Click. Read. Love. 10.2.20

Click. Read. Love. 10.2.20 Jess Ann Kirby gets fall decor inspiration from homes in Woodstock, Vermont.

Sooooooo, karma is real?! Just going to leave it at that. Happy Friday my friends.

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. 10.2.20

Climate change is becoming a bipartisan topic for Gen Z voters.

Sure, you’re still trying to block out this week’s debate but this moment felt like the most telling of the evening.

Are you feeling more friendship paranoia during the pandemic?

I will do a try on soon but this cashmere sweater I got from Naadam is AMAZING. (J)

For those of you who loved the September Style Calendar, Jess Keys is doing one for October!

On Breonna Taylor and perpetual black trauma—so beautifully written.

Well this is creepy, apps that track your period or fertility might be selling your data.

Tieghan (Half Baked Harvest) did a holiday collection with Etsy and it’s so good!

Lasagna is like, a ton of work. This stovetop lasagna seems like a faster, easier version that’s still really tasty.

Chelsea Clinton on why RBG’s seat should not be filled by Amy Coney Barrett.

I got a lot of requests for info on this jacket. It’s two years old from Anthro but I found two similar sustainable styles from Outerknown, here and here.

If you need convincing there’s evil in the world, watch the documentary about the Watts’ Family murders. It’s absolutely bone chilling.

All of these flavors together sound amazing! A roasted butternut squash, prosciutto pizza with caramelized onions might be on the menu for this weekend. (C)

What do you do when no one is watching? Self reflection after being alone during Covid.

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3 Comments

  1. Lauren wrote:

    You talk a lot about wanting to be inclusive and caring about the BLM movement so how do you explain purchasing a second home in a location that just like your primary home has an overwhelmingly large white population and virtually no minorities? Why not pick a second home in a location with a more diverse population? Also, how does purchasing a second home fit in with your sustainable lifestyle?

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    • Jess wrote:

      We happen to really love Vermont and have always wanted to live there. I personally think I can support BLM and live in a state like Vermont. As to having a second home and fitting in with my sustainable lifestyle I’m not sure why that is not sustainable? It honestly seems like you are just looking for things so you can “call me out.” We do a lot of things in our everyday life to be sustainable, but I don’t feel I owe you an explanation so I will not bother listing them here because to be honest, I don’t think that’s what you’re looking for.

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  2. Lauren wrote:

    Karma or RBG is a full fledged deity 🙂 😉

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