Do you know where you will be in January? Where you will be living? What your job will be? I don’t. I don’t know if I’ll be in Paris or somewhere else. I don’t know if I will be employed or not. Or if I will be taking classes or not. I don’t know. I’d like to say that this is liberating but in truth it’s terrifying. I want to find a job I love in a city I love. I want so much. What if I can’t find it? What if I find nothing or have to compromise too much? Some days it’s enough to make me want to hide under the covers all day. But I can’t. So I go to classes. I apply to jobs. I hope and dream and pray. I try to embrace this uncertainty and to let go of control. I try to have faith. But damn is it hard sometimes! Any advice? How do you deal with uncertainty?
This lustable is a beautiful way to add scent to a room. This electronic diffuser is not cheap but then it will outlast any candle. I love products that merge design and functionality and this definitely does this. You can buy an assortment of Diptyque’s beloved scents to add to the diffuser. Your house will smell so good you might never want to leave!
Helmut Lang Leather Jacket from Net-a-Porter
Fall is here. I can no longer deny it. Instead of mourning the loss of summer, I’m trying to focus on the bright side. There is the return of root veggies and kale, the chance to wear sweaters and boots, and the crispness of the air that perfectly invites a snuggle session and a cup of tea. Fall is one of my favorite times of year in the fashion world. It is much easier to look chic when you are not perspiring heavily or huddled inside five-thousand layers! Fall is easy. Throw on a skinny pair of pants, tuck them into a great pair of boots, add a sweater and an interesting scarf and you will look great every single time. In the spirit of fall fashion, here is my shopping list for the season. What’s on your list?