A Day in the Life

I am so excited to share that Architectural Digest has profiled me in their “A Day in the Life” series. Even though no two days in my life are exactly alike, it was so fun to share a recent day’s events with a magazine I have loved since I was a very young child. I remember going over to my grandparents’ house and poring over every issue of Architectural Digest that I could get my hands on from the age of maybe eight. You can check out the feature here

{Photography by Brittany Ambridge}

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  1. Congratulations! It’s so neat to see you profiled in this international publication and fun to get a peek behind the curtain.

  2. Paloma, congratulations on such a well-deserved honor!. I think by now you know I am a devoted fan. I loved the piece that once again was truly motivating!

    Marjie

  3. To borrow a quote from you, it’s so nice to see good things happen to good people. 🙂 Additionally, what an excellent way to have the experience to gain a new perspective on your own day, and how sweet life can is! It makes me want to keep a diary of one of my own days, just for myself, so I can reflect with gratitude. <3

  4. Hi Paloma!

    I’m taking a trip soon and remembered that you have posted about packing for travel in the past. I was going to use your search feature to try and dig that up, but clicking it just opens your blog in a new tab, so I’m not having any luck. Wanted to bring it to your attention in case that’s a bug you can get fixed. If you can direct me to that post, that would be great too!