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Jess Ann Kirby shares her favorite links from the week

It has been a week of “what day is it?” but it’s finally Friday and we made it through the first week of 2019. I always find the first week of a New Year to be a little rough, the possibilities of a fresh start are exciting, but also exhausting. Wherever you are or whatever you’re feeling, give yourself some grace, and know that there’s a whole year ahead to achieve your goals. You don’t have to conquer everything overnight, Rome wasn’t built in a day.

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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…

Maybe this compulsion is staying in 2018, but you weren’t imagining it. There’s been an increase in anxiety baking.

It was so exciting to see @thecozyranch featured on Refinery29 in their article about 2019’s biggest home trends.

No matter your political affiliations we think we can pretty much all agree that the environment is important, no? Here are 78 environmental rules that have been rolled back since the 2016 election. It’s not something you hear about often—but it’s so important to be aware of what’s going on. (C)

This essay about the experiences of a cable repair technician is equal parts horrifying and illuminating. Yikes.

If you love Sezane as much as I do, take a look through their archives, lots of pieces restocked or items you may have missed out on (and on sale) like these jeans. (J)

The dinner struggle is real. But this list of 140 weeknight meal ideas will make getting it done a lot easier.

What I will be starting this weekend (and documenting for YouTube). (J)

Feeling a little blah or overwhelmed by the new year? Break it down into a simple more/less list instead of grand promises and overly complicated resolutions.

I use these a few times a week and they are SO good at making tired, puffy eyes look refreshed and bright. (J)

How to be greener at home in 2019.

Looking for a new podcast rec? The Dream explores multilevel marketing schemes.

If you’re still in need of winter boots it’s an extra 25% off sale at Shopbop with code HELLO2019, these are super cute.

Just in case you need a little help easing into your fitness routine in the new year.

An interesting essay on one woman’s take on the emotional weight of being a wife/ partner.

Craving cart food but stuck in the burbs? Make your own falafel at home with this recipe.

Not sure if you guys have heard of the series You. It was on Lifetime but recently came to Netflix and it’s terrifying but in a totally addictive, watchable way. Check it out! (C)

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  1. SC says:

    If possible, pleeeease post any clothes on Depop rather than Poshmark. Would be great to shop internationally!!

  2. Allyson DeKoekkoek says:

    Omg, yes! I discovered “You” on Netflix on New Year’s and binge-watched it in 2 days. So addicting and SO GOOD!!

    • Caylin Harris says:

      Season two is coming to Netflix! I’ve never had a show stay with me quite like this one—have you been more paranoid post-You? I’m creeped out. Thanks for reading!