Click. Read. Love. 10.9.20

By Caylin Harris
10 Oct 2020
Click. Read. Love. 10.9.20

Hi, how’s everybody doing? I took the whole crew up to Vermont for the weekend because I was starting to get worried Marin would forget Craig was her Dad, haha, kind of joking but not really. I’m happy to report she definitely did not forget. It’s absolutely beautiful up here right now. Craig has made SO much progress on the house it’s CRAZY. I will post some updates to @thecozyranch IG stories. He filmed everything he’s done too so there’s lots of reno content coming soon!

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

Click. Read. Love. 10.9.20

Barefoot in quarantine: why we need Ina Garten now more than ever.

I am so in love with my new 14k gold pinky rings from Le Papier Studio. I got the silhouette and birthstone rings.

Could Barbie be the white ally capable of helping kids better understand racism?

I’ve given up on making actual meals at this point and I’ve decided that snack boards are the easiest way to feed myself. Here’s some good points on how to make the most of them. (C)

This cashmere sweater I’ve been living in is 20% off with code FAM20. I have it in a small.

Here’s a little professional advice from our friends over at Shore—Creative: why your website looks like shit.

Get ready to LOL:

The status of the shits women have left to give.

I listened to the podcast Canary on the drive up to Vermont and the reporting was phenomenal. The way these two women bravely told their stories and refused to stay silent is incredible. (J)

This movie Save Yourselves! looks hilarious.

Six ways to be an advocate for women of color in the workplace.

Saturday is World Mental Health Day. I partnered with Headspace to talk a bit about meditation here. You can use my link for 25% off a yearly subscription.

No lines to wait in! Try this apple cider donut cake instead of trying to get those fresh donuts.

Guys, since this is a safe space I have to admit that I watched every episode of Emily in Paris. It’s not the best thing I’ve seen and to be honest the main character kind of got on my nerves but I couldn’t help fantasizing about being in Paris myself since it’s all filmed there. (C)

How are you doing new parents? You need to read the comments section on this post.

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1 Comment

  1. Lynn wrote:

    Too beautiful for words, Woodstock in the fall❤️Wish I could be there this year.

    10.12.20 | Reply

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