Click. Read. Love. 1.20.23

By Jess & Caylin
20 Jan 2023
Click. Read. Love. 1.20.23

Happy Friday. We finally have some major snow falling here (yay). It’s been a very lackluster snow season so far, and I think everyone in the state of Vermont is jumping for joy right now. The mountains desperately need it and the rest of us (for the most part) and more than ready for fresh powder. Definitely planning on doing some sledding, snowboarding and hopefully a little xc skiing too. Few things are better for beating the winter blues than getting outside in the snow. Wishing all of you a great weekend.

Here’s the best of the week…
Jess (J) & Caylin (C)

Click. Read. Love. 1.20.23

On the importance of writing a will. (NPR)

This healthy hair trio for colored hair is amazing. My fine hair was so soft and fluffy afterwards (even with air drying). A new favorite. –Jess

OK, who’s excited for season three of Only Murders in the Building—Paul Rudd and Meryl Streep are guest stars!

I just finished the audiobook version of Spare and I thought it was really good. The fact that it’s narrated by Harry makes it better. I also think it has a lot more depth and complexity than some of the reviews have conveyed. –Jess

Finally! The age of adulting is over. (Vogue)

The fit on this bathing suit is so good (full coverage bottoms). Can’t wait to wear it in Florida. I went a size up. –Jess

In France, a high court ruled employees have the right to not be fun at work. (The New Yorker)

My kid is only 3 and this is already relatable, summer camp sign up hell. –Jess

The key to a good life, nurturing deep relationships. (The Atlantic)

Are processed foods addictive? (The NY Times)

If you’ve vowed to eat more veggies, here are some good ideas for interesting salads. (Cup of Jo)

I love this post from Jess on how to be a confident single woman and I think much of it applies to all women regardless of whether they’re in a relationship or not.

Could 2023 finally be the year of the four day work week? (Time)

There’s somewhat limited sizes but I couldn’t resist these lined boots from Toms for a cute winter boot. –Jess

I just finished this book, Magpie Murders by Anthony Horowitz, and it was two mysteries in one. Very fun. –Caylin

If you’ve been hearing a lot about buccal fat removal, here’s what it is and why you should proceed with caution. (Elle)

Color us not surprised. Exxon made climate predictions in the 1970s and ’80s and then proceeded to publicly dismiss global warming despite their data. (Mother Jones)

Can’t wait to wear this as a coverup in Florida but also so chic under a sweater or blazer for winter. –Jess

When did we all become pop culture detectives? (T magazine)

Why everything at Walgreens is suddenly behind plastic? (Curbed)

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