Click. Read. Love. 11.7.20

Click. Read. Love. 11.7.20

*Takes big deep breath…what a week. How are all of you doing? Based on my DMs it sounds like it’s been a pretty tough week for everyone, though things are looking good. I’ll be honest last week was rough. I hit a breaking point and my mental and physical health suffered. It really made me reevaluate how I prioritize my own health, mental and physical. I’m focusing on resting when I can, limiting media intake and time on my phone, and getting outside as much as possible. I hope all of you are taking care as well. In other news, Craig is blowing me away and I don’t know how he does, talk about running yourself into the ground, but the Vermont house is coming along and he has made so much progress. I’m really looking forward to sharing more with all of you 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
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Click. Read. Love. 11.7.20

Rebecca Solnit on hope in dark times, resisting the defeatism of easy despair, and what victory really means for movements of social change.

A journal prompt for every emotion you might be feeling right now.

Khatu added some really cute holiday masks to her shop.

Have any of you seen The Queen’s Gambit? I finished it in two nights. I loved it.

So excited to see 50 Pies 50 States getting so much love, go give her a follow! (C)

You’ll want to dive face first into these cheesy baked mashed potatoes.

17 good things that happened on Tuesday night, just in case you’re in need of some hopeful news?

In case you missed it I shared my top picks from the Sephora Holiday Savings Event. A few more non-skincare favorites: Silk Slip Pillowcase and Sleep Mask (make great gifts too), Rose Quartz Gua Shua, and Lord Jones Bath Salts. (J)

Easy, cozy comfort food—it’s what’s for dinner! This chicken marsala certainly fits the bill.

Welp, this is definitely disturbing.

Totally making a vegan version of this coconut and noodle curry, yummmm.

I had to share Farmhouse Pottery’s birthday sale because they rarely do them (15% off select items). They are one of my all time favorites, based in Woodstock and family-owned. Their pieces makes beautiful gifts and I am getting some things for the Woodstock house too. Here are some favorites: the Silo mug, crafted wooden bowls, wine stopper (such a good gift with a nice bottle of wine), match striker (we have one of these and it’s so great), linen apron, pantry candlesticks, cheese stone.

If you’re feeling the need for a little Netflix break.

Love this powder room makeover from Jenn.

Thank you Stacey Abrams. If you want to support her efforts you can donate to Fair Fight.

How cool is this collective of artists working to provide students with equitable opportunities in the arts?!

The most poetic way we’ve heard the feelings of election night described.

These photos of Krystal in Vermont, omg, stunning.

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1 Comment

  1. Jenn Lake wrote:

    Aw, thanks friend! Means the world! Cheers to an AMAZING weekend ahead! 💙💙💙

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