Anyone else still Marie Kondo’ing? Wadrobe is done, next up are shoes, accessories and skincare (skincare being the scariest). It does feel pretty great to have an organized and clutter-free space. Lots of snow in the forecast this weekend for many of us, stay warm and cozy friends.
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…
Do you know how cookie cutters are made? This video shows how it happens and it’s oddly soothing.
If you’re still trying to find a new morning routine in the new year here are some tips from 300 high achievers on how they start their day.
PSA/Favor to ask/We’re begging…We were nominated for a Liketoknow.it Best of 2018 Award in the Home category. You can vote here (click on my name not the photo). Really appreciate it!
Believe the hype. I haven’t taken these jeans off since I got them (seriously). They run tts (I got the ankle fit). (J)
If a resolution was to reduce your meat intake, this vegan creamy polenta and red wine mushroom dish has winter comfort food written all over it.
As a huge fan of the cult favorite Sézane, I loved reading this letter from Morgane, the founder, about her commitment to sustainability. (J)
How to make your food pictures look irresistable on Instagram. Get ready to be inundated with likes.
If you read the viral New Yorker story Cat Person, Kristen Roupenian’s collection of essays, You Know You Want This, is out.
Kudos to Julia for sharing her very personal experience with anxiety.
For true crime fanatics, this podcast is very binge-worthy.
I had tears in my eyes watching this incredible speech from Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez.
In some feel good news, Patagonia CEO is donating their Trump Tax Cut to flight global climate change.
The people changing wellness in the new year—everything from how we eat, shop, and live.
Grace has me convinced I need to try Gua Sha.
If you’re headed somewhere warm these sandals are “Choose What You Pay.” I love the light taupe and dusty pink.
For NPR lovers this profile of Krista Tippet explains how she has become a guru to listeners.
This budget bedroom and nursery makeover is inspiring—I’m in love with the nightstands. (C)