Hope all of you had a great holiday and weathered all the stormy weather ok. We had a low key Christmas and hopefully plan to do some xc skiing and snowboarding this week. Craig has made tons of progress on the addition and we are getting so close to the finish line. It’s really exciting. Here’s a little Monday edition of CRL to get you through the week! It’s going to be a somewhat quiet one on the blog with a few posts over the next few days. Wishing you a great one.
Here’s the best of the week…
–Jess (J) & Caylin (C)
Click. Read. Love. 12.26.22
Craig got me these snowboarding bibs for Christmas and I LOVE them. They are fitted, super warm, and made with recycled materials. I think they run a little small.
If you’re looking for a great holiday movie, definitely watch Klaus (Netflix). It’s not new, somehow I just missed it the first time around. The message is so lovely. -Caylin
Honor Jones on the only two choices she’s ever made. Definitely a must-read. (The Atlantic)
A short history of fake snow in holiday movies. (LAist)
Definitely required reading over break. Essential Labor: Mothering as Social Change.
Do not sleep on this newsletter. One of our favorite weekly reads.
If you’re looking for a good winter hiking boot, these are 25% off.
How to maintain friendships. (The Atlantic)
“Unless we act, 2023 will be the year that women leave the internet. Women already face enormous risks online. A Pew Research report of a US survey shows that one-third of young women report having been sexually harassed online.” (WIRED)
On the science behind humor—why do people find certain things funny? (Vox)
I think I might need this silicone muffin pan? (Real Simple) -Caylin
Rep. Jackie Speier endured a shooting, a miscarriage, harassment, and unfathomable loss—channeling it all into public service. Now, after nearly 15 years in Congress, she’s moving on. (Elle)
How to care for yourself when you’re a caregiver. (The Good Trade)
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