Click. Read. Love. 12.29.20

Click. Read. Love. 12.29.20

Caylin and I decided to do something a little different and post a mid-week edition of CRL. We are both taking some much needed time off this holiday season so we are rounding up some of the things we’re loving right now. I’ve also rounded up the top links from CRL this year (the most read articles and most shopped links). I hope all of you are able to get some rest and restorative time, whatever that looks like for you. Sending you all so much love as we close out 2020 and look ahead to the New Year. I am beyond grateful for the community we have created here. You were all such a strong presence and bright light in the midst of an incredibly difficult year. I look forward to more connection, conversation and community in 2021.

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. 12.29.20

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Have you seen Bridgerton? It’s an English period piece on Netflix and it is SO good. Caylin and I both binge watched it in a few days. (J)

I watched Pixar’s Soul (Disney+) over the weekend and it was LOVELY—classic Pixar in that it has laughs for the kids but a lot of the humor and topics that are really for adults. (C)

Diana: In Her Own Words was eye opening, heartbreaking and also fascinating. I learned so much about her.

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Easy ways to enjoy a long winter.

If you’ve already watched season four of The Crown, enjoy this list of Prince Charles’ most punchable moments in season four.

Just in case, like us, you had no idea what the heck was going on with the Hilaria Baldwin controversy?!

The best food books of 2020 that will get you thinking, not cooking.

Are you a success addict?

How certain Republicans are manufacturing a legitimacy crisis.

The Pandemic year ahead. What does the second year of Covid-19 look like?

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If you love NPR as much as we do, check out their list of 40 most engaging and popular stories of 2020.

Master the art of the denial nap.

Winter is peak time for epic meals—here’s a list of Half Baked Harvest’s most popular recipes this year.

In need of a pick me up? Take a listen to this list of ten of the happiest songs ever.

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I finally decided on a pair of snow boots. I actually had a pair of these but they were too small so I sized up and bought a different color. The UGG Adirondack in Sand. Super warm, comfortable and great for all winter activities.

Equilibria (the CBD I take) is doing a 50% off sale for new subscribers until 12/31. You can read my whole blog post here. To get the discount use code jessannkirby50.

Last chance to get 20% off the Always Pan with code BYEBYE20.

I don’t shop fast fashion anymore but I made an exception for this $25 twill laundry bag from H&M and I love it. Great for toy storage too.

Top 5 Links from CRL in 2020

The implosion of start-up Outdoor Voices.

The most likely way to get infected with Covid-19 (fitting for 2020).

How the pandemic ends.

A cute and sweet relationship tip.

The new Norwegian concept replacing hygge in 2021.

Top 5 Products from CRL in 2020

This ring set from Le Papier Studio. I have the birthstone and silhouette ring (pictures here).

My wool/sisal living room rug.

The AGolde Dee shorts. I really wish it was warm enough for denim shorts, haha.

This striped L.L. Bean linen shirt.

The Patagonia mock neck sweater. So cozy and warm for winter I wear this all the time!

Honorable mention: the rhinestone headband.

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4 Comments

  1. Hollie wrote:

    I had FOMO and finally bought the headband. Clearly I’m having a fun NYE from my house or my “bunker” as I’m fondly calling it. Happy new year, Jess and Caylin!

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    • Caylin Harris wrote:

      Bet you looked amazing! And happy new year from our bunkers to yours. Thanks so much for being a part of this awesome community!

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  2. Lynn wrote:

    Bridgerton is sooo steamy and I loved the costuming and the story too! Binged all weekend after the recommendation . I needed that distraction badly since I had a death in my family, my children’s Father. Although we were divorced the grief and the good memories hit me so very hard. Much harder than I imagined. I had also formed a friendship with his sweet wife and did all I could to be supportive to her never telling her anything bad. I wish it was me all these years and I was happy but some loved are just not meant to ever be. Hope everyone had a much better year and stays safe and healthy. I have my magic headband and I’m open to anything to feel less anxious and sleep . Hugs Jess and my favorite Family xoxo

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    • Caylin Harris wrote:

      So sorry to hear of your loss Lynn! Wishing you a wonderful new year and so glad Bridgerton provided a fun distraction for you. xx

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