October 3, 2020

Weekend Notes | October 3rd.

Weekend Notes | October 3rdSweater: Zara | Pants: Zara | Bow

Hope your weekend is off to a good start! Last night, I started watching the new Darren Star show ‘Emily in Paris.’  I’m only a few episodes in, but it looks like it will be a fun show to watch and I typically love everything Darren Star (Sex and the City & Younger). It’s light enough with fun fashion, which is just what I, and the rest of the world, needs right now.

Tonight, I’m heading to an outdoor comedy club with a few girlfriends. Not sure what that’s going to be like, but I’m pretty excited!

Weekend Notes | October 3rd

Below are a few things that I’m clicking on:

In case you missed it, what I’ve been cooking, reading, buying and inspired by.

Mango has 30% off until tomorrow with the code ‘Shop30.’

Adjusting to the Changing Seasons of Life; An important reminder of self-care.

Easy ways to transition your decor from summer to fall.

One of my favorite H&M finds, possibly ever, is this black faux fur coat and looks like H&M has it again this year. I own it in a small.

With New York opening up for limited indoor dining, many have are still incredibly nervous. How do you feel about it?

There’s also the shorter version of the  camel wool coat I recently got.

I recently tried these cookies from ‘La Madame Biscuit’ and they’re absolutely incredible!

Bookmarking this quick (& healthy) curry cauliflower recipe.

How to set healthy boundaries online.

The budget-friendly version of my Celine ‘Tilda’ Sunglasses.

I can’t believe it’s ending. How do you feel about it? Truthfully, I think it’s time.

18 Questions for New Yorkers to answer (so funny & kinda true!)



  • Vanessa

    Watched Emily in Paris in one sitting. Chanel, hot guys, and messy love triangles

  • Nicole M.

    I have been eagerly awaiting the premiere of Emily In Paris as I love Lily Collins. Haven’t gotten around to starting it yet, but I’m hoping to do so tomorrow!

  • Sel

    I also don’t understand why New Yorkers say that their city is the world’s greatest city to live in. What is it about New York that makes it a stand-out above all other world cities? I am curious and would love know. Although, cuisine wise, I think, Melbourne City Australia has the most diverse cuisine. One can choose from traditional Italian, Greek, Croatian, Spanish, Lebanese, Korean, Japanese, Chinese, Malaysian, Indian, Singaporean, Thai, Ethiopian, Israeli, Yemeni, South American, Persian, Vietnamese, Turkish, French, Taiwanese, Indonesian, Danish, Polish, Irish, Burmese, Sudanese, Native Australian Aboriginal. And, I have probably forgotten some as Melbourne is a very multicultural city. It is also my home city.

    • Bida

      Doesn’t beat NYC! And yea, we have all that cuisinw and more!

    • Helena

      Hi Sel,
      Hope all is well on your end! Well, of course I am biased and I’m sure many people will say that and come from a biased place, but for me there truly is no place like New York. The food, the arts, the endless inspiration, the culture, the people watching, broadway, restaurants, the fashion. Also, if you’re someone who works hard enough, you can really make anything out of yourself. Of course right now NY is in a delicate place with the pandemic and it’s different than the NY many know and love, but I know it will bounce back.

      I’ve been to Australia and Melbourne and I agree, the food is out of this world! Probably the best I’ve ever had in my life. Cannot wait to visit again.

      • Sel

        Helena, thank you for taking the time to reply. I would love to ‘hear’ and read a post on your thoughts as to your top 10 list of world cities. Knowing that New York would be number 1 on your list, what cities would occupy spots 2 through 10?

  • Mireia

    How lovely!

    Mireia from TGL

  • Janine

    I just started watching Emily in Paris yesterday and I absolutely love it! Yes, it’s cheesy, yes it’s not super demanding, but as you said, it’s light and fun to watch! 🙂
    Xx Janine

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