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Jess Ann Kirby strolls through snowy Bowens Wharf in Newport, Rhode Island
There’s something really magical about the first snowfall of the Christmas season. It was just about this time last year that the above photo was taken. We’ll be snuggling up in front of the fire and also bundling up to play in the snow (Fuji’s first snowfall!). Oh and since The Crown is on it’s time for some MAJOR Netflix and chill. Happy weekend friends.
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…

Some truth (with numbers to back it up) about birth control access in this country and why it’s a basic healthcare right. Mic drop.

It’s 30% off winter clothing at Anthro (no code needed) including this red coat I shared on IG stories yesterday AND this blazer (wearing xs) and faux fur scarf I posted here.

NYTimes readers recommend the best books of 2017.

This cinnamon roll bread pudding looks delicious.

All the women in my family are VERY excited about Pantone’s Color of the Year for 2018. (J)

Patti Smith’s beautiful tribute to Sam Shepard.

This Patagonia Craig gave me for my birthday is quite possibly one of the warmest jackets I’ve ever owned. (J)

I watched this incredible Tom Petty documentary on Netflix (which was at least four hours long) but was such an amazing look at his songwriting genius and artistic integrity. (C)

The wildfires in California are absolutely devastating. Here’s how to help.

Roast chicken is just so cozy in the winter and this harissa and hazelnut version looks easy to make and is a twist on the classic.

Have you guys heard of Local Eclectic? It’s a site for gorgeous jewelry made by emerging designers—which means the prices are pretty great too.

 We’re just going to leave this here in case the holidays aren’t all snowflakes and cookies for you: how to deal with stress.

Anyone else’s skin reacting to this cold weather by rebelling? This list of body scrubs is comprehensive.

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