Happy Friday, in case you forgot what day it is, haha. We’ve had some nice time off but I’m ready to get back in the swing of things and buckle down for the next few weeks while I still have some energy to get stuff done before my due date. Plumbers and electricians have been here working away on the addition and we’re getting so much closer, it’s so exciting. Lots of great links from the week, hope all of you have a great weekend.
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…
Jess (J) & Caylin (C)
Click. Read. Love. 1.3.20
Living in the age of the Instagram face.
Missoma rarely has sales, and they almost NEVER mark anything down below 30%. So if you’ve been wanting to treat yourself now is the time (to get up to 50% off). A few of my favorites: Lucy Williams Tiny Horn Choker, this cuff bracelet, the evil eye signet ring and the evil eye necklace.
After reading this interview with Kiley Reid, I’m really excited to read this book, Such a Fun Age. (C)
Six rules for making the perfect grilled cheese—essential 2020 information.
Craig got me these Adidas hiking sneaker/boots for Christmas and they’re awesome. Super comfortable and lightweight (they fit true to size). They’re also on sale at Backcountry and come in two colors options.
This post about texts you get from your dad was included in a best of the year round-up and is definitely worth a read, it’s too sweet.
You sort of have to love how pissed off Neil Young is about how we experience music these days.
A step-by-step guide to getting your finances in order this year.
You’ve got to love a simple, quick Tuscan white bean soup recipe.
If you’ve never read an Ask Polly column you’re missing out.
Predicting the color trends of 2020, I have to say I’m finding myself gravitating more and more towards camel. (J)
Skip the trial and error process, these are the best salad kits so you can get greens ready for dinner in a snap.
Why not try one of these designer’s New Year’s resolutions!
So here’s what’s in store for your sign in 2020.
The totally legitimate reasons why you can’t go for a run—you know just in case you need some good excuses.