Lourdes Martin

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With Love, From Paris

“A Woman’s Skin is a mirror, reflecting her life” – Pierre Darphin I love seasons – because everytime the seasons change, I have an opportunity to start over.  Seasons bring a chance for renewal and steer us away from adapting to…

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Editor’s Letter: An American Summer

“Everything good, everything magical happens between the months of June and August” – Jenny Hann Hello! I’m back. It’s been a couple of weeks since my last post. The transition to a new city has been smooth but nonetheless time-consuming…

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Meet Anabel: Learn How Moving To Morocco Changed Her Life

Editor’s Note: I’ve been following Anabel for a long time on Instagram and couldn’t be happier to feature her on the site and share her story with you.

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The Packing Edit

Once you have booked your vacation and planned the itinerary, you can finally start packing! I actually love to pack (hate to unpack) because it’s fun and to be completely transparent with you all – traveling is the one time I indulge and shop!

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Meet Sam and Andy: They Quit Their Jobs At Linkedin To Travel The World

Meet the Bests – they both quit their jobs to travel the world and today are telling us about their experiences!

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A Perfect Day: Lower East Side

The lower east side is usually described as where gritty meets trendy. I must admit that this is not a neighborhood I visit very much during the day probably because of how gritty it is.

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Editor’s Letter: New Beginnings

It’s almost been a month since Thomas and I packed our bags and said goodbye to New York City. Change is not always easy even when we know that it’s necessary and that our soul will thank us later.

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A Perfect Day: Soho

As a tourist you don’t come to New York City and not visit Soho, it just doesn’t happen! And if you live in New York City, you most likely are meeting girlfriends on the weekend for brunch and shopping. Soho is considered one of the best

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The Most Enchanting Spot In NYC Is A Guild

If you live in New York City then you might have already heard of it. Both architect (and couple) Robin Standefer and Stephen Alesch opened a guild in Soho and I’ve been obsessing over it for months.

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