How to Be Chic with Fiona Ferris
Monday August 22, 2016

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“It’s great to realize we don’t need to change ourselves to be happy, we simply need to peel away the layers that aren’t us.” -Fiona Ferris, author and blogger

~The Simple Sophisticate, episode #117


In today’s episode author and blogger Fiona Ferris joins me on the podcast to talk about her new book Thirty Chic Days: Practical Inspiration for a Beautiful LifeNot only do we talk about how to create a more beautiful life, but we dive into a handful of other topics as Fiona discusses what truly makes our lives richer and more fulfilling. I think you will be inspired by her approach to living well and be reminded of how simple it really is if we only ask the right questions.

Below are the links to books and movies that were mentioned during our conversation. Be sure to stop by her blog How to Be Chic and follow her on the social media accounts below.

~Lovers on the Bridge (Les Amants du Pont-Neuf )

~Project 333

~Books by author Brian Tracy

~The Richest Man in Babylon by George S. Clason

Find, discover and follow Fiona Ferris on social media:

~Twitter: @fiona_ferris

~Facebook: FionaFerrisAuthor

~Instagram: @fionaferrisnz

~YouTube Channel

~Blog: How to Be Chic

~Book: Thirty Chic Days: Practical Inspiration for a Beautiful Life

~Petit Plaisir

~The French Chef with Julia Child

~stream from Amazon Prime, all 10 seasons

~order the DVDs of The French Chef

~The French Chef cookbook



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8 thoughts on “How to Be Chic with Fiona Ferris

  1. I totally enjoyed this interview with Fiona. I’ve been following her for some time. She is lovely and so inspirational. Just like you!

  2. I LOVED this episode! I need to give it another listen and may even take notes. Thank you Shannon and Fiona! I will be checking out Fiona’s blog and book as well.

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