It has been a bit of a roller coaster week to say the least. I’m ready to hunker down at home, curl up with the pups and find something new to binge on Netflix (just finished Bodyguard and HIGHLY recommend if you haven’t seen it yet). We are finishing up the exterior painting on the house this weekend (YAY!) which means we can actually decorate for the holidays this year, and I am pretty darn excited about that.
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…
There’s something so cozy about a Sunday dinner—Italians might do it best.
If you’ve always wondered the difference between Tylenol, Advil, aspirin, and Aleve.
I love reading other bloggers stories, especially those who started out in a corporate setting. Michelle celebrates her 7th year of blogging (and shares a beautiful cake because well, she bakes). (J)
You might want to give this kale and caramelized onion stuffing a whirl before Turkey Day, you know for research purposes.
A really comprehensive explanation of gerrymandering. It’s important to understand.
Really into these high rise cords from Reformation.
Was pretty blown away at how this tote insert can basically turn any bottomless bag into an organizational dream.
Thanksgiving tablescapes that work with what you own already? Genius!
All the exciting firsts from the midterm elections. Women kicked some major ass.
It’s the season of the witch, this essay is an interesting look at why they seem to always need to decide between power and goodness.
Everyone has been buzzing about Now & Again, the cookbook from Julia Turshen. Here are a few sample recipes to get you hooked.
Loved this story by Ariel Foxman (former EIC of InStyle) about what his child will call him and his husband as he learns to speak.
Anthropologie Home Sale
(20% off everything-no code needed)
You can’t go wrong with this faux fur throw. I have it in the gray and the blush. Despite saying dry clean only online I wash (and dry) mine weekly and it’s still in perfect condition.
A big purchase, but one worth getting on sale if you’ve been eyeing the gleaming primrose mirror (the one I have in my bedroom).
One of my favorite cookbooks.
Our soon to be revealed mudroom has a lot of Anthro home in it (obviously). Including these throw pillows, these hooks, and these baskets which are great for storage.
I love these tiled monogram mugs. Perfect holiday gift idea.
Anytime Anthro has a sale, I stock up on Candlefish.
I loved this big chunky throw blanket we had in Finland.
We have a bunch of these hooks around the house and out on the porch and they’re super sturdy.
Over the summer I bought all new dishes and settled on the white Old Havana set. It has held up really well.
Love a good festive dish towel.
Perfect time to get your 2019 planner.
I am constantly making recipes from this cookbook and it makes a great gift.