip, check out all of the videos saved in my Instagram highlights, or, even better, I created a YouTube playlist on my channel. During these road trips, I share daily videos and, when my cell signal is strong, spontaneous Instagram lives as I travel along. I share maps, so you know where we have been, and we travel together virtually!

So, join me starting Monday, September 13th, as I say au revoir to Brittany and bonjour to Normandy and our beautiful Paris!

A million merci’s to all of you who were early adopters and purchased the Paris Quarterly yesterday. I am FLOORED by your outpouring of love, kindness, support, and interest in this project. Most of you opted for the annual subscription, which brings tears to my eyes. I am thrilled that you are interested in a year of my content, and I promise not to disappoint!

Head on up to my Instagram story right now to see more about the Normandy trip and, if you missed the big announcement, I am reposting the video about the Paris Quarterly.

Bisous and big hugs from France,


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