Click. Read. Love. 1.31.20

I can’t believe tomorrow is the first day of February. The last nine months flew by and at times felt like they dragged on forever. I’m just a few days away from my due date. As I’ve started to slow down and wrap up work, the reality that I’m about to have a baby has started to sink in. I’m doing my best to stay present and relaxed, some days are easier than others. This will be my last Click. Read. Love. for a little while. Caylin will be taking over while I’m out (you’re in good hands!). There will still be content on the blog and the weekly newsletter so if you’re not signed up, you can get on the email list here. As always thanks for being here, especially these last nine months. xx Jess

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)

So you might want to take Netflix’s new Goop Lab with a grain of salt.

“Admiration of only the easy parts is fanaticism, not reverence.” On Kobe Bryant, and complicated legacies.

These almond flour blueberry muffins look like my breakfast for next week! (C)

Everything we know about season two of The Morning Show.

I’m so excited about Follain’s new product launches. I had a chance to test them over the summer and I love the hydrating mask and toning mist. Use code JESSANNKIRBY15 for 15% off. (J)

A vegan guide to Trader Joe’s.

If you’re in the market for a stylish wastebasket, this is a great round up from Joanna.

Where your favorite childhood cartoons would be now—Curious George’s future is especially hilarious.

The documentary Toxic Beauty explores the virtually unregulated chemicals in beauty products.

Craig and I decided to eat vegan for a month and we are loving it. We’ve been making lots of recipes from Love & Lemons and Love & Lemons Every Day. (J)

This caramelized shallot pasta from Alison Roman is required cooking for this weekend.

I’ve loved Jenny Komenda since her Little Green Notebook days, not only does she give great advice on her Instagram, I love perusing her website Juniper Home. (C)

Have you guys seen this site Reviewed? It offers really interesting takes on popular products.

I’ve mentioned how much I’ve been loving James Clear’s newsletter, this article on not judging your creativity/work is required reading. (C)

What’s at stake in the 2020 election—here are some resources if you have questions!

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6 Comments

  1. Lynn wrote:

    Yeah! I’m so excited 😆 the new and exciting next chapter has begun !!!
    xo Jess and Craig we love you !!!

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  2. Shannon wrote:

    I’m obsessed with James Clear’s newsletter too!! Can’t wait to read this article 🙂 Atomic Habits was soooo good too! x Shannon • http://www.essellesse.com

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  3. Katie Wilson wrote:

    the follain promo code sadly does not work!

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    • Jess wrote:

      Hi Katie. I just tested it and it worked for me. Don’t enter the code on that first page (where it says coupon code at the top). Wait until you’ve clicked check out and there will be another option to put in the code. It also excludes the following brands: Josh Rosebrook, La Bella Figura, May Lindstrom, One Love Organics, and Vintner’s Daughter.

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  4. Lynn wrote:

    Jess if you are looking to occupy your thoughts on a new Netflix Original movie binge this weekend , I just started watching “The Stranger “ from a novel by Harlen Coben. It looks pretty interesting so far. My mom always told me Chinese cooking would put me in labor It did not. Then she walked me for over an hour after dinner. I just got pretty sleepy. The woman could out walk and out shop me her whole life. Eventually my later than expected baby girl decided to arrive when she was good and ready as they very often seem to do. xo ❤️

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  5. Lynn wrote:

    We miss you already! Sending love to you abd Craig xo

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