The HIT List: January

How to be a Parisian Wherever You Are: Love, Style, and Bad Habits by Anne Berest
If you think this is a how-to book or a self-help manual, find something else. This is just for fun, and at more than one point you will laugh and say: “Yep, that’s me!” Color photos and drawings, recipes, and mood charts included.

Marvel’s Agent Carter, Tuesday night at 8 PM EST
For the kiddos: Paddington (in theaters), charming with subtle adult humor once in a while just for the parents. 

Italian through Duolingo app while sitting in the car waiting for school to get out. Lesson plans range between 5-20 mins. If you already have some basic knowledge of a particular language you’re interested in, you can test into a level that’s right for you. And it’s free!

The New York Times 52 Places to Go in 2015 is a great guide when planning a new vacation adventure. Number 45 is a personal favorite, Numbers 2, 25, and 51 are definitely worth a serious consideration. There is even a new take on old favorites.

Planning to try Meatless Mondays. As in eating vegetarian one day a week. Although I would say that poultry and seafood works too, since they are not meat.