Click. Read. Love. 1.15.22
We woke up to a feels like temperature of -26 degrees, yes you read that correctly. So it’s looking like we’ll be indoors for most of the weekend. There’s an ice sculpting competition at the mountain and I’m hoping we can catch that at some point if it gets any warmer tomorrow. Craig and I started Mayor of Kingstown last night and wow, it’s really gritty but really good. The cast is phenomenal. Wishing all of you a safe and restful 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…
My favorite Vitamin C serum and hydrating mask from Follain is 20% off this weekend, no code needed.
On breastfeeding: “You do what you can. You do everything you can, and sometimes ‘everything’ will only get you halfway there. If you’re lucky enough to live in a time where our brains have invented ways to help our bodies close the gap, then you should accept that help with pride and not shame.”
This post from Orlando Soria is a glimpse into what it’s really like to be a reality tv host and influencer. It’s not always as glamorous as it may seem.
I am so happy to be partnering with Summersalt later this month, and especially excited about this cashmere blend sweater I picked out. The color is stunning in person.
Speaking of sweaters, mine have been driving me crazy because they’ve been in a massive pile on my shelf. These dividers are a game changer for organizing.
A heartbreaking read about how holes in our immigration system can leave adoptees without a country to call home.
Ahead of Martin Luther King Jr. Day, the MLK tapes is an excellent new podcast investigating the true story behind the plot to kill Dr. King.
For parents during the pandemic: “at this point, I feel nothing.“
My favorite fit for Madewell denim, these are on sale and an extra 30% off with code REALDEAL.
If you’re looking for some book recommendations, everything Grace read last year, ranked. She reads a lot!
I laughed out loud at some of these “Questions for the CDC from concerned parents, for the love of Christ.”
I finally got some Darn Tough socks (made in Vermont) as a Christmas gift, and they live up to the hype. So warm and soft.
US quarters will feature 5 new women starting this month, yet it’s been more than a century since women were featured on paper money in America.
A question every parent is asking, how is the pandemic affecting kids’ brains?
Even more of a reason to move our bodies, a new study finds exercise can help protect your brain from dementia.
“I see signs of despair from parents of kids under 5.”
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I can’t comment on just one piece today. This week’s newsletter was brilliant. Every single link was just what I needed!! Thank you, as always, for doing the work for us!
ps It’s not quite as cold here!
Ah thank you Cheryl! I hate to pick favorites but this week has a lot of good links, haha. Stay warm. xx
I needed that article about friends. I moved to New England two years ago not knowing it would be difficult to make connections. I had lived in other cities in my 20s and it was a non issue. Turns out it’s something many people struggle with! Cheers to being an extrovert.