Click. Read. Love. 2.28.20

By Caylin Harris
28 Feb 2020

Is anyone else officially freaked out by the spring flowers popping up in their yards? It’s way too soon. Caylin here, Jess is on maternity leave. This weekend is a little work heavy for me, locals, if you have a ticket for the Moore House dinners I’ll see you there! I’ll be photo styling. Can’t wait to show you what we whip up.

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. 2.28.20

Required viewing for every woman…be a lady.

Hands down favorite new Follain product (use code JESSANNKIRBY15 for 15% off Follain purchase). My skin is so soft and smooth afterwards. I like to use it as an overnight mask on top of Honeymoon Glow.

You know when you finally find the perfect decor piece for a room and then all of a sudden the rest of the design decisions just click into place? This new bed frame did that for my master bedroom reno. (C)

This creamy sesame miso ramen with mushrooms from Half Baked Harvest only takes 30 minutes to make, yum!

Sezane’s Spring pre-collection is out and I got this checked blouse. The button down is great for easy access (pumping life) and it’s super soft, lightweight cotton. (J)

Stories like this are important because they help humanize the opioid crisis.

Suggestions for creating a mindful morning routine.

Craig and I are about a month in to eating a vegan diet. Definitely making these vegan sesame tofu fingers this weekend. (J)

I recently had to stop eating gluten for health reasons (RIP pizza and croissants) so I’m planning on trying this coconut flour pumpkin muffin recipe this weekend. If you have any good gf recipes or must-buy products, please help a girl out. (C)

If you haven’t read anything by Virginia Sole-Smith you absolutely should. Her latest for Health is all about how being good girls is hurting women in the long run.

Non-toxic brand Brooklyn Candle Studio has a great deal on their minimalist candles, get any 3 for $60.

Glossier’s new Skywash matte eyeshadow is so pretty.

Craig and I are loving our new dinnerware and Always Pan from Our Place (posted them on IG last night). Made with recycled materials, ethically manufactured and plastic free packaging they look great but the quality is also so good. Use code JESSK10 for $10 off. (J)

How to read more books.

This might seem like overkill but handwashing is so important right now.

Does anyone remember Gawker? This piece by one of its original staffers was heartbreaking.

Food52 can do no wrong in my book! Now they’re dipping their toes into the home space.

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  1. Colleda wrote:

    Check out the cookbook Cannelle eat Vanille for some amazing GF recipes.

    2.28.20 | Reply
    • Colleda wrote:

      *et (autocorrect strikes again…)

      2.28.20 | Reply
      • Caylin Harris wrote:

        Amazing, thank you so much for the recommendation! I SO appreciate any and all guidance. Thanks for reading! xx

        3.6.20 | Reply
  2. Lynn wrote:

    I love the dishes and broke down and bought the whole set! I’m excited to get them! I just saw you instagram video and caught it towards the end…… it you look so beautiful. I immediate heard you talk about Sephora abd I’m obsessed about the makeup you gave in especially that lip color you are just glowing Jess❤️

    2.28.20 | Reply
    • Caylin Harris wrote:

      Thanks for the kind words Lynn!

      3.6.20 | Reply
  3. Stephanie wrote:

    Caylin, I feel you on your new GF journey. It was a tough transition for sure! You can make a lot of your same things, just substitute. I think the Cup4Cup brand is the best flour with Bob’s Red Mill in second place. I buy the gluten free bread at Trader Joes as well as their rice crumbs for breading. I have a couple great local bakery options for gluten free but I will tell you right now you will never find another great baguette or croissant. Best of luck!

    2.29.20 | Reply
    • Caylin Harris wrote:

      Thank you so much for your recs Stephanie, I’m so thankful that there seems to be a lot of great options out these days. I will definitely give these a try. Thanks for the support and for reading! xx

      3.6.20 | Reply
  4. Jana wrote:

    Simple Mills makes excellent boxed mixes for muffins and cookies. I like the pumpkin muffin mix the best. Also, Pamelas make a great graham cracker and also lemon cookies that are yummy. Birch Bender for gluten free and paleo pancake/waffle mix.

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    • Caylin Harris wrote:

      ::Furiously takes notes:: I really appreciate your recs Jana! These all sound delicious. Thanks for reading. xx

      3.6.20 | Reply

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