Happy Saturday. It’s Wassail weekend in Woodstock which is filled with tons of festive holiday activities. We’re going to do a carriage ride around the village and hopefully make it to the lighting of the luminaries tonight. I stretched out the birthday week festivities and had a great night hike with girlfriends and mani/pedi which was so nice. Hoping we can make it through the holidays healthy but definitely not holding my breath on that one. Wishing all of you a great weekend.
Wishing all of you a great weekend. Here’s the best of the week…
–Jess (J) & Caylin (C)
Click. Read. Love. 12.10.22
Maybe the only book recommendation article you might need. NPR’s Books We Love features hundreds of suggestions. (NPR)
For young couples these days, there seems to be more adulting, less adultery. (The Atlantic)
This Jones Road sparkle wash eyeshadow is seriously the most fun for holiday. I have it in Midas and Gilded. -Jess
Have you watched Lady Chatterley’s Lover? Netflix sure is getting spicy these days.
If you’re looking for the best movies of the year, here’s a list of ten to watch over the holiday break. (Vanity Fair)
I just got these cozy Sorel boots and they are SO comfy and cute (and on sale). -Jess
The first step to not getting overlooked at work? Speaking up! (Glamour)
This frighteningly strong meth is fueling homelessness. (New York Magazine)
How much alone time do kids actually need? (The Atlantic)
I love the vintage blue color of this wool coat from Sezane.
How to care for yourself when you’re a caregiver. (The Good Trade)
This true crime story was really bizarre. (Elle)
A brief guide to encountering a weeping person in public in NYC.
‘Tis the season for questions. Here’s how to handle your kids asking about Santa. (Parents)
A fascinating read on how some gut bacteria may be linked to depression. (Wall Street Journal)
One of my favorite beauty brands has a great holiday set which would make a really nice gift or perfect for holiday travel. -Jess
Anyone else still have dreams about school? (The Atlantic)
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