Click. Read. Love. 2.21.20

Click. Read. Love. 2.21.20

Whew, we made it to Friday. Short weeks always feel a little too full if you ask me. Caylin here, filling you in with the updates while Jess is on maternity leave. I’m looking forward to getting some home projects and serious relaxing done this weekend. I haven’t been feeling a hundred percent—hope you’re all taking time for yourselves 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)

Click. Read. Love. 2.21.20

This article on the nature of fame raised some really interesting points/terrifying realities.

Ugh, why is this TV show still allowed to continue?

Alison Roman’s caramelized shallot pasta recipe is an easy meal that’s light on ingredients—plus it tastes delicious. I made it this week and it was incredible.

Leanne Ford’s new line for Crate&Barrel is so dreamy it could convert anyone to minimalism.

Now this is a fashion-forward idea we can get behind.

Where to start when you’re setting your own career goals.

We’ve reached that part of winter where you totally want to flake on any and all of your commitments—here are the best excuses for doing that.

Hate corporate speak? Here’s the why behind allll the jargon.

The case for keeping things in a throwaway society.

I made this one-skillet chicken piccata this week and absolutely loved how flavorful the sauce was, plus it was quick and easy to make.

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3 Comments

  1. Kelsey wrote:

    Always love these link roundups! Just FYI, it seems like the second link sends you to wrong address.

    2.21.20 | Reply
  2. Lynn wrote:

    I want pasta so bad after I read this post Caylin xo

    2.24.20 | Reply
    • Caylin Harris wrote:

      Try the Alison Roman recipe! It’s so delicious and really easy. I would definitely add some grated parmesan to the top of it too.

      2.25.20 | Reply