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Happy Saturday friends. Hope all of you had a really great Thanksgiving. Wanted to save this weekend’s reading for today so it didn’t get lost in the Black Friday madness, hopefully you scored some good deals. I got a lot of good Christmas shopping done and scored a few things for myself (I couldn’t resist a flat screen, haha). The day before Thanksgiving, Kim from Greenlion came over and installed this incredible wreath trio on our front door and I just love it so much. Now we just need to get our tree, I’m trying to find somewhere we can buy one that we can later plant so hoping we can make that happen.

Jess (J) & Caylin (C)

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…

Pretty much devastated over this magazine news. When I first got into the magazine biz it was always that title every girl would kill to work for. (C)

Increase your powers of persuasion.

Once their website finally started working, I snagged this J.Crew teddy coat for under $100 for our trip to Portugal. (J)

Endlessly fascinated by articles that talk about cooking techniques. Here’s how to decide if you should use a food processor or a blender.

If you are still looking for the best sales, here’s our Black Friday round-up.

Podcasts to listen to while you’re traveling. Especially if you’re stuck in traffic.

As someone who used to wear makeup every day to go into an office, there is something freeing about going without it. This essay explores it in a really beautiful way. (C)

Hopefully you’ve got some time on your hands over this weekend to just relax. Just in case you’re looking, here are some ideas for what to watch.

Welp, this new government report on climate change is pretty grim, confirming what most of us already knew.

Really terrifying—please avoid romaine lettuce. This recall seems much more widespread than previous ones.

This butternut squash soup seems like a lighter alternative for when you’ve had enough stuffing or turkey.

I’m dying over these pink linen sheets from H&M home. Use code 3240 for 20% off. (J)

Everyone is losing their shit over the wedding flowers at Mandy Moore’s wedding. For good reason though, they’re gorgeous.

I still can’t believe I got this North Face for 25% off, it’s kind of crazy, but I saw it on someone and it looks super cool (and warm!). (J)

The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel season two premieres December 5th, we can’t wait!

Helpful tips on how to beat the winter blues from Julie.

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  1. Good call leaving it until today – my email had an avalanche of Black Friday things racing through it all day! Watching Mrs. Doubtfire sounds like a great idea!!

    Rebecca |

    11.24.18 | Reply
    • Jessica wrote:

      Haha, I spent half of Black Friday unsubscribing from emails. Happy weekend!

      11.25.18 | Reply

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