Click. Read. Love. 10.15.21

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Hi! How’s everyone doing? Marin has been home sick (again) and work has been busier than ever so it’s been a tough balancing act this week. At the same time of course I’m so grateful to have flexibility and be able to shuffle some things around as needed. I FINALLY have a launch date for the Newport Guide. It’s going to be available on October 25 and I can not wait to share it with all of you. More to come on that soon. 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
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Click. Read. Love. 10.15.21

The matching set from my ABLE collab was just restocked for pre-order! Made with a super soft cotton in a light beige it’s cozy and versatile. I sized up in the sweatshirt and sized down in the sweatpants. Use code JAK20 for 20% off.

Thousands of people are trying to leave QAnon, but getting out is almost impossible. In a Cosmo exclusive, women on both sides—the former believers and the doctors they’re turning to—show us what it takes to escape.”

The gender researcher’s guide to an equal marriage.

Thank you so much for all of your support on the launch of my limited edition skincare kit with Follain.

It feels like we keep having the same conversations and no one is listening. Their is a child-care crisis in this country, and women are the ones who suffer.

“Many new parents are turning to sleep programs and specialists to help their newborns sleep through the night—but pricey courses and consult calls on baby sleep could have an even higher price, some experts say.”

The importance of due process in fairly investigating sexual assault allegations.

This woman-founded travel app, Out of Office, is a great way to plan trips and get recommendations from friends and people you trust. They gave me a code JESSKIRBY to skip the waitlist and download the app for free.

Treat yourself! Indulge in this tasty and surprisingly healthy milkshake for one.

There’s a lot of good TV returning!

Season three of Succession starts this Sunday, the Dexter revival is coming out in November, and Mindy Kaling’s new show, The Sex Lives of College Girls.

Speaking of TV I think I shared this before but I am in love with The Other Two. I find myself laughing out loud in every episode.

Just in case you wanted to read something completely charming this week.

I’ve heard nothing but amazing things about this book—Crying in H Mart: A Memoir and I’m so excited to be starting it. (C)

Do you listen to Brené Brown’s podcast? This episode on building, maintaining, and restoring trust was really interesting.

Who doesn’t want to be a little more productive?

A shocking look at Teen Challenge, a Christian organization with thousands of centers claiming to help troubled teens. “Each year, some fifty thousand adolescents in the U.S. are sent to a constellation of residential centers—wilderness programs, boot camps, behavior-modification facilities, and religious treatment courses—that promise to combat a broad array of unwanted behaviors. There are no federal laws or agencies regulating these centers.”

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  1. Amy Greenberg wrote:

    I love, love, love Jess Ann, but fully half of these links required subscriptions. Very frustrating.

    10.16.21 | Reply