Click. Read. Love. 11.18.22

By Jess & Caylin
18 Nov 2022
Au Comptoir Woodstock | Click. Read. Love. 11.18.22
Wearing: Sezane coat, wide leg jeans, booties, button down, louise jumper

Happy Friday. I truly can not believe next week is Thanksgiving. November has flown by and we already had our first snow so I’m definitely ready to get in the holiday spirit. My body however is definitely not ready for frigid weather. All of the gift guides are up on the blog so check them out for lots of ideas at various price points. My promo codes are here and all are up to date. It’s going to be a very cold weekend here so our plans include staying warm and keeping cozy! Have a great weekend.

Wishing all of you a great weekend. Here’s the best of the week…
Jess (J) & Caylin (C)

Click. Read. Love. 11.18.22

My Faherty code is good until Sunday (JESSKIRBY for 20% off)! I have been living in this sweater and these pants. So cozy.

If you’ve heard about Ozempic and weight loss, here’s the darker side of the drug. (The Cut)

Apparently the age of social media is ending? Consider us ahead of the curve…(The Atlantic)

In good political news the Senate passed the Respect for Marriage Act. (CBS News)

I’ve always been fascinated by Steven Spielberg’s work and I’m very excited about The Fabelmans coming out. -Caylin (The New York Times)

My favorite style Vans come in sherpa suede for winter!

Is sober-ish living hiding a bad habit? (Oprah Daily)

Extreme heat will take a toll on us and change the way we live. (New York Times)

I bought this star clip set for a holiday hair post I’m working on and they are so pretty. They shipped super fast too!

Just in case you get stuck for Thanksgiving…here’s a surefire list of conversation starters! (Cup of Jo)

Also, very excited about Sam Mendes’ Empire of Light. You’ve got to love Olivia Coleman. -Caylin (Deadline)

Have you ever heard the term normal marital hatred? Apparently it’s the norm in many long term relationships, here’s what it is and what to do about it. (The Washington Post)

A lab-grown meat start-up gets FDA approval. (Wired)

Trust funds aren’t just for the super rich. Here’s why you should consider setting one up. (Real Simple)

How American moms got touched out. An older, but great piece. (Slate)

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  1. Lynn wrote:

    The article about Sober Living caught my eye . My beautiful son died of Alcoholism . I didn’t even know he drank other than a beer or two . I know that I’ve said this before but I have a love hate relationship with Alcohol. I do not believe I am in any way, shape or form an Alcoholic. I spent a lot of nights out drinking and dancing with my friends . I met and dated sone guys that turned out to drink a lot . I was done when I saw that . I attended Alanon because of a guy. It was short lived . I met my best girlfriend there . She was married to a man who drank for 35 years . I don’t take a drink anymore since Jeff died . I look at women who constantly have a cocktail in their hand day and night or they talk about drinks a lot. My own sister asks if it’s happy hour yet when she is stressed . She’s not Alcoholic. The thing is one must never tell anyone they are alcoholic. They must know it themselves and find their own solution . It’s a disease like diabetes . Sone people drink heavy and are not . Others have a few drinks daily and are problem drinkers . The thing I do know is you can die from it . I watched it happen to a handsome bright and Corporate High Level VP . I think the days I drank and did stupid stuff are over long ago . I like to be aware and not have something slipped in my drink. Yes it happened . It was awful beyond words . So yes , I had fun and yes I liked a slight high feeling once in my 30’s and 40’s as a newly single mom, but not now . Thanks for the article Jess . It was indeed an eye opener that a lot of people had my experience too . xo
    Lynn

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