Starting Sunday, I’ll be traveling every week until the middle of November, so my anxiety level is at an all time high right now. My plan for the weekend is to clean and organize, organize, organize, so I can hopefully get through the next few weeks without feeling like a complete cluster f. We’re also hoping to (finally) put the finishing touches on the mudroom so I can share that space, it’s one of my favorite projects we’ve done. It’s looking like the next few days are going to be unusually warm for fall which means more time to enjoy our new deck. Wishing you all a great weekend.
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…
Four happiness rituals that have been proven by science to improve your mood.
I shouldn’t be allowed to buy any more new cookbooks but when the list of new releases is this good I just can’t help myself. (C)
How to get back on track when you’re having an unproductive day—otherwise known as the remote worker’s manifesto.
About last week. Emma Gray’s essay is really amazing at explaining why we’re all mad as hell.
This video isn’t new, but this “Conference Call in Real Life” had me crying I was laughing so hard. (J)
Can’t wait to try this recipe for charred cauliflower quesadillas with a cumin-lime crema.
In case you haven’t heard, Bradley Cooper has directed and starred in the remake of A Star is Born. So naturally, he’s been everywhere. This profile was equal parts absurd and well written.
How algorithms impact your life and why you need to be aware of them.
I’ve used oregano oil to fight colds but I had no idea it could work for breakouts.
Have any of you seen the new workout brand Girlfriend Collective? Wondering if I get a set it will inspire me to workout more.
All apple everything, please! These apple muffins are sure to be a crowd pleaser.
Forget orange and black combo, we’re really feeling this super streamlined and chic Halloween decor.