pink for Paris

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Last year, I decided that the best thing I could do, is celebrate my favourite holiday (VALENTINES DAY) ALL month long.  It was amazing. I went to Paris, the most romantic city in the world. I dyed my hair pink. I posted daily thoughts about love to my instagram. I basically went all out. I even fell in love. And again, it was AMAZING.

As I sit here, typing on my rose gold Macbook, with my pink nails with hearts on them, sitting next to my pink rose centrepiece, I wonder how on earth I’ll ever be able to top that. Thank goodness I have a little time to prepare. One thing I’d like to know sooner, is when is it appropriate for me to wear this white fluffy jacket again? Do I have to wait until December? Let me know please!

On this trip I danced the night away Parisian style…you could even say Paris danced the night away Faith style… I’ll tell you the story later.

I drank about 20 bottles of wine.

I lost my phone for the first (and last) time ever (the night the Parisians partied my style).

I met amazing people.

I learned that some things just can’t stay the same, and some things never change.

I froze myself, to take these photos in the snow (see blue and purple body parts). These photos are unedited.

I met the almost “the one”.

I also went to London.

I fell in love with London (too).

I raved, I shopped, I ate in London.

I went to emergency in London for the most wildest injury ever.

I went to Naples, Italy.

I ate the same pizza as Liz (Elizabeth Gilbert) in Eat, Pray, Love.

I pampered myself.

I gave Valentine’s away to strangers.

I bought a pink faux fur coat and ate vegan at a fancy seafood restaurant.

I got outside of my comfort zone.

And I spread as much love as possible.

This all may seem a bit random, but I hope this trip inspires you to follow your heart. Do stuff just because you love it. Do stuff just for you! Eat what you like the best. As my motto goes, love your life, your food and yourself!

xox,

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