Click. Read. Love. 2.24.23

By Jess & Caylin
24 Feb 2023
Click. Read. Love. 2.24.23

Happy Friday. We got a fresh dusting of snow this week which was mostly welcome. If it’s going to be winter there might as well be snow, and we haven’t had much of it this year. There’s nothing better than looking out the windows of the addition and seeing fresh white powdery snow. We’ve been hibernating until we can (hopefully) get out of town for a warm weather getaway for a few days. I can almost feel the warm sun on my face and sand on my toes. Wishing all of you a great weekend.

Here’s the best of the week…
Jess (J) & Caylin (C)

Click. Read. Love. 2.24.23

These ten pieces of advice are real winners. (NPR)

My favorite straw basket tote from Sézane is back in stock! -Jess

This is the proper way to load a dishwasher. (Martha Stewart)

If you’re looking for something to watch this weekend, the third season of Outer Banks is back. Check it out on Netflix! -Caylin

I think about homework way too often. Mostly I dread when Marin will have to do it. Apparently I’m not the only one who wonders what the point is. -Jess (Vox)

The campaign to sabotage Texas’ public schools has been a decade in the making. (Texas Monthly)

Merit beauty has new shades of their flush balm. I love the baby pink shade Stockholm and soft orange red, Persimmon.

An interesting story about YouTube star Emma Chamberlain and the impact of social media stardom on her mental health. (The New York Times)

I’m so excited to try this black pepper tofu and asparagus recipe. –Caylin (Bon Appetit)

I have been so impressed with my Dagne Dover backpack. It’s the perfect travel bag with tons of pockets for storage including a separate spot for your laptop. -Jess

The truth about passive income, it’s not as easy to earn as some make it seem. (The New York Times)

Rihanna is just such an icon. (British Vogue)

A vital part of the resistance in the war in Ukraine. (Esquire)

We debated over this metal and glass cabinet for months. It just arrived and it is the perfect addition to our kitchen. -Jess

The crisis in American girlhood. (The Washington Post)

“Grocery bills. Gas prices. Kid costs. Young women aren’t just “feeling the economic pinch”—they’re feeling the economic urge to punch a hole in the f*cking wall. Here, a deep dive into the roots of our economic rage and how to actually do something about it.” (Cosmopolitan)

Did anyone else feel like a couple they actually knew was getting divorced when you heard about this? (The Cut)

Advice on aging by decade—so smart! (The Good Trade)

What will the pandemic do to young people’s future? (Vox)

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1 Comment

  1. The great choice for 2/24/23. However, I missed it. 🙁

    2.27.23 | Reply

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