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Happy St. Patrick’s Day! Anyone else still feeling a little off from daylight savings time? Losing that hour can totally mess with your daily rhythms, making this week feel long and short at the same time. Hoping to restore some balance this weekend. Hope your day is filled with lots of Irish cheer and green beer.
xx
Jess (J) & Caylin (C)

If you’re looking for something to buy, try, read, share or pin, we’ve got you covered. Here’s the best of the week…

Lemon and white wine sauce on this chicken scaloppine might be the perfect transitional recipe to take you from winter to spring.

Has anyone tried goop’s exfoliating instant facial? It looks amazing, but want to get some second opinions before making the investment. (C)

Great news, creative activities like knitting or baking boost mental wellbeing!

Seeing Julia’s “Kitchen Before” post is getting me excited about the potential of buying a house and doing projects ourselves. (J)

Fresh baked, simple crusty bread is the only way to eat bread. Make it yourself.

This icing technique is absolutely mesmerizing…can’t. stop. watching.

Can someone have a birthday party so I can make these honeycomb decorations? (C)

Loved this moving essay about postpartum depression by Chrissy Teigen in Glamour.

Such a great post from Grace about feminism, being a woman and how you can care about clothes and activism at the same time. (J)

Maybe the most heartbreaking Modern Love column I’ve read. It makes me grateful for all of life’s little moments and for all the love I have. (C)

A gorgeous book: Strong is the New Pretty shows all the facets of girls’ personalities.

Hearing how great Blair feels after making some changes to her diet is inspiring me to do the same. (J)

Devastating and not OK. Imagine a world without the arts or the resources to teach children (and adults) about them.

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  1. Happy St. Patrick’s Day and Happy Friday, lady! Loved your links this week!

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