Click. Read. Love. 2.18.22

How To Wear A Tunic Sweater
By Jess
18 Feb 2022

I am not somewhere warm right now, but I really, really want to be. I’m hitting my peak winter blues, and after 3 years of not traveling I’m getting desperate. I’m actually taking my first flight in a few weeks for a very short work trip to Nashville, I’ve never been so I’m really excited and also pretty nervous. Before I had Marin, Craig and I traveled usually once a month. It’s absolutely wild to think about that now because it feels like a lifetime ago. I know that traveling with a toddler won’t be a vacation, but I also know that I need some warm weather and sun ASAP, and June is a long time to wait. That beach looks pretty appealing right about now.

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

Click. Read. Love. 2.18.22

I recently was gifted Rachel Cusk’s A Life’s Work: On Becoming a Mother and just started it. I can already tell it’s going to be a fantastic book, her writing is phenomenal. (Caylin)

My Follain skincare kit is an EXTRA 20% off this weekend! It’s such a good price for these products. Use code GLOW20 at checkout.

“Life is the sum of what we pay attention to.” If you listen to one podcast this week, let it be this episode on why it’s so difficult to pay attention, from Ezra Klein and author of the book Stolen Focus, Johann Hari. (Jess)

Why big chains thrived while small restaurants died. How the National Restaurant Association bent the government to the will of the corporate behemoths—and left workers in the dust.

This convo between Stevie Nicks and Tavi Gevinson—the intro is just insane.

A terrifying story about a teen on TikTok and the dangers of social media fame.

Love the fit, hem and wash on these Madewell jeans. Use code SPREETIME for 20% off orders $150+.

You have to read this piece of marriage (but really just long-term relationship) advice.

Vanity Fair’s Hollywood issue features some really interesting interviews with stars like Nicole Kidman, Andrew Garfield, and more.

Do you really need to put down a 20-percent down payment on a house?

This recipe for a gochujang-ranch crispy chicken bowl looks so flavorful and tasty! (Caylin)

A wonderful profile on Virgil Abloh. “Only at his memorial service did I realize the full extent of his talent and influence.”

Have you started watching Inventing Anna on Netflix? What do you think? There’s been some criticism, especially from one of Anna’s victims, Rachel Williams.

When 25 million people leave their jobs, it’s about more than just burnout.

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  1. Sarah wrote:

    I absolutely love Rachel Cusk’s writing and reading A Life’s Work felt like someone was reading my mind, except expressed so much more eloquently. I actually got very emotional while reading it. It’s now my go-to book recommendation for all new moms.

    2.20.22 | Reply
    • Caylin Harris wrote:

      Ooo I’m even more excited to keep reading now—let’s be honest, it takes me forever to read anything these days!

      2.24.22 | Reply