This & That: No. 61
Life inspiration, a look at both sides of Paris, a chic sleep accessory and more . . .
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If you are looking for a blog to satiate your passion for travel combined with chic fashion inspiration, be sure to stop by Tuula. Currently in Greece, Tuula travels around the globe revealing classic and contemporary outfits that are sure to inspire new ideas that you can create from your own closet.
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Paige Bradley Frost contemplates which bank is the most fitting side to live on in the City of Light. Having had the opportunity to reside on both sides, she shares specific favorites of either locale and reminds fellow travelers and dwellers that each bank has extraordinary offerings depending upon one’s taste and preferences.
In a quest inspired curiosity and potential myth busting, author Lauren Kessler spent a year diving into the anti-aging movement with the goal of discovering what truly helped in creating a life full of energy and vitality by improving one’s health from the inside-out. Director of graduate programs in multimedia narrative journalism at the University of Oregon, Lauren Kessler will be reading and signing her latest book in Portland at Powell’s on June 12th which becomes available today.
Oprah shared an inspired speech at this year’s Harvard commencement ceremony that is worth contemplating as we all strive for happiness, success and contentment. Set aside thirty minutes, pour yourself a cup of tea and have a listen. Click here to read the entire text.
A simple silk camisole layered underneath a favorite cardigan, beautiful blazer or casual denim jacket, marked down 60% is a very good capsule wardrobe addition.
One of the few items that still remains on my travel list is a sleeping mask. And of course, I am quite particular as it is an accessory, and accessories speak volumes of the woman behind the mask (in this case anyway). So when I happened upon Mary Green’s 100% silk eye masks, I was thrilled to discover a wide range of options from the simple, to the humorous or as a tribute to Holly Golightly.