Click. Read. Love. 12.20.19

By Caylin Harris
20 Dec 2019

I’ve never been more ready to turn on my OOO and shut down my computer. The last few months have been non-stop between work, life and home renovations. I can’t believe I have less than 7 weeks left to go, time is starting to go by at lightning speed. We’re planning on having a super mellow holiday at home and just enjoying this time before the new year. I have a few posts scheduled over the break and Click. Read. Love will still be here every week. I hope all of you get some much deserved rest and time with the people you love over the next few weeks. I’ll be soaking up lots of couch time with the pups (and Hunter too).

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)

We would REALLY love your feedback as we plan for 2020. Take this short (2 minute) survey and you’ll automatically be entered to win one of FIVE $100 gift cards to Everlane.

Why haven’t Americans elected a woman for President? We haven’t had the right candidate.

So I’ve never really understood people’s aversion to movies about divorce—it’s not like it’s contagious—but I watched Marriage Story on Netflix last weekend and thought it was really well done. (C)

This piece about fairy tales, silence, and motherhood in The Paris Review is beautifully written.

There’s a giveaway with Headspace this morning on my Instagram, don’t miss it! (J)

Twenty women in politics to watch in 2020.

Last minute gift ideas for people who don’t want more stuff.

I bought this Kari Gran SPF during Black Friday and I’m loving it. It’s oil based so awesome for my dry skin and I don’t need moisturizer under it. It doesn’t leave any white residue behind either. Use code JESSANNKIRBY15 for 15% off.

Inside the white nationalist terrorist movement in America.

We need more surgeons, but the profession can’t seem to accommodate motherhood.

This creamy spinach and artichoke salmon toes the line between healthy and decadent.

This is hilarious mainly because it’s so true—the ghosts of Christmas past your family won’t let you forget.

The best books of 2019.

Loved this replacement/addition to your new year’s resolutions from Jenny Komenda.

I just got my Golden Coil 2020 planner and I’m in love. The fact that it’s completely custom caters to all of my control-freak tendencies. (C)

We’re here for all the year-in-review recipe round-ups, here’s BA’s 18 favorite 2019 recipes.

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